1. Resources & Publications

    Canada’s Changing Climate Report

    This report is about how and why Canada’s climate has changed and what changes are projected for the future. Led by Environment and Climate Change Canada, it is the first report to be released as part of Canada in a Changing Climate: Advancing our Knowledge for Action. Published By: Government of Canada...
  2. Resources & Publications

    Poll Analysis: Health of the Great Lakes Affects Public Health, Regional Economy

    Since the IJC’s Great Lakes Water Quality Board published its 2015and 2018 binational poll reports, further analysis has uncovered additional findings. Because the 2018 survey repeated all questions from the 2015 survey, the combined samples represent 8,200 respondents to nearly 90 questions. This brief explores two questions: Is there broad belief across the...
  3. Resources & Publications

    Creating Parks and Public Spaces for People of All Ages: A Step-by-Step Guide

    Public parks are important places for building a sense of community and social belonging. They are spaces that belong to everyone, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, religion or income. However, the way parks are designed, maintained and programmed doesn’t always reflect the purpose and promise of such uniquely public spaces....
  4. Resources & Publications

    Source Protection Annual Progress Report

    This annual progress report outlines the progress made in implementing the source protection plan for the Niagara Peninsula Source Protection Area, as required by the Clean Water Act and regulations.The goal of the plan is to protect drinking water quality at its source, and stop contaminants from getting into sources...
  5. Resources & Publications

    2015 Performance Measurement Report

    This report marks the tenth year of reporting results to the public, and the first year reporting nationally as opposed to the previous provincial-level benchmarking. From across Canada, there are 10 single-tier and 5 upper-tier municipalities (including Niagara), who have contributed to this report. The 2015 MBNCanada Performance Measurement Report...
  6. Resources & Publications

    Canada Day… By The Numbers

    This ‘By the numbers’ article presents interesting facts compiled to portray Canada’s ethnocultural diversity, our national identity, land and natural environment, and more. Published By: Stats Canada Publication Date: June 2017
  7. Resources & Publications

    Costs of Pollution in Canada: Measuring the Impacts on Families, Businesses and Government

    Clean water, air and land contribute to better health, greater enjoyment of life, more productive communities and a stronger economy. Likewise, contamination of the environment by pollution leads to a wide variety of costs. Pollution harms human health, damages forests and crops and degrades the quality of land and water—to...
  8. Resources & Publications

    Protection of the Waters of the Great Lakes

    This report summarizes the International Joint Commission’s findings and recommendations on the protection of the waters of the Great Lakes from potentially harmful consumptive uses and diversions. These findings and recommendations result from a consultants’ review of recommendations originally made in a report issued by the Commission in the year...
  9. Community Blog

    Call to Action to Build a Food Systems Network for Niagara

    People working in Niagara’s food continuum are developing shared understanding and common language to describe how a healthy, secure, sustainable food landscape contributes to Niagara’s social, political and economic vitality. Food Systems in Niagara is a topic that represents the cycles and interconnections of growing, distributing, eating and recycling of...
  10. Partners & Projects

    Niagara Healthy Kids Community Challenge

    Niagara is one of 45 communities across Ontario taking part in The Healthy Kids Community Challenge (HKCC). The goal of HKCC is to link organizations from different sectors in the community to promote the health of children aged 12 years and under and accomplish the Ontario Government’s Healthy Kids Strategy...

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