Plan Canada - Vol 58 No 3 (2018)

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    Professional ethics, lobbying and post-employment conduct
    (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09) Buholzer, Bill; Steil, John
    In light of the BC government’s announced plans to restrict lobbying by ex-MLAs and very senior staff for a period after they leave office, some west coast Fellows have recently been musing about the parts of the PIBC Code of Ethics that potentially touch on post-employment conduct.
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    Another perspective on Airbnb
    (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09) Tasi, Mary
    A response to the article "Airbnb and the struggle for the city" by Brian Doucet, which appeared in the Summer 2018 issue of Plan Canada.
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    Legal implications of climate change: Opportunities and risks for the professional planner
    (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2008-09) Kyriazis, Joanna; Callihoo, Christine
    The frequency of extreme weather events is putting more people and infrastructure in harm’s way. In both proactive and reactive ways, the law is evolving to better direct the incorporation of climate change into infrastructure decision-making and to hold certain parties to account for failing to better prepare for the risks. Legislation, policies, and plans that direct the consideration of climate change are emerging. Professional planners should consider how these developments impact their work and take steps to ensure that planning and management of resources and infrastructure are carried out in a way that minimizes and prepares for climate change impacts.
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    Public toilets, accessibility, and human rights: A Winnipeg pop-up campaign
    (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09) Bridgman, Rae St. Clair; Bridgman, Wins
    To heighten public awareness about the need for accessible public washrooms, a unique campaign was mounted that included a public art project pop-up public toilets, and a linked social incubator for at-risk youth. Framed by a community-based model of consultation, key partnerships, and innovative design clarified long-term infrastructure investment requirements.
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    The power of engagement: Planning during an annexation
    (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09) Yu, Stephen; Eidick, Ryan
    Preparing a new Area Structure Plan is a no easy feat, especially when the plan area becomes part of an annexation request that leaves much uncertainty for all parties involved. Elan is a case study of an ASP stuck between the annexation requests of the Town of Beaumont, and the City of Edmonton, and entering unchartered waters of the Edmonton Metropolitan Region Board’s (formerly the Capital Region Board) new Growth Plan. While annexations are exciting times for growing municipalities, they can provide challenges on the planning process. However, through the use of engagement, these challenges can be resolved and the Elan ASP offers insight on how to do just that.