There were 4 concurrent sessions during this break-out held Tuesday, February 16, 2016 at 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm.
Planners from Labrador, Nunavut and NWT discuss how planning helping communities build capacity, respond to economic decline and celebrate place.
Moderator: Daniel Grant - Strategic Analyst, Sustainability, Department of Lands, GNWT.
Environmental assessment has a major role in land planning and decision making by default, by design and most recently by indigenous led EA’s – all will be examined in session.
Moderator: Ann Peters RPP, MCIP - Planner, Dillon Consulting, Yellowknife.
This session examines the strong connections to land, culture and tradition and how those values are shaping climate, sustainability and land use policy in the north.
Moderator: Jim Bell -Manager, Regional Land Use Planning, Yukon Government.
Building public trust through collaborative planning and engagement.
Venue: Artist Studio
Moderator: Nick Grzybowski BSc., MADR - Yukon Land Use Planning Council, Associate Consultant.
Note: Chloe Dragon-Smith's presentation used a variety of approaches, but none that were easily captured in a document.