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  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    Digging deeper to meet the needs of our aging population|Creuser davantage pour répondre aux besoins de notre population vieillissante / Samantha Biglieri & Glenn Miller -- Understanding the diversity of Canadian seniors / Doug Norris -- Older Indigenous people, health, and planning in Canada: Considering ethical space / Sarah E. Nelson -- What can planners do to help seniors age in place? / Arlene Etchen -- The case for visitability / Amina Menkad & Joanna Ilunga-Kapinga -- COVID-19 and the forgotten densities of long-term care / Julian Iacobelli, Samantha Biglieri, Lorenzo de Vidovich, & Roger Keil -- Après la zone scolaire, pourquoi pas la « zone santé » pour un vieillissement actif ? / Mikael St-Pierre, Simon Chouinard-Laliberté, & Audrey Lise Mallet -- Breaking up with cars is hard to do / Krista Macaulay -- Nested aging: Lifecycles in the vertical city / Maxwell Hartt, Brian Webb, & James T. White -- Innovative, intergenerational housing empowers women / Carla Guerrera -- Affordability: A key component of accessibility / Amanda McCulley -- Gerald Hodge: FCIP/FICU 1931 - 2017 / Glenn Miller -- The cautionary tale that is Canada's experience with long-term care|L’expérience canadienne en matière de soins de longue durée : une leçon à retenir / Gordon Harris -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur Our aging population: Challenges and opportunities|Notre population vieillissante : défis et opportunités Digging deeper to meet the needs of our aging population|Creuser davantage pour répondre aux besoins de notre population vieillissante / Samantha Biglieri & Glenn Miller -- Understanding the diversity of Canadian seniors / Doug Norris -- Older Indigenous people, health, and planning in Canada: Considering ethical space / Sarah E. Nelson -- What can planners do to help seniors age in place? / Arlene Etchen -- The case for visitability / Amina Menkad & Joanna Ilunga-Kapinga -- COVID-19 and the forgotten densities of long-term care / Julian Iacobelli, Samantha Biglieri, Lorenzo de Vidovich, & Roger Keil -- Après la zone scolaire, pourquoi pas la « zone santé » pour un vieillissement actif ? / Mikael St-Pierre, Simon Chouinard-Laliberté, & Audrey Lise Mallet -- Breaking up with cars is hard to do / Krista Macaulay -- Nested aging: Lifecycles in the vertical city / Maxwell Hartt, Brian Webb, & James T. White -- Innovative, intergenerational housing empowers women / Carla Guerrera -- Affordability: A key component of accessibility / Amanda McCulley -- Gerald Hodge: FCIP/FICU 1931 - 2017 / Glenn Miller -- The cautionary tale that is Canada's experience with long-term care|L’expérience canadienne en matière de soins de longue durée : une leçon à retenir / Gordon Harris -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/26301/PlanCanada_Vol.61_No.2_Summer-2021.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: VIU Press
    Country: Canada

    Foreword / Pam Shaw -- Editorial / Liang (Cliff) Feng -- How 'smart' are smart cities? The case of Sidewalk Labs, Toronto / Don Alexander -- Generation urban: Financing family-friendly housing in Canada's urban centres / Kristin N. Agnello -- Corridor urbanism and the rise of the neighbourhood in the post-COVID city / Mark Holland In this issue, you will find considerations on smart cities as a way to promote critical thinking of planning students, a deep dive into the development proformas of housing units at urban cores, and detailed discussions on corridor urbanism as we learn from the impacts of COVID-19. Foreword / Pam Shaw -- Editorial / Liang (Cliff) Feng -- How 'smart' are smart cities? The case of Sidewalk Labs, Toronto / Don Alexander -- Generation urban: Financing family-friendly housing in Canada's urban centres / Kristin N. Agnello -- Corridor urbanism and the rise of the neighbourhood in the post-COVID city / Mark Holland https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23603/FuturePlansMarch2021.