This initiative's members have committed to combining their climate change goals and asset management processes. The members access peer learning opportunities, funding and training in two phases:

Phase 1: They develop or refresh an asset management policy, strategy and governance framework. This work aligns with their climate action and social, economic and environmental sustainability goals.
Phase 2 (optional): They undertake a project to put lessons learned into action.

Municipal participants from across Canada include:

  • Capital Regional District, BC
  • City of Corner Brook, NL
  • Cowichan Valley Regional District, BC
  • County of Grande Prairie No. 1, AB
  • City of Guelph, ON
  • Town of Halton Hills, ON
  • City of Kenora, ON
  • City of Kitchener, ON
  • City of New Westminster, BC
  • District of North Vancouver, BC
  • City of Prince George, BC
  • City of Saint John, NB
  • City of Saskatoon, SK
  • City of Selkirk, MB
  • District of Summerland, BC
  • City of Toronto, ON
  • City of Thunder Bay, ON
  • City of Wetaskiwin, AB
  • City of Yellowknife, NT
Subscribe to FCM Connect

Sign up for FCM Connect and get the latest news, funding opportunities and deadlines and sustainability resources in your inbox.  

Government of Canada logo

The Climate and Asset Management Network is an initiative of the Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program, a five-year $75-million program, delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada.

© 2019 Federation of Canadian Municipalities