May 31, 2013

Property Rights Legislation & Policies in Alberta: Part 1

The 2008 Alberta Land-use Framework was created in response to Alberta’s rapid growth during the past decade. Its objective was to find a better way to coordinate land-use issues and, ideally, reduce conflict and increase sustainability in our province. Five years after its release, challenges remain in the area of property rights in Alberta. Land-use Framework Developed over a three-year period,…

May 30, 2013

Taking A Closer Look at Property Rights: Alberta Land Institute funds research project to examine governance & regulation

Property rights are a controversial issue in Alberta. A number of land-use statutes and policies have been developed in recent years that have encouraged public debate. As the dust settles there  is opportunity to clarify and examine the remaining challenges facing Albertans today in understanding property rights. Alberta Land Institute is supporting a research project that explores key issues and…

April 29, 2013

New ALI Funding Available for Land-use Research

Alberta Land Institute (ALI) is pleased to announce that it will provide funding in two exciting research areas. The application deadline is 4 p.m. June 28, 2013. It is expected that successful applicants will be notified by August 15, 2013. Research funding opportunities will cover municipal development and governance, which include: Assessing the Current Governance Framework for Land-use Planning…

February 22, 2013
Tags: Research

Alberta Land Institute Congratulates Researchers on Successful Grant Applications

Institute Awards Grants for Research in Property Rights, Wetlands and Agricultural Land Loss February 11, 2013: Alberta Land Institute (ALI) congratulates three University of Alberta professors and their collaborators for their successful research grant applications. These grant applications resulted from ALI’s September 2012 Call for Proposals. Beginning this month, the ALI will be supporting three…

October 12, 2012

Alberta Land Institute Issues Call for Proposals

The Alberta Land Institute (ALI) announces a Call for Proposals for its research grants competition in four research areas. The deadline for receipt of applications is November 30, 2012. We expect that successful applicants will be notified by January 15, 2013. Research topics for the four proposals are: Assessing Property Rights and Land Use Regulation Evaluation Mechanisms for Wetland Restoration…