CLEAR FILTERS
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Case study
Aron Hershmiller of Yorkton, SK and Russ Smith of the Capital Regional District, BC, reflect on the importance of the “why” and “how” of solid waste management planning.
  • Economic development
  • Infrastructure
  • International
  • Waste
Case study
The Town of The Blue Mountains built an energy-efficient community hall on the site of a former service station.
  • Brownfields
Tool
Learn about hundreds of initiatives we’ve funded through our Green Municipal Fund.
  • Brownfields
  • Climate change
  • Energy
  • Planning
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation
  • Waste
  • Water
Case study
The Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine's Terrace Area Integrated Solid Waste Management Program is the 2018 winner in the waste category of FCM's Sustainable Communities Awards.
  • Sustainability
  • Waste
Case study
Innovative natural techniques, such as reconditioning soil and using plants to absorb contaminants, transformed a former sanitary lagoon. Learn how.
  • Brownfields
  • Sustainability
Tool
Any technique that remediates or manages the risk of contamination at a site has an environmental benefit as it eliminates or reduces exposure to contaminants. Some techniques, however, are more sustainable than others.
  • Brownfields
Tool
Cleaning up contaminants and redeveloping a brownfield site can bring communities a number of environmental, economic and social benefits. You can achieve even greater benefits by incorporating sustainable approaches throughout the site remediation and risk management activities.
  • Brownfields
Case study
As part of a plan to revitalize the community's waterfront, the Squamish Oceanfront Development Corp. did soil and groundwater tests to see whether an old warehouse known as the Blue Barn could be used as an art, culture and heritage centre.
  • Brownfields
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