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Join the planning knowledge exchange

Ontario Professional Planners InstituteConference

October 3-5, 2017 | Blue Mountain Resort, Town of the Blue Mountains, ON

Blue Mountain

Join the planning knowledge exchange

Ontario Professional Planners InstituteConference

October 3-5, 2017 | Blue Mountain Resort, Town of the Blue Mountains, ON

Blue Mountain

Join the planning knowledge exchange

Ontario Professional Planners InstituteConference

October 3-5, 2017 | Blue Mountain Resort, Town of the Blue Mountains, ON

Blue Mountain

Meg Morris

Meg

Master of Planning Candidate, Queen's University


Meg Morris is a graduate student (M.PL. Candidate) at Queen’s University, Department of Geography and Planning and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Physics from Mount Allison University in 2016. She is currently working with the Planning with Indigenous Peoples (PWIP) Research Group at Queen’s University (www.queensu.ca/pwip) in order to complete her graduate planning research. Meg's research focuses on environmental planning and a critical analysis of the newly updated Ontario Greenbelt Plan and the Coordinated Land Use Planning Review in order to determine the extent to which Indigenous people are included in the policies and the processes behind their development. Her research is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).


Programs

Indigenous Involvement in Environmental Planning in Southern Ontario: Ontario’s Greenbelt Plan