In the absence of the Registered Professional Planners (RPP) Act, certified professional planners in PEI are entitled to use the designation MCIP (member of the Canadian Institute of Planners), indicating they have been tested to the national standard. Some members also register in other jurisdictions, and thus attain other designations, such as RPP (registered professional planner) or LPP (licensed professional planners); however, these designations are not currently recognized or protected in PEI.

Bawn, Colleen RPP, MCIP
—Additional Provincial Affiliation: NBAP
Chadder, Tim RPP, MCIP
—Additional Provincial Affiliation: OPPI
Forbes, Alex RPP, FCIP
French, Derek RPP, MCIP
Fuller, Chrystal LPP, MCIP
—Additional Provincial Affiliation: LPPANS
Gillan, Danielle RPP, MCIP
Griffiths, Robert RPP, MCIP
Harper, Janice RPP, MCIP
—Additional Provincial Affiliation: NBAP
Kumar, Pooja RPP, MCIP
—Additional Provincial Affiliation: OPPI
Morphet, Katelyn RPP, MCIP
—Additional Provincial Affiliation: OPPI
Morrison, Gregory RPP, MCIP
Murphy, Samantha RPP, LPP, MCIP
—Additional Provincial Affiliation: NBAP, LPPANS
Palmer Thompson, Laurel RPP, MCIP
Parnham, Hope RPP, MCIP
Smith, Gary RPP, MCIP
Wade, Tracey RPP, MCIP
—Additional Provincial Affiliation: NBAP
Yatabe, Blaine RPP, MCIP
Zilke, Robert RPP, MCIP

Prospective planners with accredited planning degrees (or related degrees and additional experience) formally enter the certification process as Candidates. A minimum of two years of employment experience, along with other requirements such as experience logging and relevant examinations, are necessary to be fully certified as an MCIP.

Brown, Evan
Matheson, Spencer
Underhay, Mitch

Last updated December 2020.

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