This +PLACE MAKER session takes place in June, Seniors Month in Ontario. A keynote presentation by Helen Angus, Deputy Minister responsible for the Ontario Seniors Secretariat will address the province's commitment to age-friendly communities.
CUI is proud to receive the 2019 CIP Award for Planning Excellence together with our partners at the City of Toronto and Swerhun Inc. for our work on the TOcore: Downtown Community Services and Facilities Strategy.
The LSNetwork promotes leveraging Networked LED Streetlighting as the Platform for Intelligent Communities through Digital Master Plans.
A healthy city requires its services and structures to also be healthy. These include a city’s utilities, transportation services, public safety services, buildings, social services and its natural environment. While isolating any one of these services or structures can make planning seem more straightforward, changes occurring in one sector will often affect many others.
Glenn Miller, a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Planners and a Senior Associate with the Canadian Urban Institute, shares the decade-long journey behind his publication "No Place to Grow Old: How Canadian Suburbs Can Become Age Friendly" released yesterday by the Institute for Research on Public Policy.
CUI's online Excess Soil By-Law Tool helps support municipalities in managing excess soils being brought onto sites in their jurisdictions and ensuring human health and the environment is protected. Informed by the MOECC guideline Management Excess Soil – A Guide for Best Management Practices (MOECC BMP) and consultation with stakeholders, the tool provides sample by-law language and discussion on over 18 key issues.