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Collectivité de Plessisville, Saint-Quentin, Saint-Pierre-Jolys and La Broquerie Application 2018

The Smart Cities Challenge is a pan-Canadian competition open to all municipalities, local or regional governments, and Indigenous communities (First Nations, Métis and Inuit). The Challenge empowers communities to adopt a smart cities approach to improve the lives of their residents through innovation, data and connected technology.

Download and review the Cities of Plessivillem Saint-Quentin, Saint-Pierre-Jolys and La Borquerie's application to the Smart Cities Challenge.

Prize category: $5 million
Name of community: Plessisville
Province: Quebec
Population: 6551
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Saint-Quentin
Province: Nouveau-Brunswick
Population: 2194
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Saint-Pierre-Jolys
Province: Manitoba
Population: 1170
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: La Broquerie
Province: Manitoba
Population: 6076
Indigenous community: No

Challenge statement

Permettre aux collectivités, évoluant dans des contextes exigeants en mutation constante, de répondre adéquatement aux besoins exprimés par leurs populations, notamment ceux des familles, des aînés et des citoyens en perte d’autonomie, par l’utilisation de solutions technologiques simples, efficaces, agiles, évolutives et abordables favorisant de surcroît l’épanouissement économique des régions.

English translation

Enabling communities, operating in demanding and constantly changing contexts, to respond adequately to the needs expressed by their populations, particularly those of families, seniors and citizens with a loss of autonomy, through the use of simple, effective, agile, scalable and affordable technological solutions, further promoting the economic development of the regions.

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