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The Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP) provides funding, training and resources to help Canadian municipalities maintain and renew assets like roads, buildings and wastewater systems. The 2018-2019 Year in Review showcases the many ways MAMP helps advance asset management practices in Canadian communities.

Read the Year in Review to find out how we’re helping communities sustainably manage their infrastructure. Learn about the funding and training we delivered this year, and see examples of the projects we support.

 

What you'll find inside

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Our impact

Get an overview of the program’s achievements in delivering training and events, and funding local asset management projects.

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Funding projects

Find out how MAMP provided $20.3 million in funding over three years for asset management projects in 513 municipalities from coast to coast.

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Sharing knowledge

Discover how we support collaboration and knowledge-sharing by hosting events across the country and publishing or updating 104 asset management resources.

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Building capacity

Learn about the partnerships we developed to deliver 199 educational events, and find out about our training activities that reached 1,343 municipalities.

Case studies
Read about these initiatives developed with support from the Municipal Asset Management Program.
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Ontario – Partnership produces results for 5 communities

Five communities in southwest Ontario with limited resources increased their capacity to manage community assets effectively by sharing knowledge and expertise.

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Cowichan Valley, BC – Assessing service levels and assets

Cowichan Valley Regional District hopes that asset management can help it overcome challenges related to infrastructure, service delivery and climate change.

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Selkirk, MB – Raising the bar on asset management

Sound, evidence-based municipal asset management planning helped the City of Selkirk reverse a decades-long decline and become a leader in sustainable development.

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Newfoundland – Collaboration breeds success

The common goal of maintaining community infrastructure and delivering essential services brought seven Newfoundland towns together to collaborate on asset management

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Yukon – Asset management guide: The Joy of Governing

Designed to meet the unique needs of northern communities, this guide created by the Association of Yukon Communities has been shared and adapted across Canada.

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