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Aménagement et politique au Canada

Aménagement et politique au Canada est une revue en ligne en libre accès, dont le contenu est examiné par les pairs. Elle est le résultat d’un projet de publication savante mené par l’Institut canadien des urbanistes et l’Association des programmes universitaires canadiens en urbanisme.

 
Aménagement et politique au Canada publie des textes qui reflètent l’envergure et la diversité de la pratique de l’urbanisme au Canada, tant sur le plan théorique que pratique.
 
Cette publication en ligne et en libre accès examinée par les pairs a pour but de créer un forum d’échange pour la recherche approfondie  sur l’urbanisme au Canada en publiant des réflexions de praticiens, de chercheurs et d’étudiants.


 

 
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Volume 22, No. 1, 2013

Institute of Urban Studies - Canadian Institute of Planners Joint Publication

  1. Inner Front Cover

    Introduction
  2. Editor's Introduction / L'introduction du rédacteur, David L. A. Gordon

    Articles
  3. The Crown Duty to Consult and Ontario Municipal-First Nations Relations: Lessons Learned from the Red Hill Valley Parkway Project (PDF), Clara MacCallum Fraser and Leela Viswanathan.  
  4. Capacity Needs for Source Water Protection Plan Implementation: Lessons from the South Saskatchewan River (PDF), Frances X. Rawlyk and Robert J. Patrick.  
  5. Sustainability Plans in British Columbia: Instruments of Change or Token Gestures? (PDF), Mark R. Stevens and Alisha Z. D. Mody.  
  6. Can Form-Based Code Help Reduce Municipal Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Small Towns? The Case of Revelstoke, British Columbia (PDF), Maged Senbel, Mike van der Laan, Ron Kellett, Cynthia Girling, and Jessica Stuart.  
  7. Shifting from Vision to Reality: Perspectives on Regional Food Policies and Food System Planning Barriers at the Local Level (PDF), Jessica Wegener, Mark Seasons, and Kim D. Raine.  
  8. Book Reviews

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Volume 20, No. 1, 2011

Institute of Urban Studies - Canadian Institute of Planners Joint Publication

  1. Inner Front Cover

    Introduction
  2. Editor's Introduction / L'introduction du rédacteur, David F. Brown, McGill University.

    Articles
  3. Local and Regional Planning Capacity: Using the Humber River Basin to Test a Framework for Addressing Planning Capacity (PDF), Nick Novakowski and Mark Seasons.
  4. Integrated Cultural Planning and Urban Planning: the Challenges of Implementation (PDF), Alexandra McDonough and Gerda R. Wekerle.
  5. Bridging the Gap: Policy Instruments to Encourage Private Sector Provision of Affordable Rental Housing in Alberta (PDF), Sasha Tsenkova and Melissa Witwer.
  6. Evaluating the Impacts of Transportation Plans Using Accessibility Measures(PDF), Ahmed El-Geneidy, Assumpta Cerdà, Raphaël Fischler and Nik Luka.
  7. Institutionalizing Participation in Municipal Policy Development: Prelimary Lessons from a Start-Up Process in Plateau-Mont-Royal (PDF), Julien Landry and Leonora Angeles.
  8. The Practice of Multicultural Planning in American and Canadian Cities (PDF), Mohammad Abdul Qadeer and Sandeep Kumar Agrawal.
  9. Commentary: Where Do Theories Come From? (PDF), Leonie Sandercock.
  10. Book Reviews

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Volume 16, No. 1, 2007

Institute of Urban Studies - Canadian Institute of Planners Joint Publication

  1. Inner Front Cover

    Articles
  2. An American Effect: Contextualizing Gated Communities in Canadian Planning Practice(PDF), Jill Grant
  3. Nature as a Cornerstone of Growth: Regional and Ecosystems Planning in the Greater Golden Horseshoe (PDF), Gerda R. Wekerle, L. Anders Sandberg, Liette Gilbert and Matthew Binstock
  4. Mobilising Urban Heritage to Counter the Commodification of Brownfield Landscapes: Lessons from Montréal's Lachine Canal (PDF), Desmond Bliek and Pierre Gauthier
  5. Works Planners Read: Findings from a Canadian Survey (PDF), Pierre Filion, Robert Shipley and Zeralynne Te
  6. Childcare, Justice and the City: A Case Study of Planning Failure in Winnipeg (PDF), Susan Prentice

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Volume 13, No. 1, 2004

Institute of Urban Studies - Canadian Institute of Planners Joint Publication

  1. Inner Front Cover
  2. Piecing Together Planning Priorities, Editor, Ian Skelton, PhD, MCIP
  3. Obituary, Harold Spence-Sales: Poet of Space and Place (PDF), Jeanne M. Wolfe FCIP

    Diversity and Difference in Planning
  4. Diversity and Planning Education: A Canadian Perspective (PDF), Kanishka Goonewardena, Katharine N. Rankin and Sarah Weinstock
  5. The Uncertain City: Making Space(s) for Difference (PDF), Barbara Rahder FCIP RPP and Richard Milgrom
  6. Comment (PDF), Beth Moore Milroy FCIP RPP

    Articles
  7. Do Not Disturb: "Vulnerable Populations" in Federal Government Policy Discourses and Practices (PDF), Karen B. Murray
  8. The Planning and Policy Implications of Gated Communities (PDF), Jill Grant, Katherine Greene and D. Kirstin Maxwell

    Research Note
  9. Identifying the Secure City: Research to Establish a Preliminary Framework (PDF), Evan D.G. Fraser and Warren Mabee

    Book Reviews
  10. Hopkins, Lewis D. Urban Development: The Logic of Making Plans (PDF), Sandeep Kumar
  11. Southworth, Michael and Eran Ben-Joseph. Streets and the Shaping of Towns and Citie (PDF), Beth Moore Milroy
  12. Thabit, Walter. How East New York Became a Ghetto (PDF), Jim Silver
  13. Vale, Lawrence J. Reclaiming Public Housing: A Half Century of Struggle in Three Public Neighborhoods (PDF), Alan Smart
  14. Inner Back Cover

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