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May 7, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Planning for Affordable Housing: Insights and Solutions for Your Community
See what communities are doing in planning for affordable housing including the potential for partnerships under the National Housing Strategy. The presentation will provide an overview of National Housing Strategy programs available to non-profit housing providers, municipalities, First Nations and the private sector and will highlight Federal government initiatives and housing research as well as successful affordable housing projects from across the country. Presented by Dianne Himbeault RPP, MCIP from the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). This webinar qualifies for 1.0 structured learning unit.
May 14, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Media Relations
Speaking to media can be a scary thing but if done right can be a great resource to share your organization’s story.
This webinar qualifies for 1.0 structured learning unit.
May 20, 12:00 - 1:00 PM Linking Land Use Planning and Parks Practices (or Why Only the "Loons" Show Up)
This webinar will explore the connection between land use planning and recreation and leisure service delivery in the 1960-2010 period in Edmonton, using Blue Quill and Greenview neighbourhoods as case study sites. It will provide the webinar participant a lens from the perspective of a planner embedded in an operational parks service function/department, bridging space creation in land use change processes, to place creation in an operational parks service delivery processes (i.e., funding, animation/programming, maintenance). The two are inextricably linked, influence each other, and have evolved over time. That evolution underlays park creation and disposition controversies in the press and in the literature. Presented by Dr.
Robert Priebe, RPP. This webinar qualifies for 1.0 structured learning unit.
2020 APPI Awards Call for Submissions
Deadlines Extended to May 14, 2020
APPI Student Scholarships and Awards 2020 Call for Submissions
The APPI Student Education Scholarship is intended to provide monetary assistance to students for tuition, research, books or other academic expenses while the APPI Student Conference Award is intended to assist students financially in their attendance and participation at the APPI Annual Conference, CPAA Annual Conference, CIP Annual Conference or other planning related conferences.
2020 Planning Awards Call for Submissions
APPI administration are working remotely to maintain services and support our members. Thank you to all planners for your hard work leading and implementing strategies to manage the COVID-19 crisis. We also send best wishes and success to planning students resuming their courses online.
For full up-to-date direct information from public health officials regarding the COVID-19 Coronavirus situation here are helpful resource links:
Think about reaching out to friends, family, and people in the community to provide or ask for support.
Stay well, stay safe, and stay in touch.
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