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Claudia Brandt painting Wolf. Picture taken in Cologne, Germany.
A poster advertising a burger and beverage fundraiser for Nanaimo Pride.
Gerald Couture comments from the perspective of a large city government, one which, like many others these days, is behaving more and more like a public corporation, and thus is challenging the dominance of the community context of Canadian planning. Couture believes that we should manage the corporation/community interface in a way that keeps citizens, taxpayers and service users in the picture.
Self-regulation is a prevalent issue in classrooms today; students are increasingly unable to wait their turn, control inhibitions and delay gratifications. Play, among children recently, has been on a downward trend and is continuously changing what it looks like. This study aimed to link the two concepts to see if utilizing play in a middle school classroom of grade six students could increase the students’ ability to incorporate more self-regulation into their repertoire of skills...
This article outlines the vision, proposals and legacies of EXPO '98 held in Lisbon, Portugal. It concludes with the following four major lessons learned: Expos should have powerful and marketable visions; Expos should maximize their long-term consequences and not their ephemeral nature; Expo organizations should work closely with the different levels of government (local, metropolitan and national) and ensure public accountability; and Expos should not be considered the solution to all of the host city's...
Letters|Lettres -- Our environmental heritage: An asset or a liability to our future? / Margaret Carter -- Public sector strategic planning: Requirements of the third level / Len Gertler -- Contradictions in the neighbourhood: Planning residential spaces / Jill Grant -- Community planning for seniors: Right neighbourhood, wrong vintage / Janet McClain -- The urban impacts of intermodal rail terminals in Canada / Brian Slack -- [Book review] The changing Canadian inner city, edited by...