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    The pandemic and beyond|La pandémie et au delà / Kent Munro & Ray Tomalty -- Technological change and COVID-19: Adaptations for work and communities / Matthew Robinson -- How planners can help main streets adapt and recover / Judy Morgan -- Connecting across cultures: A model for engaging ethnocultural communities in emergency response / Aaron Lao & Belle Cheung -- Parks and the pandemic: Future implication for disaster response through a lens of urgent biophilia / Sasha Mosky and Mikiko Terashima -- Pandemic patios and "flat white" urbanism / Amina Yasin & Daniella Fergusson -- Racialized impacts of COVID-19: A wake-up call for urban planning / Robin Basalaev-Binder & Kevin Manaugh -- COVID-19 and uncertainty: Insights from collaboration between a regional government and a university / Pierre Filion, Markus Moos, & Jean Andrey -- Rues ludiques et rues-écoles : Comment de nouveaux modèles de transformation de la chaussée peuvent aider à redonner la ville aux jeunes pendant la pandémie (et après) / Julien Voyer, Audrey Lise Mallet, Katherine Frohlich, & Mikael St-Pierre -- How COVID-19 affected Ottawa's approach to planning / Stephen Willis -- Building resiliency through 15-minute neighbourhoods / Inge Roosendaal & Alain Miguelez -- Public transport during the COVID-19 pandemic / Ajay Agarwal & Claire Lee -- What does public engagement look like during a global pandemic? / Dallas Clowes, Stirling Scory, & Jana Zelenski -- CIP honours and awards / L’ICU honneurs et prix -- COVID-19: The end of an era|COVID-19 : La fin d’une ère / Ken Cameron -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf The pandemic and beyond|La pandémie et au delà The pandemic and beyond|La pandémie et au delà / Kent Munro & Ray Tomalty -- Technological change and COVID-19: Adaptations for work and communities / Matthew Robinson -- How planners can help main streets adapt and recover / Judy Morgan -- Connecting across cultures: A model for engaging ethnocultural communities in emergency response / Aaron Lao & Belle Cheung -- Parks and the pandemic: Future implication for disaster response through a lens of urgent biophilia / Sasha Mosky and Mikiko Terashima -- Pandemic patios and "flat white" urbanism / Amina Yasin & Daniella Fergusson -- Racialized impacts of COVID-19: A wake-up call for urban planning / Robin Basalaev-Binder & Kevin Manaugh -- COVID-19 and uncertainty: Insights from collaboration between a regional government and a university / Pierre Filion, Markus Moos, & Jean Andrey -- Rues ludiques et rues-écoles : Comment de nouveaux modèles de transformation de la chaussée peuvent aider à redonner la ville aux jeunes pendant la pandémie (et après) / Julien Voyer, Audrey Lise Mallet, Katherine Frohlich, & Mikael St-Pierre -- How COVID-19 affected Ottawa's approach to planning / Stephen Willis -- Building resiliency through 15-minute neighbourhoods / Inge Roosendaal & Alain Miguelez -- Public transport during the COVID-19 pandemic / Ajay Agarwal & Claire Lee -- What does public engagement look like during a global pandemic? / Dallas Clowes, Stirling Scory, & Jana Zelenski -- CIP honours and awards / L’ICU honneurs et prix -- COVID-19: The end of an era|COVID-19 : La fin d’une ère / Ken Cameron -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/25296/PlanCanada_Winter2020.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    Canada in 2050: What does the future look like?|Le Canada en 2050 : À quoi ressemble l’avenir? / Glenn Miller & Ray Tomalty -- On a different path towards 2050: Future-proofing cities against climate change / David Miller -- Planning plausible futures / Sarah Krapez, Blair Underhill, & Robert Barrs -- Plan UX: Designing plans and processes for a rapidly changing world / Robert Barrs & Kasia Tota -- Social infrastructure: Increasing quality of life amid an uncertain futures / Dylan Thiessen -- Transforming Vancouver into a water sensitive city by 2020 / Julie McManus & Wendy de Hoog -- Planning education: The next generation / Markus Moos -- Immigrants in suburbs are restructuring the Toronto Region / Mohammad A. Qadeer -- CIP and COVID-19|L'ICU et la COVID-19 / Beth McMahon -- John Merton Wright: 1929-1999 / Nicholas Tunnacliffe Canada in 2050|Le Canada en 2050 Canada in 2050: What does the future look like?|Le Canada en 2050 : À quoi ressemble l’avenir? / Glenn Miller & Ray Tomalty -- On a different path towards 2050: Future-proofing cities against climate change / David Miller -- Planning plausible futures / Sarah Krapez, Blair Underhill, & Robert Barrs -- Plan UX: Designing plans and processes for a rapidly changing world / Robert Barrs & Kasia Tota -- Social infrastructure: Increasing quality of life amid an uncertain futures / Dylan Thiessen -- Transforming Vancouver into a water sensitive city by 2020 / Julie McManus & Wendy de Hoog -- Planning education: The next generation / Markus Moos -- Immigrants in suburbs are restructuring the Toronto Region / Mohammad A. Qadeer -- CIP and COVID-19|L'ICU et la COVID-19 / Beth McMahon -- John Merton Wright: 1929-1999 / Nicholas Tunnacliffe https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/25291/PlanCanada_Summer2020.pdf?sequence=3

