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A new sustainable community in Guelph, ON, will create a unique live-work space connected to the larger city.
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To make this northern Manitoba mining community a healthier, more sustainable, and recreation-rich place to live, the City of Thompson adopted a plan to enhance the wintertime appeal of its parks.
  • Planning
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The Town of Ladysmith developed a Sustainable Action Plan that provides the framework for sustainable prosperity throughout the 21st century.
  • Planning
  • Sustainability
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The City of Grande Prairie studied the feasibility of turning a four-lane thoroughfare into a mixed-use street with bike lanes, wider sidewalks, shopping and other amenities.
  • Planning
  • Sustainability
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Canadian municipalities are facing some critical challenges that have an enormous impact on energy consumption and resilience. Low-carbon design and better land-use planning that incorporate sustainability principles can help alleviate these pressures.
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  • Sustainability
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To revive a downtown drained of stores and shoppers by malls on the highway that has skirted the community since 1990, the district of West Kelowna drafted a 25-year plan to remake the central Westbank Centre neighbourhood as a pedestrian-friendly place to live, work and play.
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  • Sustainability
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The Rural Municipality of St. François Xavier created a sustainable community plan to influence planning and development decisions affecting village infrastructure, transportation, community design and the environment.
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  • Sustainability
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Already known for environmental sustainability, the City of Vancouver has adopted a plan to become the world's greenest city by 2020.
  • Planning
  • Sustainability
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