The words "Flood hazard identification and mapping program #FloodMapping" over a background of farmland.

Through the National Adaptation Strategy, the Government of Canada is investing $164.2 million into the Flood Hazard Identification and Mapping Program (FHIMP).

The program is designed to assist provinces and territories with climate adaptation actions specific to flooding such as:

  • completing flood hazard maps
  • making flood hazard information accessible
  • informing decisions around flood mitigation and resilience building

Provincial and territorial governments may collaborate with municpalities, Indigenous communities, and private sector bodies, among others.