The Canadian Landscape Charter Goes on a Road Trip in 2019 - Sponsored by Equiparc
Are you interested in discussing the Canadian Landscape Charter? Its applicability? Its reach?
Join Jean Landry in discussion during the Canadian Landscape Charter Tour Sessions, in partnership with CSLA component associations and Universities across Canada, to learn about the Charter and participate in an ongoing conversation about the recognition, management, protection, and celebration of Canada’s landscapes.
Brought to you by Equiparc, our generous tour sponsor:
The third instalment of the Canadian Landscape Portfolio aimed at illustrating the landscapes of our dreams by soliciting images from our members which showed an exceptional intervention in our landscapes. In these times of environmental and social uncertainties, landscape architects can turn to the landscapes of our dreams to express the principles in the Charter.
Stay tuned for presentation dates and locations post-COVID!
VIRTUALLY, VIA AAPQ: March 13th, 2020, during the virtual AAPQ annual general meeting
WINNIPEG: March 15th, 2020, at Fort Gibraltar, Great Hall
REGINA: June 17th, 2019 the Stantec Boardroom
SASKATOON: June 18th, 2019 at the City of Saskatoon, Civic Square East
YELLOWKNIFE: July 5th, 2019 in Yellowknife.
UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL: September 16th, 2019, in the Pavillon de la Faculté de l’aménagement
CALGARY: October 5th, 2019, at the City Building Design Lab (UofC SAPL)
TRURO : Friday, October 25th, 2019, at Dalhousie University Bible Hill-Truro Campus (Photos below by Wendy Graham)
About Jean Landry
Jean Landry completed a B.A.P. in Landscape Architecture at the Université de Montréal, an MBA at Athabasca University and a short Master’s program at the “Université du Québec” in “Urban Economic Development and Management. He has spent the greatest part of his almost 40 year career as a landscape architect or as a manager, first at the Montreal Botanical Garden and later at the Urban Planning Department. He was directly involved in the planning and execution of Montréal’s first pedestrian-friendly streets, the development of the Blue and Green Networks and the first green roof on a public building. His specialty and main interest was stakeholder participation, highlighting a global vision complemented by strategic thinking that sought to effectively translate ideas into “real places” that could be lived in and savoured by all. For the last ten years, he dedicated himself to contributing to his regional association (AAPQ) and the CSLA where he is a current Board member and served as the Coordinator and Champion for the Canadian Landscape Charter and the Canadian Landscape Portfolio project.