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PIEVC Assessment of Three City Parks – City of Mississauga

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The City of Mississauga (i.e., “the City”) has over 480 parks within its boundaries, ranging from small neighbourhood green spaces to large, multi-hectare parks containing numerous recreational facilities capable of hosting events numbering in the thousands of attendees. To better understand the potential current and future vulnerabilities of Mississauga’s city parks to impacts from severe weather and climate change, a climate change risk assessment was conducted focusing on three Mississauga parks designated by the City for assessment in this project … Read more

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GOVERNMENT OF NORTHWEST TERRITORIES ASSESSMENT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON INFRASTRUCTURE IN ALL NWT COMMUNITIES

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The Government of NWT engaged WSP Canada to conduct a high level climate change vulnerability assessment using the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Protocol. The vulnerability assessment included every type of municipal infrastructure within the boundaries of the 33 communities of NWT (over 1900 interactions), including civil, parks and facilities, buildings, fuel storage and power facilities. In addition to the application of the Protocol, WSP provided risk maps for every community to illustrate the spatial extent of hazards and … Read more

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Étude des vulnérabilités aux impacts climatiques de l’édifice situé au 330 Gare du Palais, Ville de Québec

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Dans le cadre de la Stratégie fédérale de développement durable (SFDD) 2016-2019, le gouvernement du Canada a pris l’engagement de réduire les émissions de GES de 17 % d’ici 2020 et de 40 % d’ici 2030 par rapport au niveau de référence de 2005-2006. De plus, le plan d’activités de la Direction générale des biens immobiliers de Services publics et Approvisionnement Canada (SPAC) indique comme priorité par excellence les « Opérations d’écologisation du gouvernement ». Dans ce document, les Services … Read more

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Étude des risques aux changements climatiques des installations de l’Aéroport des Îles-de-la-Madeleine Rapport d’évaluation des risques et mesures d’atténuation

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Étude des risques aux changements climatiques des installations de l’Aéroport des Îles-de-la-Madeleine Rapport d’évaluation des risques et mesures d’atténuation Attachments Stantec – SPACSTC – May 2020 – FR (7 MB)

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Belladune Port Authority Climate Change Risk Assessment Belladune, NB

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In the fall of 2019, BPA engaged CBCL Limited (CBCL) to complete a Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA) for its facilities in Belledune, New Brunswick. The risk assessment follows Engineers Canada’s Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Protocol, with adjustments tailored to the study. The PIEVC Protocol provides a risk assessment framework based on interactions between climate parameters and infrastructure assets and operational components. Attachments Belledune-Port -Authority-Climate_Change-Risk-Asessement-April2020 (16 MB)

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Penticton Airport Climate Change Risk Assessment Report

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The objective of this project is to review and analyse the design and construction of the existing mechanical, electrical and transportation infrastructure against anticipated changes in climate parameters as a result of climate change specific to the Penticton Airport and surrounding regions. Based on this analysis, the Prism team assessed the engineering vulnerability of the identified infrastructure and provide recommendations that will support Transport Canada in their future planning and project implementation for the Penticton Airport. Attachments 2020_03_13 Penticton Airport … Read more

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Climate Change Risk Assessment Kasabonika Lake First Nation Infrastructure

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Stantec Consulting Ltd. (Stantec) was requested to complete a climate risk assessment (CRA) of the Kasabonika Lake community infrastructure using the First Nation Infrastructure Resilience Toolkit (FNIRT), developed in partnership with Ontario First Nations Technical Service Corporation (OFNTSC). The objectives of the study are to: Identify Kasabonika Lake infrastructure vulnerabilities to current and future weather events associated with the impacts of climate change. Establish a climate risk profile for the infrastructure selected by the community. Develop community-based adaption strategies and … Read more

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Étude des vulnérabilités aux impacts climatiques de l’édifice situé au 3, Passage du Chien d’Or

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Dans le cadre de la Stratégie fédérale de développement durable (SFDD) 2016-2019, le gouvernement du Canada a pris l’engagement de réduire les émissions de GES de 17 % d’ici 2020 et de 40 % d’ici 2030 par rapport au niveau de référence de 2005-2006. De plus, le plan d’activités de la Direction générale des biens immobiliers de Services publics et Approvisionnement Canada (SPAC) indique comme priorité par excellence les « Opérations d’écologisation du gouvernement ». Un des objectifs de la … Read more

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CITY OF VERNON STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PIEVC ASSESSMENT REPORT

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In 2018, the City of Vernon engaged Urban Systems to complete a Drainage Infrastructure Prioritization Project (DIPP). The objective of this work is to prioritize investments and set sustainable levels of service for storm drainage. Subsequent to the initiation of this project, the City secured additional funds for a climate change vulnerability assessment of its stormwater management infrastructure. Noting that more severe rainstorms and freshet flows have already occurred, with varying impacts to its existing drainage infrastructure, the City recognized … Read more

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Xwu’nekw Park Sea Dike Climate Lens Resilience Assessment

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The District of Squamish was awarded a $4 million grant under Infrastructure Canada’s Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program to design and construct a new section of sea dike at Xwu’nekw Park in downtown Squamish. In accordance with the requirements of the grant funding, the District retained Kerr Wood Leidal Associates to complete a Climate Lens Resilience Assessment and used the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Protocol to do so. The assessment considered how climate change may affect the project … Read more