Plan Canada - Volume 43, Number 1 (Spring 2003)

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Scoping the planning profession: Multi-faceted, controversial, passionate|La profession d'urbaniste : Polyvalente, controversée et passionnée
A word from the president|Le mot du président / David Palubeski -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- From the senior editor|Le mot de la rédactrice principale / Susan Palmer -- Surrey shifts sustainability status quo with Neighbourhood Concept Plan / Geoff Gilliard -- Sitting wireless communication facilities: Issues and guidelines / Keith Craig -- off ramp: Youth allies in transportation demand management / Arthur Orsini -- Is urban revitalization good for cities?: Maybe not / Jill Grant -- Is urban revitalization good for cites?: Yes, if properly planned / Mark Seasons -- The sinister implications of language: The difference between a citizen and a customer / Robert Shipley -- Downtown past, downtown present, downtown yet to come: Decline and revival in middle-size urban areas / Pierre Filion & Heidi Hoernig -- Calgary's citizen-led community sustainability indicators project / Noel Keough -- The road after ratification: Making the connection between land-use planning and climate change / Erin Silsbe -- Hamilton Urban Braille System: Urban design for an aging society / Sinisa (Sonny) Tomic -- CAPS-ACEAU conference / Charlene Cressman -- The ten best urban design book ever written? / Brenton Toderian
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