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Case study
Ten Quebec municipalities are adding electric cars to their fleets, which will also be shared with the community. This innovative program will also develop a “green route”.
  • Climate change
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Recreation and culture
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation
Case study
Saint John City Market in New Brunswick is Canada’s oldest farmer’s market and a national historic site; it will soon undergo infrastructure renewal and a large-scale energy retrofit.
  • Climate change
  • Economic development
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Infrastructure
  • Recreation and culture
  • Sustainability
Case study
In Colombia, women elected officials face many barriers to political leadership. This case study shows how women can support each other to overcome those barriers to lead their communities with confidence.
  • Inclusive communities
  • International
  • Women in local government
Case study
Municipal assets and public services are vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, placing local leaders at the frontlines of risk reduction and adaptation.
  • Water
  • Climate change
Case study
The mayor of the Town of Bolton-Est, Quebec, Joan Westland, has participated in missions to Colombia to strengthen the role of women and girls in municipal life and politics.
  • International
  • Women in local government
Case study
This study aims to shed light on the issue of equality between women and men in terms of access, security, and control of land in Haiti.
  • International
  • Women in local government
Report
This new polling, conducted by Abacus Data and commissioned by FCM, reveals that 61% of Canadians feel their municipal government best understood the challenges facing their communities.
  • Rural communities
  • Big City Mayors' Caucus
  • Budget 2019
  • Infrastructure
Guide
PCP’s financing toolkit can help your community fund your programs and initiatives to meet your GHG reduction targets.
  • Climate change
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Innovation
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