Find out more information about how you can contribute to Future Plans.
SUBMIT AN ARTICLE
We are currently looking for article submissions for our 2019 issue of Future Plans!
Requirements for all Articles:
You must submit by 6:00 pm PST Sunday, July 14, 2019
You must show that at least one of the authors is a student, alumni, or faculty member of a nationally accredited Planning program
You must follow the requirements, style guide and article templates found below
You must submit your article to with "Future Plans Submission" in the subject line
You must identify the type of article you are submitting in your email (Academic, Perspective, Exploration, etc.)
Can be any length and on any Planning topic you chose
Must be similar to an academic article
CULTURE, EXPLORATION, & HAPPENINGS
These articles and submissions must be shorter length (maximum 5 pages)
They should be focused on innovative ideas, current events, up coming or past events, etc.
Some examples of acceptable content are: short and engaging articles, photographs, poetry, manifestos
These articles can be any length
Must be on technical topics such as policies, frameworks, legal rulings, etc.
APPLY TO BE A REVIEWER
We are currently looking for peer-reviewers for our 2019 issue of Future Plans and any future publications!
You must be a professional or academic working with or researching Planning related topics
You must be a full or candidate member of the Canadian Institute of Planners or another national planning association
You must submit your CV to with "Future Plans Peer-Reviewer" in the subject line
Please identify your area(s) of expertise
CURRENT PEER REVIEWERS
Kalle Hakala RPP MCIP M.PL
Kristy McConnel MCRP ENV SP (MCIP Candidate)
Kyle Y. Whitfield PhD RPP M.Sc MCIP
Matthew Neville MaHS LPP MCIP
Mohsen Alavi Ph.D. MPl, MUP, PMP, BSc. Eng (Member of OPPI/CIP)
Victor Ngo MAP MCIP