Saskatchewan Professional Planners Institute (SPPI) at a Glance
SPPI (formally Association of Professional Community Planners of Saskatchewan) was incorporated in 1963 by enactment of ‘The Community Planning Profession Act.‘
The goals of the Institute are:
To ensure to the public the proficiency and competence of professional community planners in the practice of professional community planning
To promote and improve the proficiency and competence of professional community planners in any matter relating to professional community planning
To do all or any of such things as may promote the usefulness of professional community planners to the public. SPPI is an affiliate of the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP)
Regulations & Bylaws
The University of Saskatchewan offers a CIP–recognized undergraduate program called the Regional and Urban Planning (RUP) program. In 1993, the Work Study Program was introduced to the RUP program offered at the University of Saskatchewan. Employers who may offer work-study positions should contact the Professional Development Committee for further information.