My LTSA: Tools to Search and Access Land Records

This webinar offers an overview of the various search services available to users in myLTSA, including both map-based (using ParcelMap BC) and text-based search options. These services will be explored in their role in efficiently finding and accessing land records, including discussing the different service levels available to users, to support the world of land professionals.

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Marketing & Building your Brand Webinar Recording

This one hour webinar will cover four pillars of social media for business. Topics will include what is social media, how mobile is changing the game, why search is more important than ever and it's about engagement. The content is tailored to the beginner or intermediate social media for business user. Best practices on how you can get started using social media today will be provided.

Regular Price: $24.99
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Private Land and Invasive Species

Local governments across BC have requested information on new policy and governance approaches to preventing and responding to invasive species. With guidance from a private land advisory committee, the Invasive Species Council of BC is developing and communicating tools and recommendations for local government, property owners, developers and realtors to help limit the impacts of invasive species on private and public property values.

Join us as we explore some of the impacts associated with species such as Giant hogweed, Knotweeds, invasive ants and others and look at some of the tools available to prevent their introduction and spread.

“Private Land and Invasive Species” – by Gail Waillin, Executive Director of the Invasive Species Council of B.C.

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Real Estate – the intimate relationship webinar recording

Gordon Price is the Director of the City Program at Simon Fraser University (

In 2002, he finished his sixth term as a City Councillor in Vancouver, BC.  He also served on the Board of the Greater Vancouver Regional District (Metro Vancouver) and was appointed to the first board of the Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority (TransLink) in 1999.

He has spoken at numerous conventions and conferences in many countries, wirtes a monthly column for Business in Vancouver on civic issues, and conducts tours and seminars on the development of Vancouver.  He also publishes an electronic magazine on urban issues, with a focus on Vancouver, called "Price Tags," (recent issues at as well as his blog.

In additions to presentatations in the U.S. and Australia, Gordon is a regular lecturer on transporation and land use for the City of Portland, Oregon and Portland State University.  He has written several extensive essays on Vancouver and transportation issues (The Deceptive City, Local Politician's Guide to Urban Transportation).  In 2003, he received the Plan Canada Award for Article of the Year "Land Use and Transportation: The View from '56" - from the Canadian Institute of Planners.

In 2007 he received The Smarty - an award of recognition by Smart Growth B.C. - in the People category and was made an honorary member of the Planning Institute of B.C.  He also sits on the Board of the Sightline Institute and Sustainable Cities International.

In 2012 Gordon won the SFU's 2012 President's Award for Service to the University Through Public Affairs and Media Relations.   The award acknowledges his consistent media availability to the media to discuss urban issues ranging from rapid transit, the Olympic Village and the Port Mann Bridge to oil pricing, TransLink, rental housing and homelessness.

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Regionalization of Food Systems

This webinar will briefly examine factors coalescing to argue for the regionalization of food systems. Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s, Sustainable Food System Research Group is undertaking a unique, precedent setting economic and community project: Southwest British Columbia Bio-regional Food System Design and Planning.

The objectives, anticipated outcomes and implications in regard to our regional economy and resource (land) utilization will be discussed.

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