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Webinar: Learn about FCM’s new Climate and Asset Management Network

Presented by the Canadian Network of Asset Managers and Federation of Canadian Municipalities

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

1–2 p.m. EST

Session summary

Does your municipality want to build on its foundation in asset management and take action on climate change?

The Climate and Asset Management Network provides a combination of peer-learning opportunities, grant funding and training to help municipalities better integrate climate and sustainability considerations into asset management approaches. As a participant, you can benefit from funding of up to $175,000 for your municipality and participate in workshops and knowledge-sharing activities with members across Canada.

Details about the network and how to apply will be available in spring 2017.

During the webinar, you will learn about the:

  • benefits of joining
  • types of projects that are eligible
  • how to apply

Hear from the Climate and Asset Management Network's program lead about how you can advance your municipality's asset management planning. Learn from the knowledge and expertise of municipal representatives who participated in FCM's Leadership in Asset Management Program. 


  • Donna Chiarelli, Senior Advisor, Knowledge Services, Federation of Canadian Municipalities
  • Bradley Leeman, P.Eng., Director, Lifecycle Management, City of Edmonton, AB
  • Alicia Keating, Assistant City Treasurer, Finance and Administration, City of Fredericton, NB

Moderator: John Murray, Chair, Canadian Network of Asset Managers and General Manager, Asset Management Strategy and Performance, Public Sector Digest


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The Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program is a new five-year, $75-million program designed to encourage Canadian municipalities to better prepare for and adapt to the new realities of climate change as well as reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The program is offered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada.
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