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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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In Colombia, women elected officials face many barriers to political leadership. This case study shows how women can support each other to overcome those barriers to lead their communities with confidence.
  • Inclusive communities
  • International
  • Women in local government
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The mayor of the Town of Bolton-Est, Quebec, Joan Westland, has participated in missions to Colombia to strengthen the role of women and girls in municipal life and politics.
  • International
  • Women in local government
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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
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This study aims to shed light on the issue of equality between women and men in terms of access, security, and control of land in Haiti.
  • International
  • Women in local government
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The CISAL Fund aims to strengthen the capacity of civil society and empower local governments in Colombia and Peru. Doris Cruz, President of the Women’s Association in Ccapacmarca, Cusco (Peru), and beneficiary of the CISAL Fund in 2017, explains how the CISAL Fund transformed her community.
  • International
  • Women in local government
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The City of Nicolet, QC, offers electric vehicle sharing and tax credits for residential retrofits to lower community emissions. Read more in our case study.
  • Climate change
  • Infrastructure
  • Public transit
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When the Village of Marwayne was faced with a failing water system in a faltering downtown, it repaired its aging infrastructure and took a giant leap forward in terms of community renewal. Now Center Street is a draw for crowds and a boon for business. Supported by FCM's Green Municipal Fund.
  • Infrastructure
  • Sustainability
  • Water
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