Resources


PUBLICATIONS

SNAP Overview

This brochure provides a concise overview of SNAP’s neighbourhood-focused approach to the challenges of urban renewal and climate action, the components of the program, and the benefits delivered to communities.

You can download a PDF copy of the SNAP Overview HERE or view the brochure using the document reader below. Select Read Now for a full-screen view; select the arrow to the right to advance to the next page.

 

Five Year Program Review Report

This report provides a summary of our preliminary review findings, innovation we’re seeing in the SNAP pilot areas, and recommended directions for future of the SNAP program.

You can download a PDF copy of the Five Year Program Review Report HERE or view the report using the document reader below. Select Read Now for a full-screen view; select the arrow to the right to advance to the next page.

 

SNAP Summary Documents

Reports of each action plan and the process followed in its development.

 

Presentations

Neighbourhood Screening Process and SNAP Model: Maximizing Co-Benefits of Infrastructure Renewal and Climate Action

A presentation delivered by Shannon Logan on November 13, 2018 at the Latornell Conservation Symposium. The presentation outlines the municipality-wide screening process developed by the SNAP program to identify the alignment of multiple urban renewal and climate action priorities of municipalities and conservation authorities.

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Retrofitting Neighbourhoods to Achieve Your Sustainability Goals

A workshop delivered by the SNAP team as well as municipal partner representatives in February 2018 for the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. The workshop provided an overview of the SNAP program and more in-depth information on various program components and areas of focus, including:

  • SNAP neighbourhood selection process
  • SNAP planning process
  • home retrofit program model
  • Multi-Unit Residential (MUR) renewal

  • Industrial, Commercial and Institutional (ICI) renewal
  • Multi-objective and integrated infrastructure project implementation
  • Strengthening community resilience
  • Measuring socio-economic impacts

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Integrated Infrastructure: Lessons from SNAP

Webinar Presentation delivered by Sonya Meek on November 21, 2017 for the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. This presentation shows how planned infrastructure renewal projects can be informed by a sustainable neighbourhood retrofit strategy to achieve multiple objectives and build strong community support for implementation.

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SNAP: Urban Agriculture Programs in the Black Creek Neighbourhood

On September 15, 2017 our Black Creek SNAP team presented at an urban agriculture forum at Ryerson University to celebrate the first ever mayoral proclamation of Urban Agriculture Day.

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VIDEOS

Click on the icon at the top left of the frame to view the full SNAP video playlist.

 

City of Brampton

Brampton Residents Brampton Grow Green Environmental Portal
Trees, Plants and Flowers Brampton Garbage and Recycling
Brampton Parks and Trails Brampton Official Plan
Brampton Transit Brampton Environmental Master Plan
Smart Commute Brampton Caledon Brampton Emergency Management Office

Region of Peel

Conservation Peel Fusion Landscapes
Peel Region Walk and Roll program Region of Peel Climate Change Strategy
Peel Region Official Plan Healthy Peel By Design

Town of Richmond Hill

Richmond Hill Environmental Initiatives  Richmond Hill Environmental Events Calendar
Richmond Hill Lake Wilcox Richmond Hill Official Plan

York Region

York Region Water Efficiency Program “Water for Tomorrow” York Region Environmental Services
York Region Water Conservation Page York Region Official Plan
York Region Sustainable Buildings York Region Sustainability Progress Report
York Region Clean Air Program “20/20 The Way to Clean Air” York Region Transportation Master Plan
York Region Waste

City of Toronto

City of Toronto Environment Portal  City of Toronto Official Plan
City of Toronto Environment Office City of Toronto Green Guidelines and Standards
Live Green Toronto  

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA)

Visions for the Living City Kortright Centre for Conservation
STEP Understanding Climate Change
Partners in Project Green Protecting Watersheds
Archetype Sustainable House Water Management