July 4, 2018

The Preliminary Program for the 2018 Conference is now available! See below for what you can expect at this years conference! 2018 Preliminary Program

May 1, 2018

Find below the SPPI Position Paper #2 on Cannabis Legalization in Saskatchewan. SPPI Position Paper No. 2 – Cannabis Legalization 

April 12, 2018

The SPPI Conference Committee would like to invite proposals for presentations. The conference will be taking place in Saskatoon, September 17 – 18 and will provide an opportunity for everyone to showcase ‘Partners in Planning’ and how together we build our communities. Submissions from a variety of professionals that work in the broad spectrum of…

February 23, 2018

Save the Date! We are seeking presenters and delegates for the 2018 Conference to be held September 17-18 in Saskatoon. Students, municipal employees, consultants, and academics from all related professions are invited! We are seeking presentations by our “Partners in Planning” to present on topics such as: Municipal Administration; Collaboration; Challenges and Innovation; Service Provision;…

December 11, 2017

SPPI’s Position Paper No. 1 on the National Housing Strategy  

December 11, 2017

Find below handouts that were available at the recent Duty to Consult SPPI workshop. Engagement Advice for Consultants Proponent Handbook SPPI Handouts

November 28, 2017

At the recent SPPI workshop, The Duty to Consult in Saskatchewan, participants expressed interest in the below communications guide. Thank you for sharing the information, City of Saskatoon! City of Saskatoon Engagement Guide

September 27, 2017

Excellence in Planning: City of Prince Albert, Project Planning group and Community Fraser-Gatrell Memorial Award – Distinguished Contribution to Planning: Kelley Moore, MA, MCIP, RPP Fraser-Gatrell Memorial Award – Citizens Planning Award: Ryan Domoter Andy Campbell Award: Carissa Donaldson

September 13, 2017

The SPPI Conference Program has been finalized. Check out the Interesting Innovation Program below: Intersecting Innovation Program

July 11, 2017

The PLAN 413 Work Study Program is a voluntary, non-paid work placement that provides 3rd and 4th year RUP students with valuable planning experience. We invite you to apply to host a student(s) in the upcoming Fall term. If you are interested in hosting please fill out this Application Form and send to Eric MacDougall,…