This is a summary of the community planning experiences of some First Nations, Inuit and Northern communities across Canada. Although their circumstances were different, all the communities were faced with a need for significant change that required comprehensive thinking and planning for the future.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, and Public Works and Government Services Canada Client Service.
Cities & Environment Unit, Architecture & Planning Dalhousie University
The Cities and Environment Unit at Dalhousie University is a community planning and applied action research group that has done significant work in Comprehensive Community Planning. This website outlines many of their projects and publications on CCP.
Developed in partnership with Okanagan, Lytton, Squiala, We Wai Kai (Cape Mudge) and Yekooche First Nations, as well as the First Nations/INAC Comprehensive Community Planning Working Group (2006). This is the official guidebook to Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP). It outlines the steps that help First Nations communities create and implement comprehensive community plans.