Upcoming Events

Browse the calendar below for more stormwater-related training, conferences, webinars, and community events. Check here for upcoming webinars hosted by us.

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    12.October.Thursday
    Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources Logo

    1:30 PM-2:45 PM
    2017/10/12

    A number of researchers, scientists and policy analysts from Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) will be presenting in this free webinar hosted by the Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources. You will learn about Canada’s climate change Adaptation Platform, chaired by Natural Resources Canada, that facilitates collaboration among a wide range of members towards increasing the resilience of industry and communities to a changing climate. Learn more and register now.

  • 16
    16.October.Monday
    a rain garden

    2:00 PM-3:00 PM
    2017/10/16

    Over the past year, Our Living Waters Network members Green Communities Canada and the Canadian Freshwater Alliance have been inviting communities and community groups to assess the scale and success of green infrastructure implementation in their municipality using a unique tool, the Stormwater Scorecard. In July 2017 we released an aggregate report of the initial round of the first 30 assessments. The assessments documented a clear opportunity for improving the way communities manage rainfall – treating it as a resource instead of a waste product and managing it close to where it falls. We can, and need to do more to advance the scale, and pace of green infrastructure investment across the country. Join with us for this webinar as we explore the findings of this first assessment, and look at examples of communities that are taking action to change the way rain is managed on the landscape.

  • 17
    17.October.Tuesday
    rain-story-people-umbrellas-city

    11:00 AM-12:00 PM
    2017/10/17

    Are you working to reduce urban flood risk in Ontario? Whether you’re with a municipality, other level of government, private business, conservation authority, insurance industry, nonprofit organization or an interested citizen, join us for this webinar where you will be presented with an overview of the collective impact initiative to reduce urban flood risk in Ontario and how you can get involved. You will also learn about preliminary results and key themes gleaned from interviews with over 20 key stakeholders across sectors on what is being done and what needs to happen to address this issue. This webinar is hosted by Green Communities Canada with support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. Register now - it's free!

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  • 2:00 PM-3:00 PM
    2017/10/16
    a rain garden

    Over the past year, Our Living Waters Network members Green Communities Canada and the Canadian Freshwater Alliance have been inviting communities and community groups to assess the scale and success of green infrastructure implementation in their municipality using a unique tool, the Stormwater Scorecard. In July 2017 we released an aggregate report of the initial round of the first 30 assessments. The assessments documented a clear opportunity for improving the way communities manage rainfall – treating it as a resource instead of a waste product and managing it close to where it falls. We can, and need to do more to advance the scale, and pace of green infrastructure investment across the country. Join with us for this webinar as we explore the findings of this first assessment, and look at examples of communities that are taking action to change the way rain is managed on the landscape.

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  • 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
    2017/10/17
    rain-story-people-umbrellas-city

    Are you working to reduce urban flood risk in Ontario? Whether you’re with a municipality, other level of government, private business, conservation authority, insurance industry, nonprofit organization or an interested citizen, join us for this webinar where you will be presented with an overview of the collective impact initiative to reduce urban flood risk in Ontario and how you can get involved. You will also learn about preliminary results and key themes gleaned from interviews with over 20 key stakeholders across sectors on what is being done and what needs to happen to address this issue. This webinar is hosted by Green Communities Canada with support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. Register now - it's free!

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