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Will Your Community Aid Investment in an Affordable Housing Program?

Affordable housing can be a tricky topic to discuss in many communities. Economically, there are some solid arguments for an investment in affordable housing programs. Statistics consistently show

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Will Your Community Support Alternatives to Recycling?

Most North American cities have been collecting recyclable material for many years. The majority of these items were sold to China for reprocessing, to be manufactured into new goods. But in 2017,

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Planning for the Unplanned: Focus on What You Can Control

COVID-19 has forced communities worldwide to adapt, pivot, and react quickly over the past several months. It’s undoubtedly been an extremely challenging year, and it's not over yet.

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How You Can Support Low Income Households Affected By COVID-19

As statistics and data about the effects of COVID-19 are being collated and analyzed, some trends are starting to become clear.

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How Your Community Can Become an Environmental Sustainability Policy Example

There is a growing interest in environmentally sustainable solutions for communities.

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Nature Connection: The Benefits of Urban Forestry

People who regularly connect with nature by getting outside experience lower levels of hopelessness, depression, and anxiety.

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Aging Water Systems: An Opportunity for Greener Infrastructure

Conversations about making municipal infrastructure greener are ripe with many different possibilities.

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Bike Lanes Are Not the Solution for Positive Bike Culture

Cycling as a transportation method is growing in popularity in cities across Canada.

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How to Improve Walkability for Economic Growth

Walkability is a top priority for cities across Canada.

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Innovative Green Transportation Infrastructure in Canada

Cities across Canada, and around the world, are working hard to adopt more sustainable operations strategies.

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Why Your Community Needs Accessible Green Transit

Public transit systems are generally more environmentally friendly than individual vehicle use, simply because buses and trains move many more people at a time than a single vehicle.

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Is a Bike-Sharing Program Right for My City?

While bike-sharing programs have seen increasing popularity around the world in the last few years, they’re not a new idea by any means.

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