Ebrahim, one of our PYP researchers, entered two of his applications into competitions run by the OGC and GeoAlberta over the summer and came away with first place in the OGC student app challenge 2013, and first and second place in the
In an earlier post I had discussed property rights and obligations that an owner acquires upon purchasing land. However, when they choose to develop land they can encounter some resistance from the local community as is evident in the Shaw-Nee Park development introduced in the initial post. Today I […]
There was an interesting article in last weeks local paper suggesting the need to protect a private golf course from future redevelopment. The article refers to the redevelopment of the now closed Shaw-Nee Slopes Golf Course which was purchased by GeoEnergy Enterprises Ltd. in 2009, […]
A recent article in Macleans commented on the proliferation of roundabouts in Canada, and the ability that they have to scare seniors. The article outlines many great reasons for making use of roundabouts as opposed to more conventional intersection designs commonly found in Canada, i.e., the four-way stop, and the T intersection. […]
It has taken longer than anticipated but we have finally completed the report from last month’s workshop. The main objective of the workshop was to finalize priorities for the project.
The top priority identified by the participants was communication. Participants agreed that it is imperative that all stakeholders be engaged in the use and application […]