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Planning Samples eBinder: Lessons Learned

  1. Getting Ready

  2. Planning

  3. Lessons Learned
    Reviewing lessons learned can provide insight on the strengths and weaknesses of the planning process and enable a community to refine its ongoing efforts to engage the broader community in planning process. Taking time to reflect on process at key points during the process can help to identify when changes or additions need to me made to ensure that the goals of the planning process and the participants of the process are met. Click on a link below to view the sample;

    1. Review of Process
      1. Dawson Creek Sustainable Community, City of Dawson Creek
      2. Canmore A Natural Step Case Study, TNS Canada
      3. District of North Vancouver A Natural Step Case Study, TNS Canada
      4. The Link Between: Culture and Sustainability in Municipal Planning, Stanborough 2011
  4. Further Resources

Program Vision

Smart Planning for Communities: creating stronger more vibrant and sustainable communities in British Columbia.

Our Work

Smart Planning for Communities (SPC) is a BC-wide collaborative initiative to assist local and First Nations governments in addressing their long-term sustainability challenges by providing resources and tools for planning socially, culturally, economically and environmentally sustainable communities. Learn more about our services…

Advisory Group

To provide future strategic oversight and direction
for Smart Planning for Communities program, a specialized advisory group including funders, experts in community sustainability planning and implementation will guide the SPC Program with the necessary strategic and operational guidance over the next three years. 

Reach Us

We’re close at hand and happy to help! See our Smart Planning for Communities Contacts page to connect with facilitators and other program staff.

SPC is a program of the Fraser Basin Council, a charitable non-profit society that works to advance sustainability in the Fraser River Basin and across BC.

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