Plan Canada - Volume 60, Number 3 (Fall 2020)

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2020-09
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Are intelligent communities a smart way to go?|Les collectivités intelligentes sont-elles un choix raisonné?
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Are intelligent communities a smart way to go?|Les collectivités intelligentes sont-elles un choix raisonné? / Kristy Kilbourne & Kent Munro -- From smart to more intelligent communities / John G. Jung -- Enhancing social resilience with the right smart technologies / Ashita Parekh & Stuart Hamre -- Lessons from planning Quayside: Planners' role in guiding intelligent communities / Pino Di Mascio -- Sidewalk Labs' plans for Toronto shake the foundations of planning as we know it / Guy Baeten -- Smart rural regions: A role for planners / Carol Bergum -- The open smart city: An ethical approach to smart cities development / Leo de Vreede -- Planning considerations for multi-level industrial development in Vancouver / Eric Aderneck -- Not in stock: The challenge of meeting housing market needs and expectations in non-metropolitan Canada / Marleen Morris, Julia Good, & Greg Halseth -- Message from the CIP president|Message de la présidente de l'ICU / Eleanor Mohammed -- Planning on a spectrum|Planifier un éventail de possibilités: Are we prepared as planners, communities and governments for the Brave New World of intelligent city infrastructure and the opportunity it presents?|Sommes-nous prêts, en tant qu’urbanistes, communautés et gouvernements, à affronter le meilleur des mondes en matière d’infrastructures de villes intelligentes et les possibilités ainsi offertes? / Melanie Hare; Sidewalk Labs: A case study|Sidewalk Labs : Une étude de cas / Cyndi Rottenberg-Walker; Will ongoing working from home put the village back into our city of neighbourhoods?|Le travail continu à domicile va-t-il remettre le village dans notre ville de quartiers? / Anne McIlroy -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- On the shelf
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