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The Fellows of 2010, Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA)

Seven members of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) have been elected to the 2010 College of Fellows:
Malaka Ackaoui
David Brown
Doug Carlyle
Daniel Chartier
Victor Kallos
Cathy Sears
George Stockton

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The 2010 investiture ceremony took place in Edmonton, Alberta, Aug. 20.

CSLA began electing Fellows in 1964, followed by additions most every year. There are now 179 Fellows in the CSLA College of Fellows; 24 of those Fellows are deceased.







Malaka Ackaoui


Malaka Ackaoui

Category: Executed Works
Service to the Community or the Public
Malaka Ackaoui graduated from University of Montreal with a landscape architecture degree in 1978 and a masters degree from McGill University in urban planning in 1986. Malaka was accepted as a member of AAPQ and CSLA in 1980, and the Quebec Order of Urban Planners and Canadian Institute of Planners in 1991. As a founding member and partner of Williams Asselin Ackaoui since 1989, Malaka has led several award-winning projects in Canada and China. Malaka has developed an expertise in numerous areas of her profession, namely: sustainable development, healing and educational landscapes as well as integration of art in urban environments. Malaka is a permanent member of the Urbanism Review Committee of the largest borough on Montreal Island (NDG borough) since 2002 and a member of the Quebec heritage commission, a consulting body to the Quebec minister of Culture since 2008.

David R. Brown

Category: Executed Works
Direct Service to the Society
Mr. David R. Brown graduated from the University of Toronto with a BLA in 1990. Since 1992, David has served on the Alberta Association of Landscape Architects (AALA) Executive Board as north director, vice president, president, past president, and has served on many committees, including the Northern Alberta Institute for Technology. During his time as AALA president, David re-initiated the endeavor to gain professional recognition and title under the Professional and Occupational Associations Registration Act. David commenced his career in Toronto working for Marshall Macklin Monaghan. In 1992, he moved to Edmonton and joined Kipen Gibbs Landscape Architects as a project landscape architect. In 1996, he became partner of the firm now named EIDOS Consultants. David advocates a whole system planning and design approach. His project experience includes urban planning and design; recreation, open space and tourism; environmental planning; institutional; industrial; commercial and LEED-based building projects.

Doug Carlyle

Category: Executed Works
Mr. Doug Carlyle was educated at CEGEP Dawson College in Montreal and later attended the University of Manitoba, where he obtained a B.E.S. in 1974 and M. Land Arch. in 1979. He was accepted as a member of AALA and CSLA in 1985. Doug has sat on juries, and spoken at conferences and universities across the country. Project work has been published and exhibited in a wide variety of venues. For several years he chaired what was Edmonton's Downtown Urban Design Panel. Since 1996 he has been an adjunct professor of architecture at the University of Calgary. In 2005, Doug was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. His contributions to the CSLA/AAPC have included university accreditation review, jury member for the wards program and member of the editorial board of Landscapes/Paysages. He is founder and principal of Carlyle + Associates and best known for project work in Edmonton and Calgary, ranging from The Bridges inner city neighborhood, the Water Centre office building and site and Seventh Avenue LRT Upgrades in Calgary.







Daniel Chartier


Daniel Chartier

Category: Executed Works
Administrative Professional Work in Public Agencies
Daniel Chartier began his University of Montreal studies in architecture then shifted focus and graduated in 1976 with a degree in landscape architecture. He gained employment at the city of Montreal and in 1979, became a member of CSLA and the Architectes paysagistes du Quebec. Daniel has long been an advocate to protect Montreal's rich landscape heritage and has championed successfully for Le Bois-de-La Reparation, a nature park in Montreal, as well as Montreal's old port. Considered an authority on Frederick Law Olmsted and Mount Royal, he has written and spoken extensively and eloquently in defense of landscape. He has designed many public places and parks, including such large parks as Visitation Island, Jarry Park, Lac des Cynges (St. Helen's Island) and most significantly, Mount Royal Park. Daniel's primary focus, since 1991, has been the protection and enhancement of Mount Royal, Montreal's dominant visual and emotional landmark. He is an active member of the board of trustees for the National Association of Olmsted Parks (1999) and in 2006, was recognized for his contribution towards the conservation of cultural landscapes in Montreal. Finally, Daniel Chartier is a natural teacher who shares his knowledge generously.







Victor Kallos


Victor Kallos

Category: Executed Works
Direct Service to the Society
Victor Kallos obtained a bachelor's degree in architecture from the University of Cape Town in 1970 and an MLA from the University of Manitoba in 1979. He became a member of the AALA and CSLA in 1987 and the BCSLA in 2009. Victor served on the AALA Executive Committee, as its president (1994 - 1995), and on the CSLA Board of Governors (1995-1996). He has been on the AALA Examining Board since 1991. Victor was the Program Chairman for the successful CSLA Congress 90 and the program co-chairman for 40th IFLA World Congress. Victor was the landscape architect representative for the Calgary Sustainable Suburbs Study. Victor has practiced as an architect and landscape architect in South Africa, England and Canada. Since 1997 he has been with Matrix Landscape Architecture in Calgary as a staff member, a principal and now an executive consultant. He has focused his career on long term and master planning studies, commercial and institutional site developments and the development of innovative sustainable approaches for the integration of landscape architectural design principles with architectural and engineering practice. Victor's recent projects include the Calgary Zoo's Destination Africa, open space design for the Hanson Ranch and Harmony communities, the design of Barclay Mall, Stephen Avenue master plan and the Kelowna North area structure plan.







Cathy Sears


Cathy Sears

Category: Executed Works
Direct Service to the Society
Cathy Sears obtained a BSc from the University of Alberta 1979 and a BLA from the University of British Columbia in 1985. She became a member of the AALA and CSLA in 1991. Beginning with her service as AALA director in 1993, Cathy has actively, and creatively contributed to her profession. As AALA president (2001 - 2002), Cathy coordinated the 2003 International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) World Congress. As CSLA Director (2003 - 2008), Cathy led the first CSLA Presidents' Round Table, directed the modernization of the organization's governing bylaws and created a board manual that guide the national organization. As CSLA president (2008-2009) Cathy led major initiatives during a challenging period of transition, including recruitment of an executive director. Under Cathy's progressive leadership the partnership for the National Urban Design Awards was officially sealed, the Accreditation Council succession completed and vital initiatives, including continuing education requirements and reciprocity. Cathy is currently overseeing Stantec's landscape architecture offices in North America. Her exemplary leadership and dedication have profoundly contributed to the CSLA and its capacity to grow.







George Stockton


George Stockton

Category: Executed Works
George Stockton graduated from North Carolina State University with a BLA in 1968. He is also a member of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects, Ontario Society of Landscape Architects and the Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership's Outdoor Committee. He was an Instructor at the University of Toronto's BLA program from 1991 to 1998. Since 1969, George has worked with Moriyama & Teshima (M&T), becoming president of Moriyama & Teshima Planners in 2003. Significant landscaping projects include university and corporate campuses; one of the largest technical green roofs in Canada for the War Museum in Ottawa; and landscape architecture and environmental master planning for the new University of Kuwait; the 83-acre King Abdul al Aziz Historical Centre; and the National Museum of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh. George has directed numerous groundbreaking environmental master plans, including 100 year plans for Meewasin Valley and Niagara Parks. He currently is leading the environmental master planning for Makkah, Saudi Arabia. Over the past 10 years, George has led the visionary master plan and implementation for the restoration and bio-remediation of a 120 km stretch of the Wadi Hanifah in Riyadh, bringing a significant river ''back from the dead,'' which earned a commendation from the United Nations.


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