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Waterloo Region - Final Proposal 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 Region of Waterloo's application to the Smart Cities Challenge.

Prize category: $50 million
Name of community: Cambridge
Province: Ontario
Population: 129,920
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Kitchener
Province: Ontario
Population: 233 222
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: North Dumfries
Province: Ontario
Population: 10,215
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Waterloo
Province: Ontario
Population: 104,986
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Wellesley
Province: Ontario
Population: 11,260
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Wilmot
Province: Ontario
Population: 20,545
Indigenous community: No

Name of community: Woolwich
Province: Ontario
Population: 25,006
Indigenous community: No

Challenge statement

We will become the benchmark community in Canada for child and youth wellbeing by using early intervention, youth engagement and a connected-community framework to create adaptive, data-driven programs and scalable learning technologies that improve early child development, mental health and high school graduation rates.

 

 

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