Planning

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Planning requires vision. Imagine trying to solve a jigsaw puzzle without the picture on the box! Our seasoned professionals guide and facilitate during the planning process. We help clients understand how communities and landscapes work so they can figure out how many pieces the puzzle has and what the picture on the jigsaw puzzle might look like. We especially like helping people discover how to manage and influence change in a positive way.

We have the technical expertise necessary to complete the assignment efficiently and effectively drawing on the multi-disciplined skills of our staff and consulting associates. We are creative and entrepreneurial, practical and solution oriented. Our working philosophy is based on stewardship and citizenship helping people understand the consequences associated with the choices we all make and our responsibility to future generations.

We start from the moral imperative that none of us has the right to mortgage our children's future. Rather we have a stewardship responsibility and ecological ethic that underpins the way we work. We look at resolving today's problems in the context of preserving opportunities for future choices. Whether we are designing subdivisions, writing policies or crafting regulations our objective is to add value. Our goal is to help others reach for the stars and achieve their dreams. We are also strategic thinkers, pragmatists who look for simple, creative solutions and measurable results.

View some of our previous work below:

Planning

Pehdzeh Ki Ndeh Tourism Values Study

Pehdzeh Ki Ndeh

Project Description

 Research was conducted in the community of Wrigley, NWT to gather resident feedback on the proposed Pehdzeh Ki Ndeh Protected Area. The study analyzed the regional tourism potential and sought community feedback through personal interviews and a questionnaire.

Client:

 Pehdzeh Ki First Nation & CPAWS NWT

Whitehorse Area Tourism Plan

Whitehorse Tourism Plan

Project Description

The plan focused on developing a government, private and non-profit sector partnership to create a single integrated community tourism plan. The project team worked with a Steering Committee and used several innovative techniques including an individual picture taking exercise to foster group participation. The majority of recommendations and priorities for action have subsequently been implemented.

Client:

 Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce

Silver Trail Tourism Plan

Silver Trail Tourism Plan

Project Description

The Silver Trail Tourism Plan provides a framework for action, setting out how businesses, government, and other organizations can work co-operatively towards a common tourism development goal over the next 5 years. It reviews progress made on the 1989 Plan, the region’s current assets, main tourism planning issues and the opportunities or constraints that will affect future industry growth.

Client:

 Government of Yukon

Campbell Highway and South Canol Road Interpretive Plan

Campbell Highway Interpretive Plan

Project Description

Inukshuk completed a Yukon-wide framework for highway interpretive signage in 1995. The following year a corridor plan for the Robert Campbell Highway and South Canol Road was completed. The Campbell Highway stretches 583 km between Watson Lake and Carmacks while the South Canol Road is 220 km long.

Client:

 Government of Yukon