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Our Gift to You - the 2020 Year-at-a-Glance: 

this handy one-pager shows you what’s coming up in 2020! Print it off for easy reference. Put it on your fridge; pin it to your corkboard; a lot of exciting things are coming up, and we wouldn’t want you to miss anything!


Notre cadeau pour vous : un aperçu de l’année 2020. Ce document d’une page très pratique vous informe de tout ce qui aura lieu en 2020! Imprimez-le afin de pouvoir le consulter facilement. Apposez-le sur votre frigo ou affichez-le sur votre babillard, de nombreux événements intéressants sont prévus et nous voulons nous assurer que vous ne les manquerez pas!


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2020 IAP2 Skills Symposium

From May 4 - 8, 2020, the 2020 IAP2 Canada Skills Symposium will be taking place in Regina. This annual training event is a special time for P2 practitioners; five days to educate, engage and empower each other while mastering new tools and techniques in the company of like-minded colleagues!

Join us at the 2020 Skills Symposium. Take advantage of early bird pricing through March 6, 2020



Register now for the 2020 IAP2 North American Conference!

All roads lead to Banff, Alberta where we will be hosting the 2020 IAP2 North American Conference on September 9 - 11, 2020. You will leave the 2020 conference rejuvenated, and inspired by speakers, colleagues, and awe inspiring views. We hope you join us!

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Are you interested in presenting at the 2020 IAP2 North American Conference? Call for proposals will now open!

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Appel de propositions pour la conférence nord-américaine 2020 de l'AIP2 (Banff) Cliquez ici pour plus d'infos

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IAP2 February Learning Webinar 

Talking to Planners and Engineers about P2

Tues. Feb. 18,2020 11:00am Pacific (2pm Eastern)

In your public engagement practice, do you find that the hardest people to bring onside are your own staff -- the planners and engineers? Kylie Cochrane, head of public engagement with Aurecon, the international planning and design advisory group (and currently president of IAP2 International), has a lot of experience in talking to the experts. She'll share some ideas on how to convince them that it's "OK to let go".


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