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Each month we provide an update on UBCM funding programs and information on other programs or resources that may be of interest to local governments and First Nations.

Local Government Program Services

cá độ trực tuyến Asset Management Planning Program: Matching grants of up to $15,000.00 are available to support activities that advance local government’s asset management planning or practices and that facilitate better integration of asset management planning with long term financial planning. The next application deadline is September 28, 2018.

Asset Management Training Subsidies are also available and will cover up to 50% of the registration fee for up to three staff per local government for eligible Asset Management BC NAMS training events.

Regional Community to Community Forum Program: Matching funds of up to $5,000 are available to support elected officials and/or senior staff of neighbouring First Nations and local governments to meet to address issues of common concern. The 2018/19 C2C program has been enhanced to increase focus on reconciliation, support coordinated approaches to emergency prevention, response and recovery, and to allow elected officials or senior staff to be eligible participants. The final application deadline for this year’s program is October 19, 2018.

Community Emergency Preparedness Fund: Please see the funding announcement in today’s issue of The Compass.

Other Funding

Creating Healthy Places and Community Wellness Strategy: Two new PlanH grant opportunities are being offered by BC Healthy Communities. These grants will support local governments to foster better health and well-being and collaborate with health authorities and other partners to create the conditions that enable healthy people and healthy places. The application deadline for both programs is July 15, 2018.

Vancouver Foundation: The deadline for the submission of Letters of Intent for the Foundation’s Participatory Action Research and Systems Change Grants is July 20, 2018.

BC Rural Dividend: This program provides $25 million a year to assist rural communities with a population of 25,000 or less to reinvigorate and diversify their local economies, focusing on projects that help rural communities navigate changes impacting their economies, such as attracting and retaining youth, using innovation to drive economic growth, and developing new and effective partnerships to support shared prosperity. The current intake period closes on July 31, 2018. See also “BC Rural Dividend Intake Info Session”, below.

National Crime Prevention Strategy: Public Safety Canada supports projects that contribute to preventing and reducing crime in Canada and to increasing knowledge about what works in crime prevention. Priorities for the 2018 Call for Applications are direct intervention and strengthening community readiness projects among Indigenous and vulnerable populations to prevent or reduce the impacts of the youth gangs, youth violence, youth bullying, and youth cyberbullying. Application deadline is July 31, 2018.

Green Municipal Fund: FCM's GMF finances capital projects that improve air, water, and soil and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The program offers loans combined with grants from $5-10 million for environmental capital projects related to energy efficiency and recovery, water quality and conservation, transportation and fuel efficiency, waste management and diversion. Apply by August 1, 2018.

Green Infrastructure - Environmental Quality Program: The program provides access to funding for important drinking water, wastewater and solid waste projects to improve community infrastructure. Applications will be accepted until August 29, 2018.

Real Estate Foundation of BC: REFBC General Grants support projects that advance the sustainable use of land and that build knowledge and professionalism in the real estate industry. The next deadline for applications is September 6, 2018.

Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program: FCM’s MCIP is a five-year, $75-million program that helps municipalities prepare for, and adapt to, climate change, and to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. Funded by the Government of Canada, MCIP is available to all municipalities and their partners.

Municipal Asset Management Program: FCM's MAMP provides funding for projects that will help Canadian cities and communities of all sizes enhance their asset management practices.

cá độ trực tuyến First Nations Adapt Program: This federal program supports First Nation communities to assess and respond to climate change impacts on community infrastructure and emergency management.  It prioritizes communities most impacted by sea level rise, flooding, forest fires, and winter road failures. Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis.

Columbia Basin Trust: CBT offers a variety of grants and programs to help Basin residents and communities take action on issues that are important to them.

Resources

2018 Rural Dividend Intake Info Session: Join the Rural Dividend Program team for a webinar on July 17, 2018, to learn answers to frequently asked questions, recommendations for strong applications, and tips for navigating the online application form.

Asset Management Workshop: This interactive 2-day comprehensive GFOABC workshop on September 24-25, 2018, will focus on the finance officer’s role in the asset management process from the asset management framework to the capital plan and long term financial plan integration. Early-bird pricing available until July 31.

Environmental Flow Needs - Science, Policy & Practice: The Okanagan Basin Water Board and the Canadian Water Resources Association will host this conference on October 17 & 18, 2018, in Kelowna, B.C. The conference will bring together representatives from national and international organizations engaged in water management or research, including fisheries and water managers, First Nations, regulators, policy-makers, academia, and NGOs.

Solutions to Municipal Sustainability Challenges: Watch FCM’s Sustainable Communities Award winners’ TED-style presentations to hear about the strategies they used to develop their projects.

Climate Atlas of Canada: This interactive online tool is for citizens, researchers, businesses, and community and political leaders to learn about climate change in Canada. It combines climate science, mapping and storytelling to inspire local, regional, and national action that will help us move from risk to resilience.

Building sustainable communities with asset management: This guidebook is designed for municipal staff or elected officials in medium and large municipalities who are responsible for green projects or who are interested in municipal sustainable development.

CivicInfo BC: British Columbia's local government information hub offers comprehensive organizational and grant directories, events listings, tools for training, research and career development, bids & tenders, and other resources.

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