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    • Formation of an ethnic enclave: Process and motivations 

      Kumar, Sandeep; Leung, Bonica (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2005)
      This article uses a case study of a street in Toronto populated predominantly by Chinese to explore why and how ethnic enclaves form. Interviews and detailed observations reveal that residents chose to move to the area ...
    • A framework for measuring Olympic sustainability 

      MacKenzie, Julia (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2005)
      The Vancouver Olympic Organizing Committee has promised that they will host the "Sustainable Olympics" when they host the Winter Olympic Games in 2010. Although few would argue that sustainability is unimportant, the idea ...
    • Great Canadian transit abroad: A personal perspective 

      von Fuchs, Richard (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2005)
      Europeans have an enviable public transport system, one worth emulating. Surprisingly, Europe's largest tram cars are produced by Bombardier, the Canadian transport giant. What can we learn from a comparison of two systems ...
    • Legacy of grandeur: The 1976 Olympic games 

      Wolfe, Jeanne M. (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2005)
      The Olympics resulted in both joy and anguish for the City of Montréal. Joy in the form of improved sporting facilities in some neighbourhoods; anguish in debt and the ongoing saga of the material and financial failures ...
    • Olympic balance: What Vancouver-Whistler can learn from Beijing 

      Luchuk, David; Qing, Xu; Xioajing, Wu (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2005)
      Preparing for 2010, officials in Vancouver-Whistler will seek to balance the demands of a colossal sporting event with priorities expressed in their own urban plans. All Olympic hosts share the same dilemma: planning the ...
    • Plan Canada - Volume 45, Number 2 (Summer 2005) 

      Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2005-06)
      Mega-events planning|Urbanisme et méga-événements
    • Rethinking the public interest as a planning concept 

      Grant, Jill (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2005)
      Planners traditionally turn to the public interest as a way of legitimating their advice and activities. ls that appropriate? Some authors say the concept is an illusory ideal. Some suggest that the public interest has ...
    • Taking the measure of the Games: Lessons from the field 

      Heying, Charles; Burbank, Matthew J.; Andranovich, Greg (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2005)
      Bidding to host the Olympic games has become a strategy for urban development The rationale for engaging in this process is often presented on financial and image-building grounds. In this article, the authors assess the ...
    • Taking the pulse of planning: Student-practitioner collaboration at the University of Manitoba 

      Wight, Ian (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2005)
      This article provides a brief overview of a successful component of the Professional Practice course requirement of the University of Manitoba's City Planning Program. The component is designed to encourage case study ...
    • Urban planning and ethnic diversity: Toronto and Tel Aviv 

      Yiftachel, Oren; Aharonovitz, Itzhak (Kiki) (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2005)
      Israel and Canada are multiethnic societies that employ assimilationist and multiculturalist approaches respectively to the management of ethnic diversity. This article briefly compares the two approaches and how they are ...