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Case study
Municipal assets and public services are vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, placing local leaders at the frontlines of risk reduction and adaptation.
  • Water
  • Climate change
News release
As Canadians prepare to vote in this year’s federal election, FCM’s Big City Mayors’ Caucus is calling on federal leaders to commit to a permanent public transit funding mechanism.
  • Transportation
  • Big City Mayors' Caucus
News release
Municipal leaders respond with concern to news from Canada’s largest telecommunications companies that they intend to reduce or review the number of rural households that will receive improved broadband connectivity, following a recent CRTC decision.
  • Northern and remote communities
  • Rural communities
  • Telecommunications
News release
Ahead of this fall's federal election, FCM’s Big City Mayors’ Caucus calls for a closer federal-municipal relationship to better serve Canadians.
  • Big City Mayors' Caucus
News release
A new nation-wide poll confirms that Canadians view municipal governments as the most trusted order of government to improve quality of life in their communities.
  • Big City Mayors' Caucus
  • Budget 2019
  • Infrastructure
  • Rural communities
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
Guide
Learn how to implement the best practices and strategies used by Okotoks, AB, our 2018 Sustainable Communities Awards water winner.
  • Sustainability
  • Water
News release
Big City Mayors’ Caucus Chair Don Iveson issued the following statement at the close of a series of meetings between Canadian mayors, the Prime Minister, and federal cabinet ministers.
  • Big City Mayors' Caucus
  • Budget 2019
  • Disaster mitigation
  • Public transit
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