Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Tag: resilience

Government of Canada Funds Flood Protection Project in Kelowna, B.C.

Funding has been announced by the Government of Canada for the Mill Creek Flood Protection project in Kelowna, British Columbia. The flooding of Mill Creek...

Gov’t of Canada Funds Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir Project

The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, announced funding for the Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir project in Calgary, Alberta. In June 2013, communities in...

Gov’t of Canada Provides Funding to Increase Flood Resilience in Yellowknife

New funding has been announced by the Government of Canada and the City of Yellowknife to support a project that will increase flood resilience...

Meadow Lake, Sask. Receives Funding for Water and Wastewater Upgrades

The Honourable Bernadette Jordan, Minister of Rural Economic Development, announced funding for essential upgrades to water and wastewater management systems in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan. For...

Gov’t of Alberta Approves New Grants to Increase Community Resilience

The Government of Alberta has approved new Alberta Community Resilience Program grants totalling $15 million for two high-priority projects in the City of Calgary....

Partners for Action Receives Support to Increase Awareness About Flood Risk

Partners for Action has received $600,000 from The Co-operators to inform Canadians about the changing nature of flood risk and equip them with the...

Government of Canada Supports Climate Change Research in B.C.

The Government of Canada is providing more than $1 million to support six climate change projects in British Columbia. An announcement was made by Paul Lefebvre, Parliamentary...

Canada Joins International Efforts for Coastal Resilience in the Pacific Region

Canada will work with the international community to build resilience to climate change in the Pacific region. Announced by Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the...

Saskatchewan Auditor Advises on Provincial Drainage Strategy

Although a record 693 quarter sections of Saskatchewan agriculture lands were brought into drainage compliance in the 2017–18 fiscal year, Saskatchewan’s Provincial Auditor says...

From Risk to Resilience

Ask your average Canadian about the notion of water risk and they’re likely to say, “not here in Canada!” Yet water risk is a...

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