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Urban Planning and Policy II

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Department
Geography
Course Code
GGR124H1
Professor
Damian Dupuy

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March 23, 2011
Planning in Canada
-emerged in the 19th and 20th centuries
-urban reform in the early 20th century influenced by Garden City movement
-first decade of the 20th century-planning schemes for Canadian cities
-1920s-emergence of zoning by-laws
Planning in Canada II
-community planning activities-from the 1950s
-planning departments established within government bureaucracy
-new suburbs developed e.g. Don Mills drew on the Garden Cities concept
-since the 1960s, key characteristics of Canadian planning is public participation (town hall
meetings, city notice, information sessions)
-planning was under attack in the 1990s (due to neo-liberalism, planning process and role of the
planner has been under attack across Canada)
Context for Urban Planning in Canada
Legal
-laws and regulations at national, provincial and municipal levels
-example: bylaws, rules and regulations
-cities act under provincial legislation
Political
-highly contentious
-planning issues and elections
-developers and politicians
Economic
-land-use and economic development
Social
-cultural influences
-social structure of urban areas
Organizational
-organizational structure of local government (left wing and right wing opinions within the
government)
Technical
-innovative planning tools
Contemporary Planning Issues
-Urban dispersion and car dominance (cities being linked through highways)
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March 23, 2011 Planning in Canada th th -emerged in the 19 and 20 centuries -urban reform in the early 20 century influenced by Garden City movement -first decade of the 20 century-planning schemes for Canadian cities -1920s-emergence of zoning by-laws Planning in Canada II -community planning activities-from the 1950s -planning departments established within government bureaucracy -new suburbs developed e.g. Don Mills drew on the Garden Cities concept -since the 1960s, key characteristics of Canadian planning is public participation (town hall meetings, city notice, information sessions) -planning was under attack in the 1990s (due to neo-liberalism, planning process and role of the planner has been under attack
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