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News release
FCM President Bill Karsten made the following statement regarding the announcement of $22 million to be invested by the Government of Canada through FCM to establish an urban climate centre in Ottawa with the Ottawa Community Foundation and Low Carbon Cities Canada.
  • Climate change
  • Energy
News release
FCM President Bill Karsten made the following statement regarding the announcement of $22 million by the Government of Canada through FCM to establish an urban climate centre in Calgary with Alberta EcoTrust Foundation and Low Carbon Cities Canada.
  • Climate change
  • Energy
News release
FCM President Bill Karsten made the following statement regarding the announcement of $22 million by the Government of Canada through FCM to establish an urban climate centre in Edmonton with Alberta EcoTrust Foundation and Low Carbon Cities Canada.
  • Climate change
  • Energy
News release
TAF and the City of Toronto will implement heating and cooling retrofits to multi-residential buildings in downtown Toronto and Hamilton. Learn how.
  • Energy
News release
FCM President Bill Karsten made the following statement regarding the announcement of $18 million by the Government of Canada through FCM to establish an urban climate centre in Halifax with EfficiencyOne and Low Carbon Cities Canada.
  • Budget 2019
  • Climate change
  • Energy
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
Case study
As the benefits of local economic development (LED) are becoming better known in Cambodia, the National League of Councils of the Kingdom of Cambodia (NLC), is fast becoming recognized as a national leader.
  • Economic development
  • International
Case study
To meet greenhouse-gas reduction targets and cut utility costs, the City of Toronto considered solar, wind, geothermal and waste-to-energy options for heating, cooling and lighting its 2,215 community housing buildings.
  • Energy
2019 Federation of Canadian Municipalities