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Martin Canning Aug 14
I thought I was having a good day. Now I'm having a great day: brand new benches in front of my place, AND a solar-powered recharge station for my - well, our - phone(s)! Thank you and for the nice surprise - you rock : )
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Energize Bridgewater Aug 15
and Smart Cities project lead Leon de Vreede sat down with Faun Rice to talk about smart city approaches for small towns. Check out the article here:
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Stephane Guidoin Aug 9
Looking for 2 colleagues: Projet manager and business analyst for the Smart city challenge projects (french speaking). More info:
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Nabeel Shakeel Ahmed May 14
The winners of Canada's first-ever Smart Cities Challenge: - $5m category: Bridgewater, NS (energy poverty) - $10m category (2 winners): Nunavut Communities (suicide prevention) and City of Guelph and Wellington County, ON - $50m category: Ville de Montréal
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Open North May 14
And the winner is.... [drum roll!] The winners of the Smart Cities Challenge will be announced today! With a focus on connected tech, inclusion, and replicability it’s big day for open AND smart communities across Canada.
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Town of Bridgewater May 14
We won! Congratulations to ALL the other finalists. This has been an amazing experience and the work is only just beginning.
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Arrell Food Institute Mar 1
Developing a circular economy that improves supply chains & food access is a goal for the . We are thrilled to support Guelph in their partnership with Brisbane, Australia in the Sister Cities Initiative for Circular Economy.
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Brent Bellamy May 14
It was a difficult choice that took hundreds of hours to make. The winners: $5m Bridgewater, Nova Scotia $10m Guelph, Ontario $10m Nunavut Communities $50m Montreal, Quebec
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Prosperity Partnership May 14
Today's the day! Finally! winners will be announced around 1pm time. Whatever the outcome, we're proud of the incredible collaboration & collective effort SIPP's members & partners put into our proposal. Together we can do so much good for our region!
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Diane Shears Aug 9
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Bianca Wylie May 14
The City of Edmonton is joining the global digital rights coalition 💥
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Stephen Wu, MBA, MSc May 14
The ⁦⁩ team is watching to see who will win the challenge after 2 years of hard work!
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Toula Drimonis May 14
Montreal just won the first-ever $50-million Challenge, a pan-Canadian competition open to all municipalities, for "innovating mobility and access to food" through improvements to public transportation. 👏
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Lisa Helps - Victoria Mayor May 14
45 minutes until the winners are announced. We are ready either way!
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Matthew Chandy May 13
The team has arrived in our nation's capital. 24 hours left! Let's go!!!
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CKBW Radio May 14
JUST IN: . wins Smart Cities Challenge. Bridgewater will bring home $5-million to combat energy poverty in the community
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WeatherBrain Aug 12
Proud to officially be a part of the Alliance - a diverse group of organizations committed to unlocking innovation in Alberta. Learn more about the Alliance & what they're up to:
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Mike Schreiner May 14
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Karen Gomez May 14
At a time when everyone is asking WHAT is a ... Guelph went ahead and defined it for themselves. Glad their hard work was recognized by in the challenge.
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City of Guelph May 14
We are tremendously proud of our community, our partners and - now to get to work and become Canada's first circular food economy!
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