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April 8, 2022  

Volunteers Needed – PSB PLAR Assessors

Are you looking for a way to give back to the planning profession?

The Professional Standards Board for the Planning Profession in Canada is looking to recruit new Prior Learning Assessment Recognition (PLAR) volunteers to help evaluat e PLAR applications for their eligibility to enter the PSB’s certification process.
PLAR assessors must be a full (certified) member of a Provincial /Territorial Institute or Association (PTIA) and an RPP or LPP in good standing for at least 7 years.  A PSB PLAR orientation is attached for reference. PLAR assessors receive an honorarium for their time.

If you are interested in becoming a PLAR assessor, please contact Larissa Johnston, PSB Executive Director, at [email protected] and include a copy of your CV/resume. 

Register Now!

APPI In Person Event with NACITE - Edmonton's City Plan - Getting from Policy and Analysis to Action

Tuesday, April 12  11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Registration: 11:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Hot Lunch Buffet
Presentation: 12:00 to 1:00 PM
Papachase Room 2nd Floor, Faculty Club, University of Alberta
11435 Saskatchewan Drive, Edmonton
Register and pay online here.

Understanding that the future is uncertain, different tools can help us to understand what those choices might look like in terms of the benefits and drawbacks associated with various land use and 
transportation permutations. Pablo Orozco and Howaida Hassan will discuss this development process of The City Plan and some of the corresponding implementation initiatives and programs underway to ensure the benefits for Edmontontians described in The City 
Plan begin to become reality. This event qualifies for 1.0 structured learning unit.

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].

Call for Submissions

Planning Awards

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.

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.

Student Awards

Deadline: 3:00 PM May 13

APPI annually recognizes and awards the achievement of students enrolled in post-secondary institutions with an interest in planning as a profession. Student awards are evaluated based on the entirety of the application and overall merit. Click here for information and application forms.

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Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Alberta Professional Planners Institute (APPI) and Volunteer Recognition Celebration

To be held via a GoTo webinar 12:00 - 1:00 PM on Thursday, April 28, 2022. Please note that the meeting will be recorded. There is no cost to participate, however pre-registration is required.

APPI 2022 Conference Meet Again: One Event-Two Experiences Call for Proposals

October 23 -25 Canmore
One Event - Two Experiences

 

 

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Aquality Environmental Consulting Ltd
Alberta Wetlands: From Classification to Policy Course

April 12 - 13, 9:00 to 4:30 PM

http://www.wetlandpolicy.ca/alberta-wetlands-from-classification-to-policy to register and obtain further information."

APPI Webinar- Think it won't happen to you? Think Again! Lessons from the Discipline Committee

April 21  12:00-1:00 PM
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APPI Webinar - "If I Had Only Known, The Trouble I've Seen!!"
Thursday, May 5  12:00 - 1:00 PM
Click here to register.

APPI Virtual Coffee Breaks
Wednesday, April 20, May 18, June 15 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM  click here to register.

 
Employment Opportunities

Development Officer
M D of Bighorn
Exshaw, Alberta

Planning and Development Technician
Wheatland County

Executive Director
Alberta TrailNet Society
Edmonton, Alberta

Planning Associate
Situate Inc
Edmonton, Alberta

Project Lead, National Urban Park Initiative
Planner II
City of Edmonton

Planner
Parkland Community Planning Services
Red Deer, Alberta

Senior Planner
V3 Companies of Canada
Sherwood Park, Alberta

Urban and Rural Planner
V3 Companies of Canada
Sherwood Park, Alberta

Planner
McElhanney
Canmore, Alberta

Development Planner II
Parkland County

Planner
Scheffer Andrew Ltd
Edmonton, Alberta

 

 

Alberta Professional Planners Institute

PO Box 3099
Sherwood Park, AB T8H 2T1
Canada

Phone: 780.435.8716
 

email: [email protected]

www.albertaplanners.com

 

 
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