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Volunteers required for consideration as APPI nominees to the Calgary Planning Commission (CPC) and Calgary Urban Design Review Panel
APPI has been invited to put forward non-binding nominations for potential appointment to the Calgary Planning Commission and the Calgary Urban Design Review Panel. If you are a Registered Professional Planner (RPP) and interested in being considered as one of APPI’s non-binding nominations to serve in one of these capacities, please send an email to the APPI office confirming your interest and attach both a cover letter and a personal resume of no more than two single-sided pages by 3:00 PM on Thursday, August 29, 2019. Click here for the Calgary Planning Commission bylaw and here for the Calgary Urban Design Review Panel terms of reference.
APPI thanks all interested members for their willingness to represent their professional institute, and Calgary City Council has expressed a desire to receive multiple nominations for these positions. The final selection of appointees will be made by Calgary City Council.
Professional Designations and the Use of RPP
APPI’s RPP members have rights and responsibilities defined in both the Alberta Professional Planner Regulation and APPI’s bylaws.
With the goal of aiming for a consistent approach across Canada, the various Provincial, Territorial Institutes and Associations (PTIA’s), including APPI, have committed to encouraging RPP members to members to adopt the practice of listing the ‘RPP' designation immediately following their name, followed by ‘MCIP’- RPP, MCIP- where applicable and when also denoting the national affiliation with CIP. Click here for further information.
CELEBRATE STRENGTH! Program Highlights
If you’ve never been to #FortMac, #Conf2019 has two learning tours for attendees to get out and explore the municipality! Come join Nabil Malik and Theresa Buller of RMWB and learn about #FortMac’s unique arts and culture scene. BONUS TREAT: This tour includes a live performance! #appi #planning
Did you know that the Town of Grouard was almost Alberta’s capital? Where is Grouard? Oh just around the way from Faust and Joussard. Never heard of these hidden gems before? Well the #Conf2019 session by Kaylyn Stark and Stephen Yu will tell you about some of Alberta’s oldest communities that are full of rich history! #appi #planning
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