ICP Practicum Presentations, CHANGE OF VENUE

Important - Change of Venue

SCARP ICP Presentations


To our students, families and partners,


Due to unforeseen circumstances - the venue of this Friday's SCARP-Indigenous Community Planning concentration end of the year event has changed. 


Time - same as before - 8:30 am start.


New location for event -


First Nations House of Learning

1985 West Mall, Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z2, CA

University of British Columbia


Allow time for parking.  The Fraser River Parkade, entered by car from Memorial Road, is closest.


To purchase a day parking pass in advance (cheapest option) - go to:

https://ebus.parking.ubc.ca/ebusiness/cmn/auth_guest.aspx by computer

and register.




To reach the First Nations Longhouse from the city, head west on 4th Avenue, 16th Avenue, or 41st Street.


If you are coming along 4th Avenue, continue west through the city park lands and up the hill, through Pacific Spirit Park until you get to the university. You will come to the Rose Garden Parkade on your left, and MOA (the Museum of Anthropology) on your right. Turn into the campus at the blinking red light opposite the MOA entrance (West Mall; Gate 4). Continue to the second stop sign, and go downhill to the Fraser Parkade. The Longhouse is directly behind the parkade.


If you have come by 16th Avenue or 41st Street, you will reach Marine Drive (41st Street becomes Marine Drive; 16th Street ends at Marine Drive and you turn right. Continue around the tip of Point Grey until you reach the stop sign at University Boulevard (Gate 6). Turn right into the university and go to the stop sign at the next corner. Turn left on Lower Mall, and proceed until you see the Longhouse, and the Fraser Parkade just past it. Proceed around to the north side of the parkade to enter it. The Longhouse is directly behind the parkade.


Looking forward to seeing you there!


Please spread the word to others!




Dr. Wayne Beggs
Lecturer, Indigenous Community Planning Program
School of Community and Regional Planning Planning
University of British Columbia