The conference will be held at the Lord Nelson hotel from May 17 – 19. Register online at https://lppans.ca/
Are you interested in presenting at the 2017 API Conference in Charlottetown, Sept 27 – 29? Our theme is Nimble Responses, Rapid Innovation. We’ve now issued a Call For Presentations. Get more information on our 2017 Conference page.
Celebrate Canada’s Future & History
Canada is a country of rich culture and strong nationalism. Join Fanshawe College by entering the Canada 150 Environmental Design Competition. College and university students are invited to design a local site representing Canadian values. These designs will inspire healthy and vibrant communities, a deeper understanding about our country, and encourage community initiatives.
Round 1 – Regional Competition due March 31, 2017
One winner from each region: Eastern Canada, Quebec, Ontario, Prairies, British Columbia, and Canada North of 60 will win $3000.
Round 2 – National Presentations: May 6th 2017
Twelve teams will be selected to present at Fanshawe College, London. Total Prize money of $12,000.
- Minimum 3 full-time students
- No Entry Fee
- Eligible design sites are avalable online
William Pol MCIP , RPP
Click here to view the event poster.
Are you a Full Member of API? Would you like to help young professionals advance their career as a professional planner? If you have been a Full Member for 3 or more years, the Professional Standards Board (PSB) would love to include you as a Sponsor or Mentor. If you have been an RPP for the last 7 years or more, the PSB also needs PLAR Assessors, exam markers, and site visit team members to review and accredit planning programs.
Interested in contributing? Fill out the Volunteer Registration Form. Following this, the PSB will contact you with more information. We appreciate your leadership and commitment to Atlantic Canada’s planning community
Well the weather outside is frightful,
And the fire is so delightful,
And since there’s no place to go,
You may as well go to the CPL reporting page and log your credits.
I mean, C’mon..… Why not!
It’s that time of year again and the API CPL Committee would like to encourage you to take some time before the New Year and make sure your CPL log is up to date with all your activities from the past year, and don’t forget to log any Self -Directed credits you may have earned throughout the year as well.
There also a few housekeeping items we’d like to pass along: Letters of non-compliance for 2012 are being sent out. We note the poor timing with the holiday season, but it couldn’t be avoided. Some members will receive letters because their 2012 credits were applied to their previous year’s shortfall, and some members who are non-compliant will not receive letters because they are already not in good standing. If you have any questions, please contact myself, or your Branch CPL Rep.
Thanks and Happy Holidays from your API CPL committee,
API CPL Chair