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Peer Learning & Alumni Networking (PLAN) Connector Program Recap

Peer Learning & Alumni Networking (PLAN) Connector Program Recap

The fourth annual MYPAC Planning Alumni Network (PLAN) Connector Program successfully wrapped up in June, marking another year of successful mentorship and professional growth. This year the program brought together 13 mentorship pairs consisting of current MES students and esteemed MES alumni mentors, who volunteered their time and expertise. Launched in 2021, the PLAN Connector

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Alana Jones

Alana Jones

About Alana Jones Alana Jones is the Founder and Executive Director at Borden Place Inc. We caught up with Alana, who shared with us her experience at EUC and her journey post-graduation, which includes forming Borden Place Inc., her own registered non-profit charitable organization formed out of community advocacy and necessity. Their vision was simple:

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Jurisdiction Back: Infrastructure beyond Extractivism

Jurisdiction Back: Infrastructure beyond Extractivism

Co-Principal Investigators: Dayna Nadine Scott and Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark Funding: SSHRC Partnership Grant Term: 2021-2027 Resource conflicts and legal uncertainties have dominated the political landscape over the last decade; conflicts over extraction and its infrastructures have intensified, catalyzing a fierce Indigenous resurgence. As the research team conceived this project, hereditary leaders were blocking a pipeline

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The Banana Fish Project by Michael Bradley

The Banana Fish Project by Michael Bradley

Exhibit at Zig Zag Gallery: June 3rd, 2024 - August 15th, 2024 The Banana Fish Project is a character art series by artist Michael Bradley. Using his banana fish characters as the focus of his master’s project, he imagines brighter futures and alternative ways of living through painting, sculpture, prints, and picture books. The current

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Rabia Munir

Rabia Munir

About Rabia Munir Rabia is currently working as Associate Development Manager at GWL Realty Advisors. She has experience with urban planning, quantitative and qualitative research, and building construction. Rabia draws on past projects and education to develop creative solutions to contemporary projects. Could you share how you decided on the stream that you’d be focusing

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Barbara Rahder

Barbara Rahder

Professor Emerita Former Dean Senior Scholar Credentials BSc (1974), Portland State University (Psychology)MSc (1977), University of TorontoPhD (1985), University of Toronto Research Keywords Community-based planning. Contact Information rahder@yorku.ca