ICP Program article appears in PLAN Canada magazine

 

 

 

 

 

CIP is pleased to share that the Indigenous Planning edition of 

Plan Canada is now available online. Members can log in to the CIP member website

 to access the digital edition.

 

L'ICU est heureux d'annoncer que l'édition de l'Urbanisme autochtone du magazine 

Plan Canada est maintenant offert en ligne. Les membres peuvent accéder au site Web des membres de l'ICU pour consulter l'édition numérique. 

 

 

Contents / Les articles traitent des sujets suivants : 

 

PRIVILEGING INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE Q&A

Participants of RAIC's Indigenous Task Force By Patrick Stewart, Luugigyoo (Nisga`a), 

PhD, Architect AIBC, MRAIC, LEED®AP and 

Eladia Smoke, KaaSheGaaBaaWeak (Anishinaabe), OAA, MRAIC, LEED®AP

(RE)IMAGINING OUR COMMUNITY: CHANGING THE PLANNER AND 

PLANNING WITH FIRST NATIONS YOUTH

By Shelagh McCartney D.Des. OAA, MRAIC, Elizabeth Atlookan, Louie Sugarhead, 

Jeffrey Herskovits, Kathryn Trnavsky

TREATY PRINCIPLES ARE PLANNING PRINCIPLES: LEARNING FROM THE EXPERIENCES OF MANITOBAN PLANNING PRACTITIONERS

By Madeleine Koch MCP, MCIP Candidate and Janice Barry PhD, MCIP Candidate

PLANNING IN PARTNERSHIP: THE WAGMATCOOK FIRST NATION  HOUSING PILOT PROJECT

By Alexis Miller MCP, Nathan Roth MPlan, and Frank Palermo FCIP LPP, FRAI

BEYOND CONSULTATION: LESSONS FROM JOINT STEWARDSHIP

By Sheri Longboat PhD

NEW CENTURY, NEW APPROACH  TO MARINE PLANNING IN B.C.

By Marine Plan Partnership for the North Pacific Coast (MaPP): John Bones BA, MSc, 

Charles Short BSc, MSc, and Steve Diggon BES, MSc

FROM REACTIVE TO PROACTIVE IN FIRST NATIONS PLANNING: 

A CASE STUDY OF THE METLAKATLA EXPERIENCE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA

By Katerina Kwon MCIP, Thomas Gunton MCIP, RPP, Murray Rutherford MCIP, RPP, 

and Taylor Zeeg MCIP, RPP

A ROADMAP TO INDEPENDENCE: THE K'ÓMOKS FIRST NATION'S PROACTIVE 

APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE LAND MANAGEMENT

By Alanna Mitchell, Pamela Shaw PhD, MCIP, RPP, FRCGS, and Devon Miller, MSc, LEED AP ND

WAYS OF KNOWING: ENGAGING IN PARTNERSHIP FOR INDIGENOUS PLANNING EDUCATION

By Leonie Sandercock PhD, Leona M. Sparrow BA, MA, LLB and  Jeff Cook MCIP, RPP

QUEBEC INDIGENOUS  COMMUNITIES AND URBAN PLANNING: A WORLD APART?

By Denise Piché MPs, MUrb, PhD

COLLABORATING TO PRESERVE INDIGENOUS HERITAGE IN LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA

By Perry Stein MA, BA, Scotty Many Guns, Andrew Malcolm RPP MCIP, BA, Neil Mirau, and Chelsea King

BRINGING DECISION-MAKING CLOSER TO HOME: A HEALTH AND WELLNESS PLANNING ECOSYSTEM  

By Leanne Martinson, Connie Jasper and Trish Osterber

 

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