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Assessment of Standards and Systems for Quality and RiskManagement for Stormwater Infrastructure in light of Existing andFuture Climate Change Impacts

Report assessing the existing standards for stormwater management and their ability to integrate floodresiliency and climate change solutions with the aim to support Partners in building stormwater systemresilience.

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2018-06-01

Business Case for Natural Assets in the Region of Peel: Benefits to Municipalities and Local Communities

This study uses two case study locations in Peel Region to make a business case for the management of natural assets under various risk and climate change scenarios. Appendices 1-3 of the report describe the Rapid Condition Assessment Methodology developed by CVC.

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Conservation Authority Natural Heritage System for the City of Brampton: Appendix A – Maps

Appendix A of “Conservation Authority Natural Heritage System for the City of Brampton: Final Technical Report”. Includes maps associated with the development of the Conservation Authority Natural Heritage System in the City of Brampton.

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Conservation Authority Natural Heritage System for the City of Brampton: Final Technical Report

Report documenting the methodology used by CVC and TRCA to combine their respective natural heritage systems to map a Conservation Authority Natural Heritage System in the City of Brampton. The report includes recommendations for implementation for the City to consider when updating the natural heritage system in their official plan.

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Credit River Watershed Natural Heritage System: Appendix A – Maps

Appendix A of “Credit River Watershed Natural Heritage System: Final Technical Report”. Includes maps associated with development and identification of the Credit River Watershed Natural Heritage System for Phase 3 of the Natural Heritage System Strategy.

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Credit River Watershed Natural Heritage System: Final Technical Report

Report documenting Phase 3 of the Natural Heritage System Strategy for the Credit River Watershed. Phase 3 includes developing the methodology for and identifying a Credit River Watershed Natural Heritage System that integrates terrestrial and aquatic components.

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Credit River Watershed Natural Heritage System: Recommendations for Implementation

Report documenting Phase 4 of the Natural Heritage System Strategy for the Credit River Watershed. Phase 4 includes the recommendations for implementation of the Credit River Watershed Natural Heritage System, including short term, long term, and ongoing actions.

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CVC Sustainable Forest Management Plan (2021-2040)

CVC’s Sustainable Forest Management Plan (SFMP) provides direction for forest management for the next 20 years (2021- 2040), with a review and update scheduled for 2030. The overarching goal of the SFMP is to maintain and restore forest health, improve biodiversity and strengthen the resilience of forests in the watershed – on lands owned by CVC, municipal partners, and private landowners.

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Developing a Stormwater Quality Management Standard (QMS) in Light of a Changing Climate

This report was conducted to understand the role and scope of a risk and quality management standard that could be developed to assist municipalities, engineers and other professional practitioners in designing, operating, maintaining and continuously improving stormwater management systems—both today and in light of a changing climate.

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