Escalating climate risk across Canada requires a collaborative and systemic national effort to protect Canadian homes and businesses through resilient infrastructure. This effort should both make existing infrastructure resilient to climate risk and should deploy new infrastructure to increase resilience of Canadian communities. Although all orders of government must collaborate in leading this process, there is also a role for the private sector in both sharing risk data, incenting investment through insurance pricing and through partnering in investments. Join leaders in this field for this informative signature panel. Moderator of the panel will be Kelly Gillis, Deputy Minister, Infrastructure and Communities at Infrastructure Canada. Confirmed speakers include: Nikhil da Victoria Lobo, Head Americas, Public Sector Solutions, Swiss Re; Lisa Dickson, Associate Principal and Director of Resilience for the Americas, Arup; and Matt Gemmel, Manager, Policy and Research, FCM.