The Canadian Collaboration for Sustainable Procurement (CCSP), formerly the Municipal Collaboration for Sustainable Procurement (MCSP), is a member-based network of Canadian public-sector institutions working together to align their spending with their values and commitments on sustainability. Our members meet virtually to network, share information and co-create tools to better address green, social and ethical opportunities and risks in their supply chain.


The Internationally Regarded MCSP Annual Report

MCSP’s Annual Report on the State of Public Procurement in Canada highlights the country’s latest sustainable procurement trends, showcases the popular ‘moon chart’, which benchmarks members, lists member program development updates, and shares success stories around social and aboriginal procurement, green infrastructure, innovative training and communication programs, zero-waste and circular economy initiatives, and much more.


  • 10 Peer Exchange webinars on trends and best practices
  • 1-2 Working Groups to co-create tools and resources
  • Online Resource Library with guides, templates and more
  • 1-on-1 benchmarking and action planning sessions
  • A profile in CCSP’s Annual Report
  • Professional development credits for purchasing staff



  • Learn what other public procurement and sustainability leaders are doing across Canada
  • Save time by collaborating and sharing information
  • Learn about new trends like social procurement, circular economy, Living Wage and more
  • Increase your national profile as a sustainability leader





CCSP is governed by a Steering Committee of member volunteers who meet 5 times pear year. Steering Committee seats are held by:

  • Erin MacDonald, Senior Procurement Consultant, Finance and ICT at Halifax Regional Municipality
  • Corinne Evason, Contracts Supervisor, Materials Management at City of Winnipeg
  • Darren Tomkins, Manager of Purchasing at City of Kelowna
  • Leah Hamilton, Buyer, Supply Management at City of Victoria
  • Jim Gudjonson, Director of Environment and Sustainability at Thompson Rivers University



Members pay an annual fee of $1,000-$5,000 depending on their organization size. For more information about joining the network contact