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May 23, 2017  

Plan North West Call for Submissions

Plan North West invites interested authors to submit journal articles for consideration in an upcoming Special Issue on alternative modes of transportation.  Articles can be academic or general interest, a case study, involve research or a plan.  Topics could include walking, bicycling, bus, rail transit, car pooling or sharing, or electric vehicles. Additionally, Plan North West is continuing to seek general articles for its next issue.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss your idea about a potential article, please contact [email protected] and one of our editorial committee members will contact you promptly to discuss it.

2017 Vibrant Communities Speaker Series Presents "The City of Today and the Vehicle of Tomorrow"

SOLD OUT! However a waiting list has been established.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
At the Yellowhead Brewery, 10229 105 Street, Edmonton.

For the last two years the City of Edmonton has been 
intentionally studying automated vehicle technology and has been at the centre of the local, provincial and federal dialogue around responsibly advancing this technology. In fall 2015, the City commissioned a study on the potential transportation and land use impacts of automated vehicles in Edmonton. This presentation will cover the highlights and lessons learned from the study, and the City's approach to preparing and planning for this disruptive technology moving forward. Our guest speaker is Erin Toop from the City of Edmonton. Erin is a Senior Engineer in the Policy Development group at the City of Edmonton where she leads the policy and planning work on automated vehicles and new mobility.
‚ÄčThis event qualifies for 1.50 structured learning units.

This event is free, however click here to pre-register.

 

 

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Continuous Professional Learning - Mid Year Reminder to Report!

You may log into the CIP web site to access your current reporting activity at any time. APPI will not be mailing hard copy report cards or letter reminders.

To remain a member in good standing as an APPI Regulated Member (i.e, Registered Professional Planner (RPP) or Candidate Member), the minimum 18 LU's for 2017 must be completed and reported on or before December 31, 2017 via the CIP website http://www.cip-icu.ca

Click here for the CPL Guide, questions & answers, tutorial, links to learning resources and other information.

Save the date

"Citizen Jane: Battle for the City" a film by Matt Tyrnauer.

June 18, 2017, 7:00 PM at the Globe Cinema, 617 8 Street, SW in Calgary.

Admission by donation to CIP's Planning Student Trust Fund.

BUILDING RESILIENCE 2017

Join us in Calgary June 17-20, 2017!

Click here to register and to access the full conference program agenda.

 

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