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Alex Forbes, FCIP

Planner Profile Alex Forbes, FCIP stands out as a public sector planner in Atlantic Canada, who has added to the…

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Company Name
City of Saint John
Position
Planner Position for the City of Saint John
Application Deadline
September 20 2019
Job Description
Saint John is Canada’s oldest incorporated City, incorporated in 1785. With a population of approximately 68,000 people, Saint John is located on the Bay of Fundy (home to the world’s largest tides). Saint John boasts the incredible Trinity-Royal Heritage District (largest concentration of heritage buildings in Canada), beautiful parks (such as Rockwood Park and the Irving Nature Park) and amazing coastal scenery, and world renowned food culture and night life. As a member of the Community Planning team, you will be play a pivotal role in helping to bring growth and prosperity to Saint John. This position is an excellent opportunity for a recent graduate or planner wanting experience in a variety of planning roles.
Company Name
MacKenzie Municipal Services Agency
Position
MacKenzie Municipal Services Agency Career Opportunity Director of Planning
Application Deadline
September 20 2019
Job Description
The Mackenzie Municipal Services Agency (MMSA) is a professional planning organization that straddles the line between municipal planning department and private consulting firm. We provide proactive and responsive community planning services to member municipalities located in northwestern Alberta. The MMSA is looking for a new leader to take the organization into its next chapter. The…
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Matthew Conlin awarded 2019 API Scholarship

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New and improved API Job Board.

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CIP 2019 Climate Change Survey Results for Atlantic Canada

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Student travel bursary applications are now open

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