Welcome to the Planning Institute of British Columbia!

The Planning Institute of British Columbia (PIBC) is the professional association of planners in British Columbia and the Yukon. PIBC is the westernmost affiliate of the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) – the national association.

Professional members of PIBC are forward thinking individuals who work in both the public and private sectors, in many different fields of planning – including land-use and development, municipal and regional planning, resource and environmental management, policy planning and law, heritage conservation, transportation planning, economic development, urban design, and more…

Fully qualified professional, or Certified members, of PIBC in good standing have the exclusive right and privilege to utilize the professional title 'Registered Professional Planner' and designation 'RPP' in British Columbia. They may also use the designation 'MCIP' to indicate their professional status nationally with the Canadian Institute of Planners.

Professional planners use their knowledge, skills and experience to help shape more livable, sustainable communities and environments.

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Institute News

PIBC 2015 Annual Conference - Beyond Borders
Join Us! PIBC 2015 – Seattle – Beyond Borders – the annual conference of the Planning Institute of British Columbia (PIBC) – will be held April 16th... > read more
2014 CRRF Conference - Presentations Now Available!
Presentations from the 2014 CRRF New Realities, New Relationships Conference are now posted at http://www.crrf.ca/?page_id=3966.  Download and... > read more

Latest Jobs

Canada Lands Company Ltd. – Senior Director, Real Estate (British Columbia)
   Canada Lands Company (Canada Lands) is a highly innovative real estate investor, developer and asset manager with projects across Canada. As a self-financed, arms-length federal Crown Corporation... > read more
District of Saanich – Subdivision Coordinator
Regular Full Time Position   The District of Saanich is one of the four core municipalities within the Capital Regional District. The community is home to 114,000 citizens and is comprised of urban,... > read more