This course explores the application of planning law in the field of community design. The course introduces students to the legal processes and statutory requirements for land use planning in Canada, with particular reference to Nova Scotia.
Students will develop a thesis proposal for their honours thesis. The course will review appropriate research methods and guide the students through background research, literature synthesis, methods development and proposal writing.
Training and Certificates
Government of Canada
Course provided through Women and Gender Equality Canada.
OCAP (Ownership, Control, Access, and Possession) is a training program offered in partnership between the First Nations Information and Governance Centre and Algonquin College.
Offered by the Centre for Teaching and Learning at Western University.