Saskatchewan Professional Planners Institute (SPPI). An affiliate of the Canadian Institute of Planners.
Canadian Commission for UNESCO. The Canadian Commission for UNESCO operates under the aegis of the Canada Council for the Arts. Its role is to act as a forum for governments and civil society, and to mobilize the participation of Canadian organizations and committed individuals in UNESCO's mandated areas: education, natural and social sciences, culture and communication and information. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is the only member of the United Nations System to have National Commissions performing this role in its Member States. Lenore Swystun sits as a member of the Sectoral Commission on Culture, Communication and Information.
Canadian Institute of Planners: The Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) is a collaborative national federation that advances professional planning excellence through the delivery of membership and public services in Canada and abroad.
Heritage Saskatchewan, including news and information on heritage of all kinds in Saskatchewan: Heritage Saskatchewan welcomes you to the Saskatchewan heritage community. This diverse community is comprised of individuals, organizations and businesses representing natural history, cultural traditions, genealogy, archeology, architectural heritage, libraries, museums, history, folklore, archives, and more ... all joined to enrich and preserve our provincial heritage.
Heritage Canada the National Trust: Formerly the Heritage Canada Foundation, is a national charity that inspires and leads action to save historic places, and promotes the care and wise use of our historic environment. Our sites, projects and programs enhance community and quality of life and inspire Canadians to identify, conserve, use, celebrate and value their heritage buildings, landscapes, natural areas and communities for present and future generations.
Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC). The mission of IPAC is to promote excellence in public service.
Intercultural Association of Canada (ICA) Associates Inc. ICA Associates Inc. Is a unique facilitation and training organization providing effective participatory skills to people across Canada. Their mission is to enhance people's capacity to participate.
Regional and Urban Planning Program at the University of Saskatchewan: The Regional and Urban Planning (RUP) Program is accredited by the Saskatchewan Professional Planners Institute and the Canadian Institute of Planners and is one of only two professionally accredited undergraduate planning programs in western Canada. It is also one of the longest established planning degrees in Canada.
SaskCulture, including capacity-building grants for municipalities and cultural organizations: The Municipal Cultural Engagement and Planning Grant (MCEP) available through SaskCulture aims to support Saskatchewan municipalities and First Nation Bands wanting to explore for the creative and cultural potential of their community through cultural engagement and planning initiatives.
Saskatchewan Economic Development Association (SEDA): SEDA is a non-profit association for those engaged in community economic development throughout Saskatchewan. During those years, we have witnessed the evolution of economic development into what is now an inclusive process that encompasses a variety of activities performed both at the community and regional level and within a global arena. From community economic development and social enterprise to international trade and investment, SEDA works consistently to support practitioners and community leaders in all paths of economic development.
Saskatchewan Environmental Industry and Managers Association (SEIMA): SEIMA was incorporated in 1994 by a group of volunteers who worked in environmental management. It is a provincial association of companies and individuals within the environment industry whose members consist of environmental companies and environmental managers from various economic sectors such as mining, forestry, agriculture and governments as well as product and service providers to the industry. This diversity of membership is one of SEIMA’s greatest strengths as it creates linkages between the environmental industry, industries that are concerned about their environmental impact and government agencies that are responsible for environmental regulations or business development within the environmental sector. SEIMA facilitates exchange of information and ideas among these members and other industry contacts.
Spacing Magazine – Canadian Urbanism Uncovered: Spacing is one of the most unique magazines to appear on Canadian newsstands in years. The magazine uncovers the joys, obstacles and politics of Canada’s big cities by cutting through the cynicism that often pervades any discussion about urban issues. Spacing pushes readers to think critically about how they can shape the public spaces that surround their everyday lives.