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Esquimalt Graving Dock Climate Change Risk Assessment Executive Summary

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To ensure reliable and ongoing repair, maintenance and refit services, Public Service and Procurement Canada (PSPC) completed a Climate Change Risk Assessment following the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Engineering Protocol to identify infrastructure and operational vulnerabilities due to climate change and extreme weather events at Esquimalt Graving Dock. Attachments Prism – PSPC – Esquimalt – Mar 2021 (465 kB)

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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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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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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

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Transportation Assets Risk Assessments (TARA) to Climate Change

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The Digby Ferry Terminal, commonly known as the Bay Ferries Digby Terminal, is owned by Transport Canada and privately operated by Bay Ferries Limited. The ferry terminal facilitates year‐round travel between Digby, NS and Saint John, NB 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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East Riverside Flood Risk Assessment

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In recent years, the issue of flooding has increasingly become a major concern in the City of Windsor. Extreme rainfall events in 2016 and 2017 each caused significant flooding of local roads, homes, and businesses – with thousands of reports of flooding received by the City as a result of each event. In response, the Mayor initiated an 8-Point Plan in September 2017, aimed at addressing flooding problems in the City of Windsor. This plan included several measures aimed at … Read more