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See how communities like yours are tapping the potential of data and technology



Data & tech to make post-secondary campuses safer

REES, a new online platform for reporting sexual violence launches this fall on campuses across Manitoba.



Cree hunters get new phone app to report harvest

Data will be important for wildlife management, ice safety and keeping track of changes in climate. The association representing hunters and trappers in northern Quebec Cree communities is turning to technology to help land users better report what they harvest and what they see out on the land. 


Could co-operative housing be a solution for greener, sustainable living?

See examples of co-operative, intentional living working in urban and rural communities.


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CUG+R and NAIMA Launch Online Training for Construction Industry

In partnership with the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association of Canada (NAIMA Canada), the Centre for Urban Growth + Renewal has developed an online training resource to help workers in the construction industry become more familiar with retrofitting in occupied buildings.


New initiative designed to build net-zero housing will help meet nutritional needs in remote communities as well

Besides drastically improving the affordability of living in remote communities, the initiative is also expected to provide numerous jobs for community members.