Call for Planning Law Session Potential Topics at 2022 Conference
Brownlee LLP has committed to presenting a session at the 2022 APPI Conference in Canmore in the realm of planning law. One possible topic is Section 683.1 Development Applications of the Municipal Government Act (MGA), as there is some indication that this section is not always being properly implemented.
APPI is soliciting its members for other sections of the MGA that they may be struggling to implement or interpret, as well as other topic suggestions in planning law that Brownlee LLP could explore in support of your professional practice. For more information or to share your suggestions email [email protected].
Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI)
Report to OPPI Council with Final Recommendations of the Anti-Black Racism in Planning (ABRP) Task Force
September 24, 2021 Prepared for the OPPI by: Dr. Leela Viswanathan, PhD, RPP, FCIP,Viswali Consulting
This report to the Ontario Professional Planners Institute Council consists of 14 recommendations of the Anti-Black Racism in Planning Task Force. Click here for the report. For more information please contact:
Susan Wiggins, CAE, Hon IDC, Executive Director
Ontario Professional Planners Institute | ontarioplanners.ca
Aquality Environmental Consulting Ltd - Alberta Wetlands: From Classification to Policy Course
The course material includes wetland classification, the ecosystem roles and functions of wetlands and riparian areas, wetland hydrology, an examination of peatlands, as well as federal, provincial, and municipal policies affecting wetlands in Alberta, particularly the Alberta Wetland Policy (2013). Wetland avoidance, mitigation, compensation/replacement guidelines, and economic valuation of wetlands will also be addressed.
This 2-day course will be taking place online via Zoom on Tuesday, April 12th and Wednesday, April 13th, 2022. The course will run from 9:00 am – 4:30 pm for both days.
This comprehensive course is designed to help consultants, industry professionals, resource managers, not-for-profit organizations, and government regulators understand the theoretical component used in wetland assessments. If you or any of your colleagues are interested in registering, you can visit our website at http://www.wetlandpolicy.ca/alberta-wetlands-from-classification-to-policy to register and obtain further information."
Call for Submissions
Deadline: 3:30 PM June 20
Each year the Alberta Professional Planners Institute recognizes exemplary planning within the planning profession. Awards acknowledge meritorious plans and projects, undertaken in whole or in part by members of the Institute, that significantly contribute to the livability of communities in Alberta, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Plans and projects specific to rural and indigenous planning are encouraged.
Applicants are applying for an award recognizing exemplary planning.
• Comprehensive and Policy Plan
• Design Plan
• Special Study
Refer to the Submission Criteria and Application Form.
Legacy Fund Award
Deadline: 3:00 PM May 13
APPI is offering a monetary award to provide financial assistance to APPI Regulated members interested in attending and presenting planning-based information at a national or international conference, or for those engaged in research of emerging practices and innovation in the advancement of excellence in planning.
Click here for the Application Form with the submission details and evaluation criteria.
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