The Planning Institute of British Columbia (PIBC) has a special summer webinar on the day before National Indigenous Peoples Day, June 21st:

Truth & Reconciliation: What Planners Need to Know During a Public Consultation

Wednesday, June 20th
12:00 noon – 1:30 pm
(Pacific Time)

Registration deadline: 4:00 pm Tuesday June 19, 2018.

Cost:
PIBC Member $39; PIBC Member Group $99
Non-Member $59; Non-Member Group $139
(Prices do not include GST.)

CLICK HERE to register.

This webinar will acknowledge and celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day on Thursday, June 21st, by addressing the role planning professions have in supporting reconciliation during the public consultation process, and how they can develop culturally aware land use planning that establishes and maintains mutually respectful relationships.

Case studies of planning processes engaging Indigenous communities in different areas of the Province will be presented – preconceptions, expectations, what worked, what didn’t, challenges, successes, and lessons learned.

Speakers:

  • Laura Cabott, BPE, LLB, lawyer & negotiator for the national Indian Residential School Settlement agreement.
  • Jennifer Fix MCIP, RPP Associate, Senior Urban Planner, DIALOG
  • Spencer Lindsay, Indigenous Engagement Specialist, City of Vancouver
  • Ouri Scott, Architect, AIBC, LEED AP, Urban Arts

PIBC CPL: 1.50 Learning Units

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