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If neighbourhood streets are not safe for all pedestrians including students, then they are not safe for the community
Learn how communities can implement safe, effective, and active school travel so more children can walk/wheel to school safely
Join us the night of September 20th at our Annual Conference to celebrate the 2023 PlanON Award winners.
The PlanON Awards is a brand-new awards program and the highest honour OPPI can bestow on its members.
Professionals in all industries are finding ways AI tools like ChatGBT can help their career, including regional and urban planners.
ChatGBT does not replace human planners but can be used as a tool that can assist them in their work.
Waterloo's Market Trail is a 1.5 km pathway that connects directly to St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market.
RPPs mitigate traffic and parking demands on market days while supporting local businesses, tourism, and access to local foods.
How do cities chart a course for achieving a long-term vision in a world of accelerating change?
RPPs with the City of Ottawa created a progressive process to develop guidance informed by plausible futures that looked beyond trends.
Registered Professional Planners (RPPs) have the education, ethics and experience to help guide the public, elected officials and the private sector on the journey to inspired communities. The Ontario Professional Planners Institute is the recognized voice of RPPs and the planning profession and has the mandate to grant the RPP designation.
Congratulations to this year’s 11 recipients and thank you to all
applicants who made a PlanON Awards submission this year.
The OPPI Adaptation Transformation Conference will highlight relevant topics impacting the profession, including housing, demographics, technology, and more.
As part of the OPPI Adaptation Transformation Conference, don’t forget to purchase tickets for the PlanON Awards Soirée, honouring excellence in planning.
It is OPPI's practice to keep members informed of government decisions, new legislation, ERO postings and more.
This issue is all about how planners serve the public interest by working to improve the health and sustainability of communities for everyone in Ontario.
OPPI's new, three-year strategic plan is called INSPIRE: OPPI Strategic Plan 2025 and will apply to all of 2022, 2023, and 2024.