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  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    Digging deeper to meet the needs of our aging population|Creuser davantage pour répondre aux besoins de notre population vieillissante / Samantha Biglieri & Glenn Miller -- Understanding the diversity of Canadian seniors / Doug Norris -- Older Indigenous people, health, and planning in Canada: Considering ethical space / Sarah E. Nelson -- What can planners do to help seniors age in place? / Arlene Etchen -- The case for visitability / Amina Menkad & Joanna Ilunga-Kapinga -- COVID-19 and the forgotten densities of long-term care / Julian Iacobelli, Samantha Biglieri, Lorenzo de Vidovich, & Roger Keil -- Après la zone scolaire, pourquoi pas la « zone santé » pour un vieillissement actif ? / Mikael St-Pierre, Simon Chouinard-Laliberté, & Audrey Lise Mallet -- Breaking up with cars is hard to do / Krista Macaulay -- Nested aging: Lifecycles in the vertical city / Maxwell Hartt, Brian Webb, & James T. White -- Innovative, intergenerational housing empowers women / Carla Guerrera -- Affordability: A key component of accessibility / Amanda McCulley -- Gerald Hodge: FCIP/FICU 1931 - 2017 / Glenn Miller -- The cautionary tale that is Canada's experience with long-term care|L’expérience canadienne en matière de soins de longue durée : une leçon à retenir / Gordon Harris -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur Our aging population: Challenges and opportunities|Notre population vieillissante : défis et opportunités Digging deeper to meet the needs of our aging population|Creuser davantage pour répondre aux besoins de notre population vieillissante / Samantha Biglieri & Glenn Miller -- Understanding the diversity of Canadian seniors / Doug Norris -- Older Indigenous people, health, and planning in Canada: Considering ethical space / Sarah E. Nelson -- What can planners do to help seniors age in place? / Arlene Etchen -- The case for visitability / Amina Menkad & Joanna Ilunga-Kapinga -- COVID-19 and the forgotten densities of long-term care / Julian Iacobelli, Samantha Biglieri, Lorenzo de Vidovich, & Roger Keil -- Après la zone scolaire, pourquoi pas la « zone santé » pour un vieillissement actif ? / Mikael St-Pierre, Simon Chouinard-Laliberté, & Audrey Lise Mallet -- Breaking up with cars is hard to do / Krista Macaulay -- Nested aging: Lifecycles in the vertical city / Maxwell Hartt, Brian Webb, & James T. White -- Innovative, intergenerational housing empowers women / Carla Guerrera -- Affordability: A key component of accessibility / Amanda McCulley -- Gerald Hodge: FCIP/FICU 1931 - 2017 / Glenn Miller -- The cautionary tale that is Canada's experience with long-term care|L’expérience canadienne en matière de soins de longue durée : une leçon à retenir / Gordon Harris -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/26301/PlanCanada_Vol.61_No.2_Summer-2021.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: VIU Press
    Country: Canada

    Foreword / Pam Shaw -- Editorial / Liang (Cliff) Feng -- How 'smart' are smart cities? The case of Sidewalk Labs, Toronto / Don Alexander -- Generation urban: Financing family-friendly housing in Canada's urban centres / Kristin N. Agnello -- Corridor urbanism and the rise of the neighbourhood in the post-COVID city / Mark Holland In this issue, you will find considerations on smart cities as a way to promote critical thinking of planning students, a deep dive into the development proformas of housing units at urban cores, and detailed discussions on corridor urbanism as we learn from the impacts of COVID-19. Foreword / Pam Shaw -- Editorial / Liang (Cliff) Feng -- How 'smart' are smart cities? The case of Sidewalk Labs, Toronto / Don Alexander -- Generation urban: Financing family-friendly housing in Canada's urban centres / Kristin N. Agnello -- Corridor urbanism and the rise of the neighbourhood in the post-COVID city / Mark Holland https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23603/FuturePlansMarch2021.