OBJECTIVE: Achieving economies of scale through inter-municipality collaboration, while developing a deeper understanding of the threats to a shared water source.
ACTIONS: Development and coordination of a vulnerability analysis for six drinking water intakes from 11 municipalities collecting their water in the Rivière des Mille Îles, on the North Shore of Montreal. This entailed careful consultation and meetings with elected officials and water stakeholders in a highly urbanized area with multiple challenges. 400,000 people drink water from the Rivière des Mille-Îles.
- Ville de Deux-Montagnes
- Ville de Saint-Eustache
- Ville de Sainte-Thérèse
- Ville de Rosemère
- Ville de Laval
- Régie d’aqueduc intermunicipale des Moulins (RAIM = Ville de Terrebonne et Ville de Mascouche)
- Polytechnique Montréal
MAKING WAVES: This is the largest exercise of its kind in Québec!