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Tool
Municipal day-to-day operations need to integrate climate change data and considerations. Read this page to learn questions and tools that can help you take climate action in your community.
  • Asset management
  • Climate change
Tool
Is your municipality reviewing its service delivery planning? This page can help you discover climate considerations you should be integrating in your service delivery planning activities and learn about what tools you will want to use before you create your plan.
  • Asset management
  • Climate change
News release
FCM President Bill Karsten issued the following statement on the creation of a municipal Western Economic Solutions Taskforce.
  • Rural communities
News release
FCM acknowledged the release of the Conservative Party of Canada’s election platform today. The platform commits to a “rural lens” in Cabinet decisions and recognizes the need for communities to respond to new climate extremes, but it lacks critical clarity on key issues, while reducing year-over-year infrastructure spending.
  • Rural communities
  • Disaster mitigation
  • Infrastructure
News release
This report shows that a significant amount of public infrastructure in Canada is aging and in poor condition—reinforcing the urgent need for long-term investments in infrastructure renewal.
  • Asset management
  • Infrastructure
Case study
Seven towns along Newfoundland’s west coast banded together to meet a shared challenge: ensuring that community infrastructure continues to deliver essential services such as clean drinking water and waste disposal.
  • Asset management
Case study
Cowichan Valley Regional District hopes that asset management can help overcome the many challenges it faces regarding infrastructure, service delivery and climate change.
  • Asset management
Case study
A focus on sound, evidence-based planning has helped the City of Selkirk reverse a decades-long decline and become something of a leader in municipal asset management.
  • Asset management
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