At the turn of the century much was written about planning’s future. Then, in 2019, when Canadian planners celebrated 100 years of professional planning they reflected on the past, looked critically at contemporary planning practice, and projected into the future the challenges facing professional planners. Professional planning work has a difficult but necessary pact with the future whether certain or uncertain. So, therefore, do you. The challenges are getting more global, complex, ominous, and urgentThis assignment aims to ensure you have pondered the future, and future planning work, as you anticipate a career. While you are expected to see probable futures, and help each community you serve see theirs, this assignment asks you to draw conclusions about you and your professional future. Get to know what the experts predict, do some self-reflection to get to know yourself, then see how they fit. It will be important to leave this program and enter the workforce, or whatever you choose, with an informed sense of where you professionally belong or wish to belong.Attatched requirements file includes two parts: planning work trajectory and self-reflection conclusions.I only need the first part: planning work trajectory (Canadian regional and urban planning)”The first part of the essay is based entirely on the assigned readings and other sources you identify. What do the experts and the current changes in planning tell you about the future of planning. The same trends will affect architecture and related work, and should be very important to graduate study decisions also. Reference sources. You should not write about you,your aspirations, or share your thoughts, etc.”one of the reference that mentioned by the requirements is attatchedanother one is: https://www.kelmanonline.com/httpdocs/files/CIP/pl…However it requires more reference…the more the better!Thanks for your help in advance!