Beringia Awards

Beringia Community Planning is a dynamic, award-winning, participatory-based planning organization that specializes in Indigenous community planning, including First Nations strategic and comprehensive community planning (CCP). Below are some of the awards that recognize Beringia’s work in the field of planning and working with communities.

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IAP2 Award for Indigenous Engagement- Liard Aboriginal Women’s Society for the Youth for Safety project. Read more at IAP2Canada and see video about project.


School of Community and Regional Planning and Musqueam Indian Band
IAP2 Project of the Year: Indigenous Engagement – School of Community and Regional Planning & Musqueam Indian Band (2016) – Read more at IAP2Canada and a press release from UBC’s SCARP Program

Realestate Foundation of BC
Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia’s Land Awards Finalist, Indigenous Community Planning Program, UBC School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) & Musqueam Indian Band (2016) – Read more on the Real Estate Foundation’s website

iap2  2015 CIP award
International Association for Public Participation, Canada – 2015 – the Core Value Award for Project Category Indigenous Engagement 2015 and the Project of the Year Award 2015 for Our Healing Journey: Pikangikum First Nation’s Comprehensive Community Health Plan

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Canadian Institute of Planners Award for Planning Excellence – Category: Aboriginal Community Planning and Development – 2015Our Healing Journey: Pikangikum First Nation’s Comprehensive Community Health Plan

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Canadian Institute of Planners Award for Planning Excellence – Category: Aboriginal Community Planning and Development – 2014 Working It Out Together: Pikangikum First Nation’s Community Health Planning Needs Assessment

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Canadian Institute of Planners Award for Planning Excellence – Category: Planning Publications –
2013
A Path Forward: A Regional Planning Toolkit (led by EcoPlan International)


Union of BC Municipalities Excellent Awards – Category: Civic Engagement –  2011
News Release from the City of Campbell River
City of Campbell River OCP Process – Planning and Governance Strategy Policy Chapter

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Canadian Institute of Planners Awards for Planning Excellence – Category: Planning For and Develop of Aboriginal Communities – 2011Can You Hear the Drum Beat? Our 10 Year Vision for Health and Healing, Liard First Nation


Planning Institute of British Columbia Award for Planning Excellence – Category: Rural/Small Town Planning – 2011
Comprehensive Sustainable Community Development Plan for the Musqueam Nation (led by EcoPlan International)

Canadian Institute of Planners Award for Planning Excellence – Category: Rural/Small Town Planning – 2007
Gwa-Yas-Dums Village: From Crisis to Hope (Hith-Alsi-Lax-Gwa-Yas-Dums), Comprehensive Community Plan for The Kwikwasut’inuxu Haxwa’mis First Nation (led by EcoPlan International)

Planning Institute of British Columbia Award for Planning Excellence – Category: Comprehensive Community Planning – 2007
Gwa-Yas-Dums Village: From Crisis to Hope (Hith-Alsi-Lax-Gwa-Yas-Dums, Comprehensive Community Plan for The Kwikwasut’inuxu Haxwa’mis First Nation (led by EcoPlan International)

Canadian Institute of Planners Award for Planning Excellence – Category: Economic Planning – 2007
Promoting Economic Development through Strategic Planning Development and Implementation of an Action-Oriented Training Manual and Resource Guide (prepared by EcoPlan International & UN Habitat)

Society for the Preservation of American Indian Culture: Lynn Reyer Research Award (2001)
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