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APPI Webinar - The Housing Supply Challenge
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Thursday, October 29, 2020
This webinar is free however, pre-registration is required.
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CMHC has just launched the Housing Supply Challenge! With $300M of funding up for grabs, this initiative invites citizens, stakeholders, and experts from across Canada to propose innovative solutions to the barriers that limit the creation of new housing. Through the launch of a number of unique rounds, the Challenge aims to address obstacles to housing supply and affordability, enhance community engagement, cultivate collaboration and partnerships, and inspire others to scale or adapt ideas for “Canada-wide impact”. Attend this session to find out how you can participate and take advantage of this exciting initiative. For more details on the Challenge, visit cmhc.ca/housingsupplychallenge
Sandy Fusaro believes access to affordable, adequate, and suitable housing is foundational to creating more resilient communities and a more equitable world. Sarah is the senior specialist (program oversight) for the forthcoming Housing Supply Challenge in the Policy and Innovation sector at the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Sarah is a chartered member of the Royal Town Planning Institute in the UK, and an MCIP RPP in the province of Ontario.
University of Calgary Doctor of Design Information Session
This session is for any practicing design professional interested in a doctoral degree to build recognized expertise in a specific topic area
Help Promote the Profession on the PSB's Communications Sub-Committee!
The Professional Standards Board for the Planning Profession in Canada is looking for certified members in good standing with CIP and/or a Provincial/Territorial Institute or Association (PTIA), with an interest in marketing and passion for the planning profession to join its Communications Sub-Committee, to support its mandate of developing a Communications Strategy to promote the certification and accreditation processes.
For more information, kindly review the Terms of Reference for the Sub-Committee. Any interested volunteers are encouraged to contact [email protected] with their CV and a statement of interest in the position.
We intend to launch the work of this Sub-Committee in November, with recruitment happening in the next 3-4 weeks. I'd be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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