Tools & Resources

Browse the PlanH resource library of publications by category below.

For more PlanH resources visit the following sections:

A view of downtown Campbell River.

In a pivotal move to address housing challenges in Strathcona Regional District, the City of Campbell River has announced that they will support the hiring of a coordinator for the Campbell River Coalition to End Homelessness.

The City is providing one-time funding of $10,000 for the coordinator position, which will provide the Coalition with capacity to develop a strategic plan and explore potential funding opportunities for affordable housing and housing-related initiatives in the region.

How can residents living in high-rise buildings better connect with one another? Through a PlanH grant, the City of Vancouver has been working to help residents living in higher-density buildings feel more connected to one another. In fall 2017, they took a diverse group of stakeholders from the housing, public health, municipal, private and non-profit sectors on a Hey Neighbour! field trip to tour friendly buildings in Vancouver.

Provides useful advice for creating effective policies related to healthy air.
– West Coast Environmental Law

This online toolkit is designed to help local governments develop emissions reduction programs.
– Clean Air BC

The District of Clearwater is a rural community of 2400 residents, and was confronted with one major obstacle to cultivating a vibrant economy and encouraging active transportation: a main highway running right through the middle of the community.

Provides a wealth of case studies, information and action recommendations for local governments wanting to reduce corporate and community greenhouse gas emissions.
­– Province of BC

Summarizes federal government projects and initiatives to increase understanding, research, and knowledge about climate change, and includes a project on adapting to extreme heat.
­– Health Canada

Course series provides modules on climate science basics.
– Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions

 BC Co-Op Housing website offers education and information about co-op housing and their membership benefits such as governance support and shared services which may be particularly useful in isolated rural communities.  

- Co-op Housing Federation of BC

Cobble Hill Village had the intention of responding to the results of an Age-Friendly Community Project study by creating a mixed-use development that included affordable housing, but were soon informed by seniors included in the study that this was not necessarily what the Cobble Hill seniors wanted or needed.

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