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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
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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
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To improve energy efficiency and identify economic opportunities for renewable energy generation, Quatsino First Nation, BC, created a community energy plan.
  • Asset management
  • Climate change
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Sustainability
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To prepare for rising sea levels and flooding due to climate change and to counter impacts like shoreline erosion, the City of Surrey developed a Coastal Flood Adaptation Strategy.
  • Climate change
  • Disaster mitigation
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Environment
  • Infrastructure
  • Planning
  • Sustainability
  • Water
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The Region of Peel put in place the Mississauga Road Project – a first for this type of green infrastructure approach to stormwater management in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
  • Climate change
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Sustainability
  • Water
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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
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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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
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