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May 1, 2023  

APPI May Events

APPI TourFurthering Truth and Reconciliation in Public Space and Mobility Planning – a Crescent Road Master Plan Case Study

May 11, 12:00 - 1:30 PM

Location: Cresent Road, Calgary. Plan to meet in the community of Crescent Heights, exact meeting location and walking tour map to be shared closer to the event with registrants.

Crescent Road is a popular street in Calgary for many reasons. It offers spectacular views of downtown, the Bow River, and the mountains. It has walking paths, trails along the bluff space, and an adaptive bike lane. Crescent Road connects the communities of Rosedale and Crescent Heights to thoroughfares like Centre Street and 10 Street N.W. Crescent Road has become a gathering point for residents and visitors, its popularity created both issues and opportunities.

Join members of the project team for a walking tour of Crescent Road who will describe how the project team drew on the knowledge of the Siksika, Kainai, Piikani, Stoney Nakoda and Tsuut’ina Elders to strengthen the project outcomes. The project team will share the lessons learned about using transportation projects to further the Truth and Reconciliation process.

This event qualifies for 1.5 structured CPL units.

Stewart Breaker Aposoyiis (Weasel Tail)
Mariam Bello, P.Eng.
Charlene Wilcock, RPP, MCIP
Troy Gonzalez, RPP, MCIP

For the presenters full bios and register please click here: 

(APPI Walking Tour) Furthering Truth and Reconciliation in Public Space and Mobility Planning – a Crescent Road Master Plan Case Study (

Cost: $10 APPI Members, $15 Non member, Complimentary for students

APPI Panel- New Planning Leaders on the Block

May 19, 11:30 AM – Arrive and eat: 12:00 – 1:00 PM Panel Discussion

University Club, 11435 Saskatchewan Dr NW, Edmonton

Re-imagine. Plan. Build. This is the vision set forth for the Edmonton Metropolitan Region. But what does this mean and look like for some of regional municipalities? How is growth being managed in a rural context vs urban context? What innovative ideas might be hiding in plain sight in our backyards?

Join Lisa Drury, chair of the APPI Edmonton Events Committee, as she dishes with Teaka Broughm (City of Leduc), Natasha De Sandi (Parkland County), and Lyndsay Francis (City of Fort Saskatchewan) on what makes their communities great, the exciting projects brewing, and learn more about the municipalities around the region!

Teaka Broughm, RPP, MCIP (she/her), Director, Planning and Economic Development, City of Leduc
Natasha De Sandi, MPlan (she/her), Senior Long Range Planner, Parkland County
Lyndsay Francis, RPP, MCIP (They/She), Senior Planner, City of Fort Saskatchewan

APPI members: $33.33, Non members: $42.86, Students: $23.81 plus gst
Registration includes soup and sandwhich buffet.

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This event qualifies for 1.0 CPL units

APPI Virtual Coffee Breaks

The Institute has resumed hosting virtual coffee breaks once a month over the noon hour. Click on each date to register.
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