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COLLABOR ATORS | COLLABOR ATEURS excellence 2011 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 FAYE LANGMAID [1], BLA, MPA, FCSLA, MCIP, has focused professionally on municipal work for the last 25 years. Faye is the recipient of many awards from the CSLA, CIP and other agencies. She currently deals primarily with environmental assessments, and the protection of agricultural and natural landscapes. Faye serves as grants chair of the LACF and a director of the Ontario Parks Association Foundation, and she is involved with the Waterfront and Trails Advisory Committee in her home town. JILL ROBERTSON [2], OALA, is a landscape architect, arborist, and LEED green associate, who divides her time between conquering the world of landscape architecture, raising an equally ambitious toddler, and project managing the impending arrival of another little person. If she is not working or at home, you may find her sitting on the APALA Board, practicing yoga, or enjoying one of Halifax’s many wonderful outdoor spaces. WENDY GRAHAM [3], AAPQ, FCSLA, is the creative imagination behind L|P’s design. She is a landscape architect at the City of Montreal, and a member of the editorial board who enjoys “communicating landscape.” wgraham@ville. JEAN LANDRY [4], AAPQ, architecte paysagiste, pratique depuis plus de trente années au sein de la Ville de Montréal en tant que professionnel et gestionnaire. Il concentre maintenant ses énergies à mieux identifier les problématiques auxquelles notre société fait face lorsque nous intervenons sur les espaces publics. Il utilise souvent la photographie pour illustrer les infinies subtilités des environnements créés par nos projets. NATALIE WALLISER [5], SALA, practices landscape architecture in Regina, and is a passionate advocate for youth engagement and the profession. She divides her remaining time between managing a record label and supporting the arts and music community. She also regularly works tirelessly to ready our translated pages for the CSLA | AAPC website.; FRANÇOIS COUTURE [6] has worked with L|P since 2009. He has been a translator for 25 years, working primarily with magazine publishers, corporations and associations. He is a certified translator and corporate writer. MATTHEW SENDBUEHLER [7] is a Montrealbased French-to-English translator with a background in geography and planning, and current interests in architecture, travel, cinema, and culinary arts. He has translated for VIA Destinations magazine, International Flora Montreal, the Canadian Centre for Architecture, and numerous other clients. letradecteur@ RON WILLIAMS [8], FCSLA, AAPQ, FRAIC a long-time professor at the École d’architecture de paysage of the Université de Montréal, co-founded the Montreal landscape and urban design firm WAA (Williams, Asselin, Ackaoui and associates). Ron participated in many of the firm’s award-winning projects including the Montreal Beach Park. In 2007, he was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award of the CSLA. He is currently completing a book on the history of landscape architecture in Canada. CYNTHIA L. GIRLING [9], BCSLA, CSLA, FCSLA is professor in the Landscape Architecture Program in the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of British Columbia. Her research and her books focus on neighbourhood scale planning, openspace systems and design for stormwater management. With Professor Ronald Kellett, she co-directs the neighbourhoodsLAB, an interdisciplinary research and community service group which is collaborating in the UBC Design Centre for Sustainability. cgirling@sala.  JAMES TAYLOR [10], CSLA, FCSLA, FASLA is professor emeritus of Landscape Architecture in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development at the University of Guelph. He has long been active in the IFLA where he is currently Chair of the IFLA Africa Committee and coordinates the Education Committee. During his 45 years in landscape architecture, Jim has lectured in Africa, Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, South and Central America, Thailand, and the United States. RICHARD WYMA [11], CSLA is General Manager|Secretary-Treasurer of the Essex Region Conservation Authority and Executive Director, Essex Region Conservation Foundation. Richard, who serves on the CSLA Editorial Board, worked for the Government of Nunavut for 11 years, and is still an active member of NuALA and its L|P representative. PATRICK KANE [12] is a professional photographer based in Yellowknife, NT. He is the staff photographer and photo editor for the award winning Up Here Magazine. Patrick’s photos have been featured in magazines and newspapers across Canada, including The Globe and Mail, Reader’s Digest, Maclean’s, among many others. To see more of his work, please visit 68 LANDSCAPES PAYSAGES

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Landscapes - Summer 2011

Landscapes - Summer 2011
Limitless! | Illimité!
Letters | Courrier
Up Front | Prologue
Essay | Essai
Work That Defines Us | des Oeuvres qui Nous Définissent Aapc
National Honour Awards | Prix Honneur National
National Merit Awards | Prix Mérite National
National Citation Awards | Prix Citation Nationale
The Regionals | Les Prix Régionaux
Adjudication | Sélection
Opinion | Opinion
Lacf | Fapc
Site Specific | État Des Lieux
Collaborators | Collaborateurs
Inspiration | Inspiration
The Last Word | Le Mot De La Fin

Landscapes - Summer 2011