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Oxford County 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 Oxford County's application to the Smart Cities Challenge.

Prize category: $10 million
Name of community: Blandford-Blenheim/Oxford
County Province: Ontario
Population: 7399
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: East Zorra-Tavistock/Oxford
County Province: Ontario 
Population: 7129
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Ingersoll/Oxford County
Province: Ontario 
Population: 12757
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Norwich/Oxford County
Province: Ontario 
Population: 11001
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: South-West Oxford/Oxford
County Province: Ontario 
Population: 7664
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Tillsonburg/Oxford
County Province: Ontario 
Population: 15872
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Woodstock/Oxford
County Province: Ontario 
Population: 40902
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Zorra/Oxford
County Province: Ontario
Population: 8139
Indigenous community: No

Challenge statement

Healthy, energy efficient, affordable buildings - where we live, work and play - are fundamental to community well-being. Through enhancement of data and technology, Oxford County's Building Transformation project will demonstrate a minimum 10% improvement in occupant health, a 50% reduction in energy consumption, and an overall affordability improvement of 10%.

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