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Plan Canada - Volume 56, Number 3 (Fall 2016)

Roadmap for 2017 and beyond|Feuille de route pour 2017 et au-delà / Eleanor Mohammed -- Planner update|L'actualité des urbanistes -- Continual progress|Progrès continu / Barbara A. Myers -- Campus planning reflects contemporary planning trends / Rhiannon Gilbart & Jill L. Grant -- The unsexy infrastructure deficit: Planners work on dressing up asset management / Emilie K. Adin -- The death and life of regional planning in Canada / Heather M. Hall & Gerald Hodge --...

Plan Canada - Volume 55, Number 4 (Winter 2015)

Future forward|Le mot du présidente: Future forward / Hazel Christy -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Resiliency - a new metric for great places|Le mot de la présidente du comité de rédaction: La résilience - une nouvelle valeur des endroits remarquables / Barbara Myers -- Great places in Canada|Au Canada, c'est ma place! -- The city as a nation builder / A.J. Diamond -- What do we talk about when we talk about earthquakes? /...

Plan Canada - Volume 55, Number 1 (Spring 2015)

A word from the president|Le mot du président / Michael Gordon -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Sustainability and National Energy Code for Buildings|Le mot de la présidente du comité de rédaction: Durabilité et code national de l'énergie pour les bâtiments / Barbara Myers -- Planning for housing in a time of growing employment precarity / Markus Moos, Tristan Wilkin, Geoff Chase, & Michael Seasons -- Mixed-use buildings: Design and development in practice (part 1...

Plan Canada - Volume 54, Number 4 (Winter 2014)

A word form the president|Le mot du président / Michael Gordon -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Great places in Canada 2014|Au Canada, c'est ma place! 2014 -- Marches, museums, podcasts and communities of practice|Le mot de la présidente du comité de rédaction: Marches, musées, balados et communautés d'expertise / Barbara Myers -- A conceptual model for balancing management trade-offs between urban forest benefits and wildfire risk / Ellen Whitman, Eric Rapaport, & Kate Sherren...

Plan Canada - Volume 53, Number 2 (Summer 2013)

A word from the president|Le mot de la présidents / Andrea Gabor -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Editorial from the IPPC chair: Honoring Indigenous planning - renewing our commitment to action|Éditorial du président du SCAPA: Honorer l'urbanism autochone - renouveler notre détermination à agir / Jeffrey Cook -- Re-situating Indigenous planning in the city / Ryan Walker & Hirini Matunga -- Indigenizing and decolonizing: An alliance story / Aftab Erfan & Jessie Hemphill --...

Plan Canada - Volume 53, Number 1 (Spring 2013)

A word from the president|Le mot de la présidente / Andrea Gabor -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- The future of Plan Canada|L'avenir de Plan Canada / Michael Dudley -- The stakeholder tier system / Donovan Toews -- Ethics in professional planning practice: Four sources of ethical obligations / Ian Wight -- Planning sustainable communities: Europe's new model for green living in Stockholm / Sasha Tsenkova & Tigran Haas -- Shifting gears: The emergence of...

Plan Canada - Volume 52, Number 4 (Winter 2012)

The great exchange - putting ideas into action|Le mot de la présidente: Forum d'échanges - grandes idées, grandes réalisations / Andrea Gabor -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- From the editorial board: How can planning help "smart communities connect:?|Message du comité de rédaction : De quelle façon l'urbanisme peut-il aider à <>? / The Plan Canada Editorial Board|Le comité de rédaction de Plan Canada -- The online public engagement tools: What's out there and what...

Plan Canada - Volume 51, Number 4 (Winter 2011)

A word from the president|Le mot de la présidente / Andrea Gabor -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Planning as an "occupation"|Occupation - urbaniste / Michael Dudley -- Urban amnesia: The fate of Habitat '76 / Don Alexander -- Planning in the absence of traditional growth: The story of Saint John, New Brunswick / Liora Freedman & Cyndi Rottenberg-Walker -- Planning for the long term: Regulating for resilience / Jill L. Grant -- From the...

Plan Canada - Volume 50, Number 3 (Fall 2010)

Happy birthday, Plan Canada|Joyeux anniversaire, Plan Canada / Marni Cappe -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Fifty years is a long time in planning|Cinquante ans de planification : Un parcours qui nous mène loin / David Gordon, Ian Skelton, & Jill L. Grant -- Reviving a professional journal: The first issues of Plan Canada / David Gordon -- Six years in the life of Plan Canada / Gerald Hodge -- Fads, fancies...and form-based codes: 50...

