Celebrating 2017 CEA Award Applicants

The Community Energy Association, Province of BC, BC Hydro, Fortis BC, Real Estate Foundation of BC, and Union of BC Municipalities are pleased to announce the 15 outstanding applications for the 2017 Climate & Energy Action Awards. Winners in each of the three categories will be announced at the UBCM Convention in Vancouver on September…

Apply Now for a Climate & Energy Action Award

Apply now and receive the recognition your community deserves. Find out more by clicking on the invitation and short application form below. The 2017 awards will be presented at the Union of BC Municipalities Convention in Vancouver in September. Winners and honourable mentions will also be profiled in the December 2017 edition of Municipal World magazine. The application…

2016 CEA Award Winners & Applicants

The Honourable Mary Polak, Minister of Environment presented awards recognizing the leadership of the cities of North Vancouver, Coquitlam and Kimberley at the Union of BC Municipalities convention. “B.C. communities are key partners in the fight against climate change,” said Minister Polak. “These awards highlight the innovative actions communities are taking to achieve a sustainable…

2015 CEA Award Winners & Applicants

The Honourable Mary Polak, Minister of Environment presented awards recognizing the leadership of North Cowichan and Prince George at the 2015 Union of BC Municipalities convention.

Celebrating 2015 CEA Award Applicants

The Community Energy Association, Province of BC, BC Hydro, FortisBC, and Union of BC Municipalities are pleased to present the six outstanding applications for the 2015 Climate & Energy Action Awards.

2014 CEA Award Winners & Applicants

Richmond wins in the Community Planning & Development category, Nanaimo wins the Corporate Operations award and Telkwa and School District 54 receive the Public Collaboration award. Sparwood, Saanich, Metro Vancouver and Campbell River receive Honourable Mentions.

2013 CEA Award Winners & Applicants

North Cowichan wins in the Community Planning & Development category, Surrey wins the Corporate Operations award and Campbell River and School District 72 receive the Public Collaboration award. Colwood, Capital Regional District and Telkwa receive Honourable Mentions.    

2012 CEA Award Winners & Applicants

City of Surrey wins the Community Planning and Development award, Village of Nakusp wins Corporate Operations, and City of North Vancouver and School District 44 receive the Public Sector Collaboration award. Regional District of Nanaimo, City of Rossland and City of North Vancouver receive Honourable Mentions.

2011 CEA Award Winners & Applicants

The City of Vancouver won the Community Planning and Development award, Dawson Creek won the Corporate Operations award and Colwood won in the Public Sector Collaboration category. Burns Lake, Coquitlam and the Carbon Neutral Kootenays project each received an Honourable Mention.

2010 CEA Award Winners & Applicants

The City of Prince George won the Community Planning & Development Award while the District of Maple Ridge received the Corporate Operations Award. Honourable Mentions were given to the District of Tofino, City of Campbell River, and City of North Vancouver.