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Étude de vulnérabilité des infrastructures aux effets climatiques et météorologiques possibles – Shawinigan

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Pour cette étude les professionnels, ingénieurs, architectes, architectes du paysage et expert en hydroclimatologie ont évalué l’impact des changements climatiques et météorologiques sur le bâtiment situé au 4695, boul. de Shawinigan-Sud à Shawinigan (Québec). Cette étude a été réalisée dans un contexte de prévention, mais aussi en ayant un objectif de réaliser une future reconstruction qui prendrait en considération l’impact climatique futur. Attachments CIMA – PSPC – Shawinigan – Mar 2020 (7 MB)

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Étude de vulnérabilité des infrastructures aux effets climatiques et météorologiques possibles – Laval

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Sommaire exécutif Pour cette étude les professionnels, ingénieurs, architectes, architectes du paysage et expert en hydroclimatologie ont évalué l’impact des changements climatiques et météorologiques sur le bâtiment situé au 1575 boulevard Chomedey à Laval (Québec). Cette étude a été réalisée dans un contexte de prévention, afin d’établir un plan de maintien d’actif. Attachments CIMA – PSPC – Laval – Mar 2020 (7 MB)

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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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Transportation Assets Risk Assessments (TARA) – Wood Islands Ferry Terminal, PEI

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The Wood Islands Ferry Terminal is owned by Transport Canada and privately operated by Northumberland Ferries Limited. The ferry terminal facilitates travel from May to December between Wood Islands, PEI and Caribou, NS and has been transporting passengers since 1941. The ferry terminal facilitates up to 9 departures per day from each port during peak season. The cross provincial journey is serviced by the MV Confederation and the MV Holiday Island, roll on‐roll off (Ro‐Ro) passenger ferry vessel. The high‐level … Read more

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Transportation Assets Risk Assessments (TARA) to Climate Change – Souris Ferry Terminal, PEI

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The Souris Terminal is owned by Transport Canada and privately operated by Coopérative de Transport Maritime et Aérien (CTMA) Traversier who provides maritime and air transportation to the Îles‐de‐la‐ Madeleine. The ferry terminal facilitates year‐round travel between Souris, PEI and Cap‐aux‐Meules, Quebec on the Îles‐de‐la‐Madeleine and accommodates a total of more than 100,000 passengers each year. The ferry provides between 3 and 7 crossings every week depending on the weather conditions and season. The cross provincial journey is serviced by … Read more

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Transportation Assets Risk Assessments (TARA) to Climate Change – Saint John Ferry Terminal, New Brunswick

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The Saint John Ferry Terminal, commonly known as the Bay Ferries Terminal, is owned by Transport Canada and privately operated by Bay Ferries Limited. The ferry terminal facilitates year‐round travel between Saint John, NB and Digby, NS and sees approximately 140,000 people pass through its facility each year. The ferry service runs daily crossings, with two daily crossings during the peak season from June to October. The cross provincial journey is serviced by the MV Fundy Rose, a roll on‐roll … Read more

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Transportation Assets Risk Assessments (TARA) to Climate Change

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In the fall of 2018, Public Works and Government Services Canada, on behalf of Transport Canada, hired a consulting Team led by CBCL Limited (CBCL) to perform high level Transportation Assets Risk Assessments (TARA) to Climate Change (CC) at key facilities across Atlantic Canada, including the study site. 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 … Read more

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Transportation Assets Risk Assessments (TARA) to Climate Change – Cap-aux-Meules, Quebec

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In the fall of 2018, Public Works and Government Services Canada, on behalf of Transport Canada, hired a consulting Team led by CBCL Limited to perform high level Transportation Assets Risk Assessments (TARA) to Climate Change (CC) at key facilities across Atlantic Canada, including the study site. 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 … 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