Alberta Association, Canadian Institute of Planners

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Alberta Association, Canadian Institute of Planners

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The Alberta Association, Canadian Institute of Planners (AACIP) is the professional association of private and public sector planners and academics practicing in Alberta, the Northwest Territories, and Nunavut. AACIP is an affiliate of the national organization, the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP). CIP and its affiliates promote excellence in planning. It sets membership standards, enforces a code of professional conduct, reviews university programs and provides continuing education to its members. Under the provisions of the Professional and Occupational Associations Registration Act of Alberta, persons holding full Membership in the Association are legally entitled to use the designation Alberta Community Planner - ACP. In pursuit of their objectives, the Association holds numerous public and associational events regarding planning. The Association offers four types of membership: Member, Provisional, Student, and Associate. A President, Past President, President Elect, Treasurer, Secretary, a Public Member, and Student Representative govern the Association. The Association also publishes a newsletter, The AACIP News.

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