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Nancy Phillips Mar 7
Heard about the Smart Cities Challenge? Help us by taking the Smart Cities Survey. Tell us what will make a real difference in improving access to affordable, healthy food in Halifax. Survey: Let’s combat poverty together.
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Jan Mar 6
Square Roots () brings up to 2 tonnes of fresh valley produce to the city every month to sell at affordable prices in 7 HRM communities! It's ugly produce rejected by grocery stores :)
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Sidekick Interactive Apr 11
Mobile app with interactive map to get around the city and discover the best places for healthy food ! We could also set up free access vegetable gardens and integrate their position in the app, and their status, such as « need water », « harvest available » ...
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SΛshΛ SeΛrs Mar 8
The Smart Cities Challenge is a chance for Halifax to be awarded $50 million to tackle poverty and one of its most urgent of issues is access to affordable, healthy food for everyone. Find out how you can help:
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Nancy Phillips Mar 10
We have partnered with , and many others to launch ’s bid for the Smart Cities Challenge. Let us know your thoughts on improving access to affordable, healthy food in our communities by taking the survey at:
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Fairview Family Ctr Mar 8
Wow this would be awesome for ! $50 million !! who or what agencies are working on this proposal ? 😀😀😀 imagine the possibilities 🤔🤔
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Fergus Dearden Mar 25
I think I can be of great help to . You need economics to deal with a social economic problem. My economic overlay "Blueprint" can help greatly with your application.
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Robyn Webb Mar 9
Your ideas matter! Halifax’s Smart Cities Challenge is a chance for us to address one of the most urgent issues around poverty – having access to affordable, healthy food. Take the survey at:
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Ian A. Whytock Mar 15
It's interesting to comparre Toronto's approach to citizen engagement on the smart cities challenge vs. HRM. Toronto engages citizens to come up with the "big idea" - HRM issues big idea (food insecurity) and then seeks citizen engagement
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Halifax Libraries Mar 20
In honour of , we look to food champions who inspire us. for always taking action and being smart about it.
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Miriam Mar 21
Yesterday’s session was super engaging - people asked for (and were granted) more time to ideate! Thank you all for your help as we develop the initial submission for
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Jess Lawson Mar 9
The Mobile Food Market is just one of the contributing organizations in the city helping community members gain access to healthy, affordable foods.
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innovacorp Mar 7
Hey tech friends, just launched Halifax's bid for the Smart Cities Challenge. Let’s help our community get access to the food they need to thrive. You know about – or are building! – tech solutions that can help, so get involved.
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innovacorp Mar 14
Halifax is entering the Smart Cities Challenge and needs your help. (Pls RT) Public engagement sessions start soon to gather insights on how we can improve access to affordable, healthy food. Share your input at a session or via the survey.
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United Way Halifax May 8
1 in 5 people are facing food insecurity in Halifax. Halifax's Smart Cities proposal looks at innovative ways to ensure everyone in our city has access to affordable, nutritious food.
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Halifax Libraries Mar 19
In honour of , we look to food champions who inspire us. for recognizing that sometimes lunch is what is needed.
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Renée LeVangie Mar 14
has the second highest rate of food insecurity in Canada. Let's change that. Learn more about the Smart Cities Challenge () and share your experience by participating in the survey:
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Halifax Partnership Mar 23
You have a few days left to participate in the Smart Cities Challenge Survey. Deadline is midnight March 24! Your feedback will help address accessing affordable, healthy food in .
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hfxgov Mar 24
TODAY (Mar. 24): A session is being held at Sheet Harbour Public Library from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Join us, and help us address accessibility to affordable, healthy food by sharing your experiences.
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Sara Napier Mar 19
Hi everyone. A quick video to tell you more about . Take a peek & share your opinion tonight. You can help shape a proposal for $50 million to solve a social issue through & in .
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