Plan Canada - Vol 42 No 2 (2002)

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    Plan Canada - Volume 42, Number 2 (April-May-June 2002)
    (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    Ethics and values|Éthique et valeurs morales
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    Contents
    (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    Table of contents for Plan Canada - Volume 42, Number 2 (April, May, June 2002).
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    It's the right thing to do - or is it?: Contemporary issues in planning ethics
    (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002) Hendler, Sue
    Sue Hendler defines planning ethics and goes on to summarize both the past and the possible futures of the field. Using a typology of five aspects of planning ethics, she outlines issues which she believes will help shape the field over the next several years.
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    The dilemma of big-picture planning: A question of ethics
    (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002) Dorfman, Mark L.
    For the past twenty years, Canadian planners have been faced with the dilemma of planning for communit ies in the context of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Planners now realize that bigpicture planning is vital if they are to use their tools to sustain economic prosperity and the benefits of environmental protection and community well-being.
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    An activist's experience of the planning process
    (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002) Bennett, Ben
    This article provides a look at the planning process in Ontario from the point of view of a citizen. Ben Bennett is representing Residents for Sustainable Development in Guelph, which opposes two big-box proposals before the Ontario Municipal Board. As co-author of a new book on what has become a seven-year-long saga, Bennett shares his insights into the planning profession and the system from the perspective of a non-lawyer and nonplanner. The proposals, one anchored by Wal-Mart, the other by Zellers, were rejected by city council in the late spring of 1997. The date for the hearing was originally set for July 1998, but was repeatedly delayed. After five years of legal wrangling, court challenges and political intrigue, the hearing finally got under way in April of this year. It is scheduled to run for twenty weeks.