We will fund the creation of a plan that identifies and prioritizes opportunities to revitalize your community’s brownfields. This funding helps Canadian cities and communities of all sizes plan to remediate and rehabilitate their brownfields.
We fund feasibility studies of initiatives that have the potential to bring a brownfield site back into economically productive use. This funding helps Canadian cities and communities of all sizes remediate their brownfield sites.
We fund capital projects for initiatives that bring a brownfield site back into economically productive use. You can access brownfield-specific funding if your initiative will be constructed on a remediated brownfield site and it meets the requirements of a capital project listed in our funding library under energy, transportation, waste or water.
We fund pilot projects for initiatives that generate renewable energy on a brownfield site, with or without its remediation. This funding helps Canadian cities and communities of all sizes use brownfield sites to create economic and environmental benefits.
The Brownfield Roadmaps have been developed to help municipalities and their private-sector partners better understand how to redevelop brownfields in their communities.
A snapshot of emerging trends, key issues and best practices in sustainable land use.
Learn what brownfield redevelopment opportunities you have in your community by joining our eight-week email series.
Working on a brownfield project? FCM’s LiBRe network connects you with peers from cities and communities of all sizes across the country who are pledging to remediate and redevelop brownfield sites.
Former industrial lands cleaned up and ready to bring about district revitalization
Revitalized park brings community back to the river
Case study: Brownfield redevelopment incorporates affordable housing
The Green Municipal Fund is a $1 billion program, delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada.