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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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Learn about hundreds of initiatives we’ve funded through our Green Municipal Fund.
  • Brownfields
  • Climate change
  • Energy
  • Planning
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation
  • Waste
  • Water
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The City of Yellowknife's Biomass District Energy System is the 2018 winner in the energy category of FCM's Sustainable Communities Awards. Watch the video and read the case study to learn more about this project. Download our guide below to get started on a similar project in your community.
  • Energy
  • Sustainability
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The City of Montreal's Pedestrian and Shared Street Program is the 2018 co-winner in the transportation category of FCM's Sustainable Communities Awards.
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation
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A partnership between the municipality and school boards is increasing high school students' independence and their long-term use of sustainable transportation.
  • Public transit
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation
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Unlike provinces in southern Canada, the northern territories spend proportionately more on heating to cope with a demanding climate. With higher costs come higher emissions, so it's easy to see why the City of Yellowknife focused on energy to meet its GHG reduction targets and to reduce costs.
  • Climate change
  • Energy
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Since adopting its corporate GHG reduction plan in 2010, the City of Nelson has undertaken full and partial building retrofits, green fleet initiatives, and staff and stakeholder engagement workshops.
  • Climate change
  • Energy
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In 2005, the Government of Ontario released the Places to Grow Act, allowing it to designate geographic regions that need further development to accommodate projected population growth.
  • Climate change
  • Energy
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