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APPI Member Survey
Thank you to those members who completed the survey facilitated by Framework Partners Inc. Your participation ensures an engaged strategic planning process to review the organization’s current strategic initiatives, analyze the operating environment and establish principles and priorities for the next three years.
APPI Edmonton Event - Emerging Technologies and Planning: What's Next?
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Room 03-310, Edmonton Tower Meeting Centre, 10111 104 Avenue, Edmonton
Technology is an accepted part of our everyday life. Emerging technologies continue to evolve, not only changing our daily lives, but changing our expectations of how companies and governments work. No longer are artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles science fiction fodder - now they are tools that will define our future communities. These shifting expectations and technologies impact city planning and community building.
Join Lana Phillips, RPP, the Initiative Lead for the Urban Form Business Transformation Initiative with the City of Edmonton, to explore and discuss how emerging technologies impact the business of city building as well as the role of planners.
Click here to register and pay online.
A light meal will be provided. This event qualifies for 1.0 structured learning unit. This will be a workshop and live streaming will not be available.
Watershed Planning with the City of Calgary extends an invitation to APPI members, to an event we are co-sponsoring (free) with the Calgary Metropolitan Region Board
Monday May 13, 2019 at Fort Calgary from 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Chicago's Regional Water Management | Climate Change in the Calgary Region
Please join the CMRB and The City of Calgary as we welcome Mr. Josh Ellis, Vice-President of the Metropolitan Planning Council as he shares Chicago’s regional water management approach and Dr. David Sauchyn, Director of the Prairie Adaptation Research Collaborative (PARC) at the University of Regina who will discuss his research on climate variability and adaptation in Southern Alberta.
Free event and parking. Event Brite registration is required. Click link to register for the event. This event qualifies for 1.5 self reported structured unit.
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