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    • Financing community amenities through land and resource development in the Sea-to-Sky Corridor 

      Olmstead, Steven (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      The approach by two local governments in British Columbia's Sea-to-Sky Corridor to the provision of community amenities in conjunction with urban land and natural resource developments is described in this article. The ...
    • Heritage preservation and the Lachine Canal revitalization project 

      London, Mark (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      Between 1997 and 2002, the City of Montreal and the Government of Canada invested $100 million to reopen the Lachine Canal to recreational boating and to catalyze the revitalization of the adjacent working-class neighbourhoods, ...
    • The Historic Places Initiative: A national framework to conserve Canada's built heritage 

      Frood, Peter (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      This article describes and explains the Historic Places Initiative, a partnership between federal and provincial governments to recognize Canada's historic buildings and sites, set standards for their conservation and ...
    • Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, world heritage site - would we do it again? 

      Getson, Heather-Anne Risser (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      A simple question: Would residents of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia choose to seek or accept UNESCO World Heritage status, if they had to do it again? There are no simple answers. The designation of Lunenburg Old Town, with its ...
    • Municipal tax incentives in Victoria, British Columbia - a case study 

      Barber, Steve (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      Tax incentive programs to stimulate the rehabilitation of historic buildings have been used successfully in the United States for years. Similar programs in Canada are beginning to demonstrate the same benefits in ...
    • A national heritage trust for Canada: Implications for planning 

      Franklin, Douglas (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      In recent years, the concept of a national heritage trust for Canada has been raised and discussed by government, the voluntary heritage movement and conservation professionals. Based on the precedent established by the ...
    • Plan Canada - Volume 43, Number 2 (Summer 2003) 

      Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003-06)
      Heritage planning|Urbanise patrimonial
    • Rossdale Power Plant: A provincial historic resource 

      Pearson, Larry (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      EPCOR's proposal to construct a new gas turbine unit at its Rossdale Power Plant in Edmonton's river valley was the subject of extensive public hearings and debate. A critical issue was EPCOR's proposal to demolish the ...
    • Selling places: Heritage tourism and marketing your town 

      Tunbridge, John (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      Heritage tourism is no longer a simple way to sell your town. This article discusses problems of saturation by a standardizing product, with the consequent need to identify a distinctive angle. The dissonant reality and ...
    • Why bother with heritage anyway? 

      Denhez, Marc (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      "Heritage" is not about freezing a handful of buildings, but about a particular kind of development with wider repercussions. Heritage initiatives began not only (or primarily) to idolize a few elite properties, but to ...