Canadian Planning and Policy / Aménagement et politique au Canada" (CPP-APC) is an online, open-access, and fully-refereed journal that publishes research manuscripts reflecting the scope and diversity of planning theory and practice in Canada. The journal is bilingual and charges no fees to authors or readers. CPP-APC provides a platform for detailed peer-reviewed research on planning in Canada, inviting reflection by academics, practitioners, and graduate students. The publication features articles from a wide range of regional and disciplinary perspectives and covers topics such as water stewardship planning, affordable housing, planning for reconciliation, and land use planning, ride-hailing, and more. CPP-APC also includes a book review section and aims to publish a yearly special issue on specific themes related to Canadian planning. The journal has been published since 2003 by the Canadian Institute of Planners and the Association of Canadian Urban Planning Programs.