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Turner Drake & Partners Ltd.
6182 North Street
Halifax, N.S.
B3K 1P5
Canada

Tel.: (902) 429-1811
Toll Free: (800) 567-3033
Fax.: (902) 429-1891

Suite 221
12 Smythe Street
Saint John, N.B.
E2L 5G5
Canada
Tel.: (506) 634-1811

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109 Richmond Street
Charlottetown, P.E.
C1A 1H7
Canada
Tel.: (902) 368-1811

35 York Street
St. John's, N.L.
A1C 5M3
Canada
Tel.: (709) 722-1811

4th Floor
111 Queen Street East
Toronto, ON.
M5C 1S2
Tel.: (416) 504-1811

E-Mail: tdp@turnerdrake.com
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Planning Division


The Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) is the national governing body of the planning profession. Planners who are full members, meeting combined educational and experience requirements, may use the title "Member of the Canadian Institute of Planners" (MCIP).
www.cip-icu.ca


The Atlantic Planners Institute (API) is the local Affiliate of CIP, covering the four Atlantic Provinces. It has local branches which govern the profession in each province: New Brunswick Association of Planners, Licensed Professional Planners Association of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island Association of Planners, and Newfoundland and Labrador Branch Atlantic Planners Institute.
www.atlanticplanners.org


The Licensed Professional Planners Association of Nova Scotia (LPPANS) is the provincial branch of API and licenses professional planners based in that province. Only members in good standing with both LPPANS and CIP are issued licenses. Licensed members may use the title "Licensed Professional Planner" (LPP) and their conduct is controlled by the NS Professional Planners Act and the LPPANS Bylaw.
www.lppans.ca


The Canadian Association of Certified Planning Technicians is a non-profit, self-governing body dedicated to maintaining high standards for Planning Technicians and other related planning professionals nationally. Full members meeting combined technical educational and experience requirements use the title "Certified Planning Technician" (CPT).
www.cacpt.org


Nova Scotia Municipal Affairs is the provincial department responsible for supporting municipal planning efforts, administering the planning system as set out in the Municipal Government Act, and issuing Statements of Provincial Interest. In addition, their website contains many useful resources related to planning.
www.novascotia.ca/dma/planning.asp


The Prince Edward Island Department of Finance, Energy and Municipal Affairs is the provincial department responsible for planning in areas where municipal planning is not in effect, supporting municipalities that take on planning efforts, and administering the planning system as set out in the Planning Act. Their website contains many useful resources related to planning.
www.gov.pe.ca/mapp/


The New Brunswick Department of Environment and Local Government is the provincial department responsible for supporting planning efforts at the local level, administering the planning system as set out in the Community Planning Act, and issuing Provincial Policy. Their website contains many useful resources related to planning and local governance.
www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/departments/elg/local_government.html


The Newfoundland & Labrador Department of Municipal and Intergovernmental Affairs is the provincial department responsible for supporting planning efforts at the local level, partnering to develop regional plans, administering the planning system as set out in the Urban and Rural Planning Act, and issuing Provincial Policy.
www.miga.gov.nl.ca/department/branches/divisions/landuse_planning.html