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Reminder to Register for the APPI 2016 Conference 'Meeting Change'
Join us at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge October 2 - 4, 2016!
Refer to the conference web site for information regarding the schedule, session descriptions, sponsor information, accommodation and more! Click here to register and pay online.
Volunteer To Be a Part of Building Resilience 2017!
CIP and the Alberta Professional Planners Institute are preparing to host the national conference, Building Resilience 2017 in Calgary from June 17 to 21, 2017.
The Conference Committee invites members from across Canada to volunteer to be a part of the planning for this event. Volunteers will play an instrumental role in determining the conference program and activities. If you are interested in participating, please email your resume to [email protected] by September 30, 2016. You are also invited to click here for more information about CIP's volunteer opportunities.
New Candidate Application and Certification PSB Information Session!
Saturday, September 17, 2016
Do you have questions regarding the process to becoming certified via the Professional Standards Board? Not a member? This session will cover the application process and responsibilities of becoming an APPI regulated member. This session is free, however pre-registration is required and qualifies for 2.0 structured learning units. Click here to register.
APPI Edmonton Event - 'How Big Data, Visualization and Scenario Forecasting Has Been Informing Edmonton Planning'
Tuesday September 13, 2016
New Prices for 2016 -2017!
The design of any city is the concrete expression of our cumulative impact on the landscape. As growing organisms, municipalities evolve their relative social, economic and environmental health. How can planners use big data, modelling and forecasting to assess the future consequence of planning decisions? This presentation will build off of work done with the Edmonton Metro Panel where the future implications of planning decisions are forecast into the future. The presentation will display video models of the changing metropolitan landscape of Edmonton from 1910 forward to 2060.
Presented by Mr. Thom Stubbs and Dr. Brad Stelfox
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