Discover communities with similar coastal hazard profiles to your own

Explore what your community's peers across Canada are doing to address hazard risk reduction across Canada

179 communities
5 coastal hazards
3843 risk reduction actions


Resilient-C is a free online platform that helps coastal communities in Canada to determine which other communities are most like their own when it comes to coastal hazards. This platform can help communities discover other locations that face similar hazard vulnerabilities, discover what actions these communities have taken to address coastal risks, and create resilience networks that span both the Pacific and Altantic coasts.

Our database contains vulnerability indicators and risk reduction action data on 179 communities in British Columbia, Manitoba, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland & Labrador. The number of communities included on the platform continues to grow as new regions are added, and we are continually reviewing documents from these communities to capture the resilience-building efforts they undertake to address coastal hazards threats.

Check out our About page to learn more about the platform.

What's New?

Version 3.4 of the Resilient-C platform, released in September 2021, focused on adding new communities from Quebec to the platform. Highlights for this version include:

Version 3.3 of the Resilient-C platform, released in August 2021, brings a number of changes and improvements to the platform. Highlights for this version include: