APPI Edmonton Social and Event - Southpark on Whyte
Friday, September 29, 2017
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Location: Malt & Mortar, 10416 82 Avenue, Edmonton
Tour: Leaves at 6:20 PM
Free and pre-registration is not required.
APPI Social - APPI Council is pleased to host this networking opportunity as a chance for Council and planning professionals in the area to meet each other in a casual atmosphere and share experiences. The reception is free of charge and will include light appetizers and a cash bar.
Southpark on Whyte Tour - Whyte Avenue is a landmark main street south of downtown with historic elements and character, but it lacks people living along the corridor. We will meet with planners from Stantec and The City of Edmonton who worked together towards City Council's recent approval of a redevelopment plan that advances infill innovation in the city.
APPI Calgary Event - The City of Calgary Indigenous Policy Framework and Indigenous Policy
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Registration: 11:30 AM Lunch and Presentation: 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Location: Imperial Ballroom, The Winston Golf Club Calgary, 2502 6 Street NE, Calgary.
Click here to register and pay online by 4:00 PM Friday, September 22. Refunds will not be issued, however registrations may be transferred. This event qualifies for 1.0 structured learning unit.
Cost: $35 for APPI members, $40 for non members and $25 for students. GST is included.
2021 Census of Population Content Consultation
Statistics Canada is conducting a public consultation on the 2021 Census of Population from September to December 2017. We encourage you to participate in this online consultation and to forward information about the consultation to other census data users.
For information and to take part in the consultation click here
for the 2021 Census of Population Content Consultation website. Your feedback is valuable. Please submit your completed questionnaire by December 8, 2017.
Are you interested in knowing whether second homes/rental homes are an issue of concern for municipal planning and decision-making, and how your colleagues in the profession deal with it?
This online survey is a part of a research project conducted by Farzana Karim, a Masters student in the School for Resource and Environmental Studies at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. If you are currently working for a municipality and are willing to participate in this project, please click on this link to begin the survey: https://surveys.dal.ca/opinio/s?s=Secondhomes
Cities and Climate Change Science Conference
Fostering new scientific knowledge for cities based on science, practice and policy.
March 5 - 7, 2018 in Edmonton, Alberta
Hosted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Alberta Professional Planners Institute
PO Box 3099
Sherwood Park, AB T8H 2T1
Toll Free: 888.286.8716
email: [email protected]