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Mayors from some of Canada’s biggest cities gathered with thought-leaders from industry, academia, civil society, and the public sector to explore solutions to one of our most pressing quality-of-life and environmental challenges: urban mobility.
FCM’s recommendations for the federal government’s first 100 days represents the united vision of cities and communities of all sizes, in every region. It urges the federal government to move quickly to engage municipalities in 15 policy areas.
This report presents concrete recommendations for the new government’s first 100 days in 15 priority areas—from getting infrastructure built to making housing more affordable to achieving universal Internet access.
Bill Karsten, president of FCM, issued the following statement welcoming the new federal government.
FCM's statement on the release of the New Democratic Party of Canada's election platform costing, which confirms a major commitment to affordable housing, along with commitments to strengthen public transit, adapt communities to new climate extremes, and strengthen rural broadband connectivity.
Big City Mayors’ Caucus Chair Don Iveson issued the following statement at the close of a series of meetings between Canadian mayors, the Prime Minister, and federal cabinet ministers.