City Planning major degree projects include both thesis and practicums.
Recent Major Degree Projects
Gilmore, Ryan J. MCP
Industrial Land Intensification: What Is It and How Can It Be Measured?
Hayer, Rakvinder MCP
Collaborative Planning with New Immigrants
McRae, Kelly MCP
Housing Strategies for Growth in Neepawa, Manitoba: A Planning Perspective on Preparing for New Immigrants
Penelton, Kayla MCP
Planning to Partner with Nature: Regenerative Development and Design in North America
Rempel, Lea MCP
Caring for Those Who Once Cared for Us: Dementia-Friendly Planning for a Winnipeg, Manitoba Winter
Scarola, Vanessa MCP
Reaching the Unreachable: Social Planning in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and Winnipeg's North End, Canada
Wang, Keke MCP
Retrofitting Green Infrastructure for Urban Stormwater Management: A Proposal and Recommendations for the Xiamen Urban Context
The Case-in-Points archived here are the products of collaborative case study research, by each student and a professional practitioner, conducted within the context of the capstone Professional Planning Practice course. Especially notable Cases-in-Point are recognized through a Manitoba Professional Planners Institute (MPPI) Awards Program. The projects are often presented at the annual “Taking the Pulse of Practice” event co-sponsored by MPPI.
Recent Case-in-point Projects:
Copping, Rebecca (in collaboration with Veronica Hicks, MCP, MCIP, Senior Project Manager, MMM Group): Urban Renewal Planning in Winnipeg: Looking at the role of planners and stakeholders in the SHED
Intertas, Mark (in collaboration with Tom Janzen, MSc. Planning, CentreVenture): A Story in Placemaking: Creating a multi-cultural space through engagement and design in Winnipeg's Central Park
Blackie, Erica (in collaboration with Jason Granger, MCP and Tricia Wasney, M. Land Arch, Winnipeg Arts Council): Learning from withArt: the role of art and art making in collaborative planning)