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    The pandemic and beyond|La pandémie et au delà / Kent Munro & Ray Tomalty -- Technological change and COVID-19: Adaptations for work and communities / Matthew Robinson -- How planners can help main streets adapt and recover / Judy Morgan -- Connecting across cultures: A model for engaging ethnocultural communities in emergency response / Aaron Lao & Belle Cheung -- Parks and the pandemic: Future implication for disaster response through a lens of urgent biophilia / Sasha Mosky and Mikiko Terashima -- Pandemic patios and "flat white" urbanism / Amina Yasin & Daniella Fergusson -- Racialized impacts of COVID-19: A wake-up call for urban planning / Robin Basalaev-Binder & Kevin Manaugh -- COVID-19 and uncertainty: Insights from collaboration between a regional government and a university / Pierre Filion, Markus Moos, & Jean Andrey -- Rues ludiques et rues-écoles : Comment de nouveaux modèles de transformation de la chaussée peuvent aider à redonner la ville aux jeunes pendant la pandémie (et après) / Julien Voyer, Audrey Lise Mallet, Katherine Frohlich, & Mikael St-Pierre -- How COVID-19 affected Ottawa's approach to planning / Stephen Willis -- Building resiliency through 15-minute neighbourhoods / Inge Roosendaal & Alain Miguelez -- Public transport during the COVID-19 pandemic / Ajay Agarwal & Claire Lee -- What does public engagement look like during a global pandemic? / Dallas Clowes, Stirling Scory, & Jana Zelenski -- CIP honours and awards / L’ICU honneurs et prix -- COVID-19: The end of an era|COVID-19 : La fin d’une ère / Ken Cameron -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf The pandemic and beyond|La pandémie et au delà The pandemic and beyond|La pandémie et au delà / Kent Munro & Ray Tomalty -- Technological change and COVID-19: Adaptations for work and communities / Matthew Robinson -- How planners can help main streets adapt and recover / Judy Morgan -- Connecting across cultures: A model for engaging ethnocultural communities in emergency response / Aaron Lao & Belle Cheung -- Parks and the pandemic: Future implication for disaster response through a lens of urgent biophilia / Sasha Mosky and Mikiko Terashima -- Pandemic patios and "flat white" urbanism / Amina Yasin & Daniella Fergusson -- Racialized impacts of COVID-19: A wake-up call for urban planning / Robin Basalaev-Binder & Kevin Manaugh -- COVID-19 and uncertainty: Insights from collaboration between a regional government and a university / Pierre Filion, Markus Moos, & Jean Andrey -- Rues ludiques et rues-écoles : Comment de nouveaux modèles de transformation de la chaussée peuvent aider à redonner la ville aux jeunes pendant la pandémie (et après) / Julien Voyer, Audrey Lise Mallet, Katherine Frohlich, & Mikael St-Pierre -- How COVID-19 affected Ottawa's approach to planning / Stephen Willis -- Building resiliency through 15-minute neighbourhoods / Inge Roosendaal & Alain Miguelez -- Public transport during the COVID-19 pandemic / Ajay Agarwal & Claire Lee -- What does public engagement look like during a global pandemic? / Dallas Clowes, Stirling Scory, & Jana Zelenski -- CIP honours and awards / L’ICU honneurs et prix -- COVID-19: The end of an era|COVID-19 : La fin d’une ère / Ken Cameron -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/25296/PlanCanada_Winter2020.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    Canada in 2050: What does the future look like?|Le Canada en 2050 : À quoi ressemble l’avenir? / Glenn Miller & Ray Tomalty -- On a different path towards 2050: Future-proofing cities against climate change / David Miller -- Planning plausible futures / Sarah Krapez, Blair Underhill, & Robert Barrs -- Plan UX: Designing plans and processes for a rapidly changing world / Robert Barrs & Kasia Tota -- Social infrastructure: Increasing quality of life amid an uncertain futures / Dylan Thiessen -- Transforming Vancouver into a water sensitive city by 2020 / Julie McManus & Wendy de Hoog -- Planning education: The next generation / Markus Moos -- Immigrants in suburbs are restructuring the Toronto Region / Mohammad A. Qadeer -- CIP and COVID-19|L'ICU et la COVID-19 / Beth McMahon -- John Merton Wright: 1929-1999 / Nicholas Tunnacliffe Canada in 2050|Le Canada en 2050 Canada in 2050: What does the future look like?|Le Canada en 2050 : À quoi ressemble l’avenir? / Glenn Miller & Ray Tomalty -- On a different path towards 2050: Future-proofing cities against climate change / David Miller -- Planning plausible futures / Sarah Krapez, Blair Underhill, & Robert Barrs -- Plan UX: Designing plans and processes for a rapidly changing world / Robert Barrs & Kasia Tota -- Social infrastructure: Increasing quality of life amid an uncertain futures / Dylan Thiessen -- Transforming Vancouver into a water sensitive city by 2020 / Julie McManus & Wendy de Hoog -- Planning education: The next generation / Markus Moos -- Immigrants in suburbs are restructuring the Toronto Region / Mohammad A. Qadeer -- CIP and COVID-19|L'ICU et la COVID-19 / Beth McMahon -- John Merton Wright: 1929-1999 / Nicholas Tunnacliffe https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/25291/PlanCanada_Summer2020.pdf?sequence=3