Upcoming Industry Events
April 14: Women’s Infrastructure Network (WIN) Leadership Program Awards, presented across Canada. These awards aim to celebrate excellence in Canada’s Infrastructure sector and further support our mission to recognize women as leaders in this growing field. Visit www.womensinfrastructure.ca for more information.
April 17-20: American Society of Civil Engineers’ 15th International Conference on Automated People Movers and Automated Transit System (APM-ATS 2016), Toronto, ON. Learn about the role of innovative applications of APM and ATS, and how these systems might evolve and contribute to the efficient movement of people. Click here for more information or to register.
April 27-30: Caribbean Urban Forum 2016 (CUF2016), Paramaribo, Suriname. CUF 2016 was designed to address specific policy issues within the Caribbean Urban Sector as well as to support the collaborative efforts of Planners in the Caribbean and the wider Americas. Conference themes include sustainable urban development and transportation solutions, as well as governance and decentralization. Click here for more information, or to register.
May 10-13: PIBC 2016 Annual Conference - Planning Unfiltered, Kelowna, BC. Registration is now open for PIBC’s Conference, which boasts three exciting keynote speakers; more than forty diverse conference sessions & presentations, including unfiltered talks, workshop-style sessions & debates; mobile workshops & walking tours; locally inspired social activities; and more. Click here for more information, or to register. Please note: early registration ends on May 4, 2016.
May 18-20: The 2016 Manitoba Planning Conference, Envisioning Manitoba: Building Futures Together, Brandon, Manitoba.Through planning, we can bridge gaps between communities and adapt to meet the current and future needs of Manitoba’s diverse population. At this conference, participants will expand networks and gain new knowledge and insight by exploring Relationship Building, Visioning and Practical Tools.
CIP President, Hazel Christy will join Allan Teramura from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, and Nastaran Moradinejad from the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects to present the National Urban Design Award
June 23-25: The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects’ 2016 Congress, Winnipeg Manitoba. The Congress Planning Committee has coordinated an exciting program of tours, events and speakers including keynote speaker Ken Greenberg. Exerience exciting tours, including the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Click here for more information.