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MRC de Coaticook 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 Coaticook Municipalities Grouping's application to the Smart Cities Challenge.

Prize category: $10 million
Name of community: Municipality of Barnston-Ouest
Province: Québec 
Population: 591
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Town of Coaticook
Province: Québec 
Population: 9255    
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Municipality of Compton    
Province: Québec 
Population: 3,112
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Municipality of Dixville    
Province: Québec 
Population: 710    
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Municipality of East Hereford    
Province: Québec 
Population: 306    
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Municipality of Martinville    
Province: Québec 
Population: 469    
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Municipality of Saint-Edwige-de-Clifton    
Province: Québec 
Population: 484    
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Municipality of Sainte-Herménégilde    
Province: Québec 
Population: 702    
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Municipality of Saint-Malo    
Province: Québec 
Population: 483    
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Municipality of Saint-Venant-de-Paquette    
Province: Québec 
Population: 104    
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Municipality of Stanstead-Est    
Province: Québec 
Population: 603    
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: City of Waterville    
Province: Québec 
Population: 2,028    
Indigenous community: No

Challenge statement

Consolidate a dynamic occupation of the territory by our citizens, organizations, institutions and companies by making a capital technological turn that will provide dynamic local services equivalent to those of urban centers and will stimulate, through research and innovation, the vitality of our region, especially that of agricultural enterprises.

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