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The accelerated rate of change brought on by the pandemic put pressure on towns and cities to adapt.
In the City of Greater Sudbury, philosophical alignment and collaboration between the planning, building and economic development departments meant flexibility and ultimately, resilience.
Facing a 'perfect storm' of challenges, how is York region creating the affordable housing it really needs?
RPPs found ways to design accessible homes on a budget, develop financial models with public funding, and navigate the myriad local municipal requirements.
When it comes to climate change, technology and uneven growth, the speed of change is accelerating and we can’t wait 25 years to see what happens.
Registered Professional Planners are leading change and informing good choices to address these issues now.
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.
The City of London sought a pedestrian-friendly community space as part of a larger downtown revitalization.
RPPs, engineers and landscape architects pursued a vision with the City and engaged residents and stakeholders to bring it to life.
The City of Hamilton’s Ward One has $1M to spend on infrastructure, and thousands of needs to consider first.
Civicplan’s team of RPPs and participatory planning experts engage Ward One’s citizens to ensure they have their say in the budget spend.
Thousands of churches are closing their
doors, leaving heritage buildings empty and many people without key social services.
RPPs, architects and other influencers revitalize these buildings to preserve beautiful historic architecture, and to maintain the invaluable community support they provide.
a small, rural Ontario town struggles to provide transportation to its growing population.
Innisfil's RPPs team up with rideshare giant, Uber, to create a viable and sustainable public transit model.
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.
On Fridays, take a deeper dive into specific issues that are impacting our communities and your ability to inform choices right now, in real time.
OPPI is pleased to sign on as a supporter of the One Ontario initiative. Read our announcement to learn more.
OPPI is pleased to announce the commitment of $30,000 in funding to support planning student internships in 2021.
Attention all OPPI Student Members! Students can apply for two scholarships before March 1, 2021. Visit our website today for more information...
OPPI is pleased to announce that we have joined and have become members of the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business (CCAB). Read our announcement for more infor...
OPPI welcomes advertisers for OPPI’s 2021 Y Magazine issues on Truth and Reconciliation, Economic Development & Sustainability and Technology. Advertise today and re...
The Fall issue of Y Magazine is now available to read. Log in to learn more about Resiliency and Recovery from COVID-19 and/or subscribe today!
OPPI is facilitating access to resources and learning on Indigenous topics through the creation of a curated list of resources. The list is a great starting point fo...
Find the skilled RPP to meet your exact needs. OPPI's Consultant Directory connects you with a planner or consultant ensuring you will reach the right professional w...
Are you looking for a planning job, RFP, or RFQ? If so, you have come to the right place. Targeted to planners, searching the OPPI postings…