The City of Kingston, Ontario, was namedOrganization of the Year,while the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer tookProject of the Yearhonours, as well as the award forRespect for Diversity, Inclusion and Culture. Those two winners will go up against Organizations and Projects of the Year from the rest of the IAP2 world: winners of the international awards will be announced in Australia in October.
Context - an Argyle Company was a double-award winner:Indigenous Engagement,andCreativity and Innovation; The City of Calgary was co-winner ofCreativity and Innovation;CitySpaces won forVisual Engagement. Read about all the winners here.
IAP2 OCTOBER LEARNING WEBINAR
“Projects of the Year” - October 8, 2019, 11am PDT (2pm EDT). Hear from Anila Sunnak of the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (pictured, between Board members Catherine Rockandel and Mark Weir), on how they revised Canada’s Cancer Treatment Strategy while ensuring the “underserviced” were heard from.
And from south of the border, Francesca Patricolo of the Portland (Oregon) Bureau of Transportation will share how they developed an engagement plan to improve and equalize conditions for pedestrians in all parts of the Rose City. Register here.
SAVE THIS DATE: IAP2 CANADA SKILLS SYMPOSIUM
The annual opportunity to educate, energize and network is set for May 4 - 8 in Regina, Saskatchewan. Watch for course descriptions and registration information, coming soon!