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Planning Students Conference

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At the request of the organizers: no, I won’t be going and I received nothing for doing this


Canadian Association of Planning Students 2012 Conference and AGM – PLANNING HORIZONS:The Edge, Future, and Potential of Planning

Dates: February 2nd – 4th 2012


Location: Vancouver, British Columbia – Simon Fraser University’s Downtown Campus, Harbour Centre (515 West Hastings Street)





The national CAPS-ACÉAU conference is the premier event for planning students from across Canada. Join us in 2012 in the beautiful and inspiring setting of Vancouver, BC for a three day conference to share your research and projects, network with planning students and professionals from across Canada and the Pacific Northwest, and explore leading planning initiatives in the Greater Vancouver region.

Keynote speakers include: Larry Beasley, Julian Agyeman, and Gordon Price. See our complete program online.

Call for Student Presenters: Deadline Extended to Jan.13th 2012!

The priority of CAPS-ACÉAU is to provide students with an opportunity to present their research in a professional conference setting. Prizes will also be awarded for those students recognized by their peers as giving the top presentations. In addition, our professional development sessions will provide practical planning skills as you prepare for your career as a planner.

Conference Registration & Fees


  • Three day registration $85*

($69* Presenter rate)

  • One day price $50

  • Three day registration $150
  • One day price $100


*taxes/service fee may apply

Discounts for air travel and accommodation are available to delegates, details online.


Detailed conference information available at:

For more information, please contact:

Written by Stephen Rees

January 5, 2012 at 8:45 am

Posted in Urban Planning

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