Plan Canada - Volume 49, Number 2 (Summer 2009)

A word from the president|Le mot du président / Blake Hudema -- Spilling the beans on food security|Cultiver la sécurité alimentaire / Deborah Jensen -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Food system planning: Moving up the planner's ladder / Jerome L. Kaufman -- Canadian approaches to the preservation of farmland / Wayne J. Caldwell & Claire Doods-Weir -- Planning for sustainable livestock and agricultural development in Manitoba / Sheri Grift -- Farmland protection and sustainable...

Plan Canada - Volume 48, Number 2 (Summer 2008)

Home and abroad: We share common opportunities and challenges|Occasions et défis communs au pays et à l'étranger / Blake Hudema -- Indigenous planning special edition|Numéro spécial sur l'aménagement autochtone / Aaron Aubin & Jeffrey Cook -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Building on traditions of the past: The rise and resurgence of First Nations CCP / Jeffrey Cook -- Comprehensive community planning in the Atlantic region: Where we go from here / Tracey L. Wade...

Plan Canada - Volume 47, Number 4 (Winter 2007)

A country of planners|D'un océan à l'autre / Blake Hudema -- From the senior editor|Le mot du rédacteur principal / Patrick G. Déoux -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- All eyes are on Ontario as it implements the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe / Brad Graham with Bram Westfall -- Bracing for the demographic tsunami: How will seniors fare in an aging society? / Glenn Miller, Gordon Harris, & Ian Ferguson -- Calgary:...

Plan Canada - Volume 45, Number 3 (Autumn 2005)

A word from the president|Le mot du président / Chris Leach -- Our planning legacy|Notre legs urbanistique / Jill Grant -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- A dammed-up reservoir of ability: Women on the National Council of the Community Planning Association of Canada / Sue Hendler -- The 1950 Plan for the National Captial: An example of vision in planning / David L.A. Gordon -- Regional planning in Canada / Len Gertler -- Rural planning...

Plan Canada - Volume 44, Number 1 (Spring 2004)

Help our students - help ourselves|Aidez les étudiants, c'est s'aider nous-mêmes / Ron Shishido -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- From the senior editor|Le mot du rédacteur principal / Robert J.M. Shipley -- The business of land use planning / Jeff Greene -- Some measures of sustainability of urban neighbourhoods: A case study in Hamilton, Ontario / Don McLean & Bob Korol -- Exploring linkages between community planning and natural hazard mitigation in Ontario /...

Exploring consumer's needs and motivations in online social lending for development

Robert Mittleman & José I. Rojas-Méndez
The definitive version of record is available at https://doi.org/10.1080/10495142.2013.830544

The economics of co-operation: reciprocity

Stefano Zamagni
Professor Zamagni continues the discussion of trust by defining and distinguishing between the exchange of equivalents, philanthropy, and reciprocity. Although all three are necessary, reciprocity is crucial but often absent or marginal. Based on the principle of reciprocity, co-operatives are generators of trust, a civilizing agent within the economic sphere. Zamagni concludes with a discussion of the "social economy". This Bologna Summer Program was presented in Vancouver, BC and is part of the Bologna Lecture...

Plan Canada - Volume 36, Number 6 (November 1996)

The retail revolution|La révolution du commerce de détail / Julius Gorys -- Letters|Courrier -- Rising to Gertler's challenge|Relever le défi de Gertler / Barbara Dembek -- Retailing in the 21st century: A planner's challenge|Le commerce de détail au XXIe siècle : Un défi pour l'urbaniste / Walter Jamieson -- Retailing: Historical patterns and future trends / Mike Hollinshead -- Large-scale peripheral retail developments: At what price? / Norman Pressman & Jeremy Peters -- CIP news|Échos...

Plan Canada - Volume 36, Number 4 (July 1996)

In search of grander humane visions|À la recherche de visions humaines plus nobles / Ian Wight -- From Habitat I to II\D'Habitat I à Habitat II / Barbara Dembek -- Letters|Courrier -- Retrofitting the suburbs: Evaluating alternative approaches to community design / David D'Amour, Judith Ramsay, & Nigel Richardson -- Restoring biodiversity in the urbanizing region: Towards pre-emptive ecosystems planning / Ken Tamminga -- Designing more sustainable suburban communities: Calgary's approach / Robin White --...

Plan Canada - Volume 36, Number 2 (March 1996)

Planning for safety in cities|Urbanisme et villes sécuritaires / Gerda R. Wekerle -- Justifying the fee increase|Justifier l'augmentation des cotisations / Gerry Couture -- Controlling urban crime: What can cities do? / Gerda R. Wekerle & Carolyn Whitzman -- Socially responsible neighbourhood design: Meeting human needs in the community / James W. Nelson & Don C. Faulkner -- How to make communities safer / Bill Ashton -- Scotland aims for safer cities / Tracey Schofield...

[Pre-print] Gravitational anti-screening as an alternative to dark matter

A. Raymond Penner
Book chapter pre-print

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