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Prairie Region Adaptation and Resilience Training for Planners - Request for Expression of Interest from Local Prairie Region Partner Consultants
Details including information about how to respond to this expression of interest are available here. The deadline for submissions is December 14, 2021.
PLAN North West Call for Submissions
Be a part of the conversation with your planning colleagues and submit an article to Plan North West.
APPI, MPPI and SPPI members and non-members may submit articles for consideration in upcoming issues of our planning publication. You may also propose an idea or abstract for consideration by the Editorial Board prior to submitting a completed piece. Submissions can explore a range of topics and formats, including book reviews, travel experiences, lessons learned, planning history, presentation summaries, research results, and more.
If you have any questions about PLAN North West or would like to discuss your idea about a potential article, please feel free to contact [email protected]. See current and past issues of PLAN North West PLAN North West | Alberta Professional Planners Institute (albertaplanners.com)
Requests for Participation
Survey Participation Request:
Sarah Manteuffel, B. Env.D., Graduate Student, Department of City Planning, Faculty of Architecture,
In this study, planning professionals across Canada are invited to take part in an online survey that aims to better understand how Canadian planners use and interpret their guiding codes of professional conduct, and how these codes can help improve their planning practice.
Details as well as consent provisions are provided at the start of the survey. Click here for the information.
Interview Participation Request:
Guillaume Lessard, Ph.D., Postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Waterloo [email protected]
The research examines the role of accessory dwelling units (ADUs) in affordable housing and in urban consolidation strategies. By participating in this research, you would be contributing to a better understanding of problems and solutions in affordable housing and in urban sustainability. At this point, I am particularly interested in planners who looked at this issue from a national and/or provincial perspective. Click here for the Letter with information.
Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) Deadline Reminder
All regulated APPI members (Registered Professional Planners, including RPP Non-Practicing, and Candidate members) are required to report a minimum of 18 Learning Units (LU's) for 2021, on or before December 31, 2021. https://www.albertaplanners.com/professional-development/continuous-professional-learning
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