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 over 150
communities in British Columbia, New Brunswick, Nova
Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. 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.
Version 3.2 of the Resilient-C platform brings a number of changes and improvements and sets the
stage for additional content and user interfaces in future versions. Highlights for version 3.2 include:
Registration and sign-in is no longer required to use the site—just start a search!
Added 47 new communities to the platform:
- 35 in New Brunswick,
- 6 in Prince Edward Island, and
- 6 in British Columbia;
Updated community contact information for all communities in BC and Nova Scotia;
Updated several indicators to use more recent (2019) data sources;
Complete user interface update with usability improvements;
Updated server architecture; and
Many, many bug fixes.