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2015 Resilient Cities results

The Downtown East Village neighbourhood of Calgary, Alberta, during the 2013 Alberta flood.

Ottawa

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Winnipeg

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Calgary

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St. John’s (Nfld)

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Toronto

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Montreal

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Mississauga

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Edmonton

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Fredericton

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Whitehorse

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Source: University of Waterloo/The Co-operators, “Preparedness of Fifteen Canadian Cities to Limit Flood Damage.”

Note: Only 10 of 15 individual indicator grades are shown below. See Co-operators report here for full gradingĀ of all 15 cities.

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