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LID and GI are going to be the new normal. Stantec’s Jennifer Young and Dr. Bill Hunt explain why a good engineering firm is an important partner.
Webinar Recording: Preparing for the MOECC Low Impact Development Guidelines
Stantec’s Jennifer Young provides an overview of the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) Low...
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Issue 04 | Intersections
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Webinar Recording: Equity and Mobility in Design
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Published: Trends in Urban Planning - What’s on the horizon for our cities?
General Manager of Urban Planning & Environmental Services Tom Young discusses four emerging trends in urban planning for the Resource Management Law Association of New Zealand
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