Don't have an account? Create one now
Partners for Climate Protection

Milestone 5 Success Stories 2015

See how Canadian municipalities are going the distance to reduce GHGs, improve the quality of life in their communities and build a sustainable future.


  • City of Regina

    City of Regina

    Regina met Milestone 5 of the PCP program, and continues to monitor progress and report results. 
  • City of Thunder Bay

    City of Thunder Bay

    When the City of Thunder Bay and wider community first began to work on sustainability and climate change issues back in 2004, it created EarthCare Thunder Bay, a partnership between the city and the community.
  • City of Whitehorse

    City of Whitehorse

    The City of Whitehorse has been active in sustainability planning since 2004 when it approved its first local action plan.
  • City of Pickering

    City of Pickering

    Two years after joining the Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) program, the City of Pickering became the fifth Ontario municipality to complete Milestones 1-3. In 2014, Pickering was recognized for completing Milestones 4-5.
  • Resort Municipality of Whistler

    Resort Municipality of Whistler

    As a tourism-based mountain town, Whistler has a special dependence on stable snow and weather patterns and has long been concerned with climate change.
  • Town of Richmond Hill

    Town of Richmond Hill

    For nearly 15 years, the Town of Richmond Hill has been a leader in climate action and clean air, winning awards for its programs and surpassing its corporate GHG targets in only five years. 
  • City of Halifax

    City of Halifax

    The City of Halifax adopted its corporate plan to reduce emissions in 2008 and by 2011 had achieved Milestone 5. 
  • City of Mississauga

    City of Mississauga

    In 2012, the City of Mississauga adopted its Living Green Master Plan (LGMP), an action plan that mobilizes policies and programs to meet the environmental objectives of the city's Strategic Plan.
Page Updated: 25/01/2016