UTown@UBC hosts programs and services at UBC that support the needs of the campus community. Do you have an idea for a project that would foster community building and connectedness on campus or in the Musqueam community?
APPLY NOW for the UTown@UBC’s $1,000 Community Grant by February 10th! For more information, grant eligibility, and previous projects visit their site!
Interested in Indigenous Community Planning as a career? UBC offers courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels through the School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP). The program gives students the opportunity to complete an Indigenous Community Planning (ICP) concentration, to learn more visit the ICP site.
Already enrolled with SCARP and looking for resources? Here’s a few titles to get you started.
- Decolonizing Planning: Experiences with Urban Aboriginal Communities and First Nations edited by Ian Skelton. Find me at UBC Library!
- Vancouver Dialogues: First Nations, Urban Aboriginal and Immigrant Communities by Zool Suleman. Find me at UBC Library!
- Community-Based Development Planning in Native Communities: a Resource Book for Community Organizers by Art Napolean. Find me at UBC Library!