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Report
This report presents concrete recommendations for the new government’s first 100 days in 15 priority areas—from getting infrastructure built to making housing more affordable to achieving universal Internet access.
  • Public transit
  • Rural communities
  • Climate change
  • Housing
  • Infrastructure
Tool
Use the Energy Poverty and Equity Explorer tool to better understand energy poverty in your municipality and develop clean energy programs to reduce it.
  • Climate change
  • Environment
  • Housing
Report
This report, by FCM and the Insurance Bureau of Canada reveals striking new data demonstrating the urgent need for new investments in local climate adaptation.
  • Climate change
  • Disaster mitigation
  • Infrastructure
Report
This report makes the case for why the federal Gas Tax Fund is the best fiscal tool available to local governments and why it must be expanded to help build better lives for Canadians.
  • Municipal finance
  • Infrastructure
Case study
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.
  • Waste
  • Economic development
  • International
  • Infrastructure
Report
This new polling, conducted by Abacus Data and commissioned by FCM, reveals that 61% of Canadians feel their municipal government best understood the challenges facing their communities.
  • Rural communities
  • Big City Mayors' Caucus
  • Budget 2019
  • Infrastructure
Submission
Municipal recommendations for Budget 2019: It’s time for our governments to come together as full partners—to deliver the best results for Canadians.
  • Northern and remote communities
  • Public transit
  • Rural communities
  • Big City Mayors' Caucus
  • Broadband
  • Budget 2019
  • Climate change
  • Infrastructure
Case study
To cut its dependence on diesel-generated electricity, the lakeside northern community of Whati studied construction of a hydroelectric system powered by running water from the nearby La Martre River Falls, which flow out of Lac Le Martre.
  • Energy
  • Northern and remote communities
  • Sustainability
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