Canadian Institute of Planners recruiting for Indigenous Peoples Planning Committee

This is directed to members of the CIP, but you may be interested in knowing about it or encouraging any planners you know to apply.


Positions available: CIP Indigenous Peoples Planning Committee

The Indigenous Peoples Planning Committee is seeking new members to join and help to advance planning education and practice, raise awareness of the profession, and ensure that the planning profession has a voice and influence on a wide range of planning related topics.

The recruitment notice and Terms of Reference are available on CIP's website.

The deadline for responses is FRIDAY, June 26th at 4:00pm EST.

Inquiries or expressions of interest should be directed to: Anissia Nasr, Administrative Assistant, National and International Affairs at

from the Recruitment notice:

The Canadian Institute of Planners’ (CIP) Indigenous Peoples Planning Committee exists, among other reasons, to:

a. Champion and lead progress and change in the planning practice relevant to Indigenous Peoples;

b. Address issues of importance to the planning process and/or the public interest as it pertains to Indigenous Peoples;

c. Assure linkages are made, as appropriate, between CIP and various agencies that affect planning for Indigenous Peoples (i.e., Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, etc.)

Committee members are needed with a wide range of professional expertise and familiarity with Indigenous People opportunities and issues, as they relate to the following specific topics: