PDF version of schedule available here.

Planning in Kingston – Planning Processes
Sept. 18
Lance Thurston and Departmental staff, Department of Community Development Services, City of Kingston

Overview of Social and Physical Planning Issues in Kingston
Sept. 25
Helen Cooper, Former Mayor of Kingston, currently with the Ministry of Community and Social Services

Oct. 2 Yom Kippur – NO CLASS

Oct. 10 Thanksgiving – Holiday Monday – NO CLASS

Greenfields and Brownfields: Suburban and Urban Planning and Development in Kingston
Oct. 16
David Gordon, School of Urban and Regional Planning, Queen’s University and Joe Davis, Department of Community Development Services, City of Kingston

Social Planning
Oct. 23
Hersh Sehdev, Kingston Community Health Centres and Board member, Kingston and District Social Planning Council

Homelessness in Kingston
Oct. 30
Linda Stevens, Homelessness Services Coordinator, City of Kingston and Terri Fleming, Ryandale Shelter

Health Planning
Nov. 6
Paul Huras, Executive Director, Local Health Integration Network

Mental Health Issues in Kingston
Nov. 13
Vicki Huehn, Frontenac Mental Health Services

Engaging the Public in Planning the Urban Environment
Nov. 20
Sue Cumming, Consultant, Toronto


2 Responses to “Schedule”

  1. No Class on October 2nd and 10th at Free Queen’s Says:

    […] This is just a reminder that there will be no class on Monday October 2nd due to Yom Kippur and no class on Monday October 10th due to Thanksgiving. Classes will resume on Monday October 16th with David Gordon and Joe Davis speaking about Greenfields and Brownfields in Kingston. More information on this class as well as the schedule for the rest of the term can be found here. […]

  2. Carmelina Cataldo Says:

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