Map of the 199 CANADIAN communities that applied to the Smart Cities Challenge. The table displays the communities that are being shown on the map.

Three CDN Cities win millions from WEF to build (SMART) (S)urveillance (M)onitering (Analysis) (R)eporting (T)ech City Projects:

  • Guelph Ontario
  • Montreal Quebec
  • Bridgewater NS

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Here is a complete list of communities as of February 10, 2023
The easiest way to see if your city or district is listed here, is to search your province name.

Name of communityFinalistProvince or TerritoryPopulation Based on 2016 CensusPrize categoryChallenge statement
AustinNoQuebec1485$ 5 millionIn order to meet citizens’ varied expectations, Austin – a member of the “TMForum Connected Citizen Catalyst” – will have the world’s first shared, neutral mass Digital Transport Infrastructure that will offer the flexibility and agility that is required for supporting smart solutions and that will revolutionize accessibility for rural Canadian communities.
Beaconsfield (group)NoQuebec19324$ 10 millionOur entire community will be connected through an innovative and secure community platform that promotes social integration, mutual support and civic engagement.
Blandford-Blenheim/Oxford County (group)NoOntario7399$ 10 millionHealthy, 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%.
BoisbriandNoQuebec26884$ 50 millionCollective synergy at the service of innovationThanks to its Technology Centre, the City of Boisbriand will provide the tools and environment for the development of individual and collective ingenuity through self-learning. In this cooperative context, the City wishes to stimulate the innovation capacity of the citizens so they can build their community of tomorrow.
Bowen IslandNoBritish Columbia3680$ 5 millionOur community will dramatically reduce its high reliance on single-occupancy internal-combustion vehicles by implementing a Community Mobility Platform – to enable a greater array of on-demand, shared, and low-carbon mobility options—measurably improving mobility choice, public health and safety, while strengthening community connections, supporting local economic opportunities, and lowering carbon emissions.
BromontNoQuebec9041$ 5 millionBecome the Canadian excellence laboratory for extensive bicycle use.Our ultimate goal: 70% of residents and visitors use bicycles on a monthly basis (seasonally) within the next five years.
Brossard (group)NoQuebec85721$ 10 millionOur entire community will be connected through an innovative and secure community platform that promotes social integration, mutual support and civic engagement.
Cape Breton Regional Municipality (group)NoNova Scotia94285$ 10 millionAfter years of out-migration and economic decline, our community will rebuild its once thriving economy by empowering young people through technology-enabled intergenerational knowledge transfer, leadership development, innovation and entrepreneurship in order to reduce out-migration, promote economic development, lower rates of unemployment, and reduce poverty for future generations.
Castlegar (group)NoBritish Columbia8039$ 10 millionOur rural region will work together to measurably improve travel decision-making, road safety, and digital access by decreasing accidents, reducing transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions, and building the capacity of all residents to adopt digital technologies.
Châteauguay (group)NoQuebec47906$ 10 millionOur entire community will be connected through an innovative and secure community platform that promotes social integration, mutual support and civic engagement.
City of AbbotsfordNoBritish Columbia141397$ 10 millionTo shed our long held title as Canada’s most car dependent Census Metropolitan Area, Abbotsford will create an intelligent primary transit corridor that greatly improves the connectedness of our residents and boosts our sustainable transportation mode share by 50%.
City of BramptonNoOntario617994$ 50 millionBrampton will become Canada’s most inclusive and fastest growing citizen-driven community inspired by the needs and vast potential of its newcomers and youth; our community will be shaped around citizens’ uniquely understood values and ideas to enhance newcomers’ connection to the City and retain youth – our largest enablers of change.
City of Campbell RiverNoBritish Columbia32588$ 10 millionWe will transform our downtown, collaborating with our partners and using enabling technologies, open data, and smart applications to solve safety issues and care for the needs of our vulnerable population, creating a welcoming city centre that attracts more businesses and visitors.
City of CharlottetownNoPrince Edward Island36094$ 10 millionCharlottetown will become a community focused on building mental wellness and resilience among youth, reducing the prevalence of mood and anxiety disorders, reducing the costs of mental health care and reducing tobacco use, heavy drinking and cannabis use through increasing physical activity and improving opportunities for social inclusion and empowerment.
City of Clarence-RocklandNoOntario24512$ 5 millionClarence-Rockland will leverage smart city sensors and geospatial analysis to drive change and create a complete active transportation network allowing 100% of residents to access key community destinations within walking and bicycling distance, accelerating our progress towards becoming a connected, healthy city that cultivates a sense of place and possibility.
City of CoquitlamNoBritish Columbia139284$ 10 millionCoquitlam will become a Smart City Living Lab by leveraging technology, data, experimentation, research and public-private-people partnerships to develop waste management solutions that minimize and mitigate human-wildlife conflict and address other emerging environmental and sustainability issues such as waste reduction and diversion, greenhouse gas reduction and use of renewable energies.
City of CornwallNoOntario46589$ 10 millionResidents in Cornwall will feel safer and more secure knowing that their homes can communicate with emergency services if the need ever arises via the Safe Home Monitoring System (SHMS).
City of EstevanNoSaskatchewan11483$ 5 million“Improve our standard of living”After a recent drastic and steady economic decline, our community will rejuvenate a dormant and sluggish energy city into one of the most thriving and diversified locations in Canada for economic growth and community development.
City of Greater SudburyNoOntario161531$ 10 millionThe City of Greater Sudbury is mining for new economic growth and social inclusion by developing a Smart City Living Lab to provide an inclusive technological platform for innovation that improves residents’ lives, adds new tech jobs and nurtures bright minds looking for a place to shine.
City of KelownaNoBritish Columbia127380$ 10 millionOur community will ensure that every person can access affordable and diverse housing options and related supports that fit their life circumstances.
City of LangfordNoBritish Columbia35342$ 10 millionThe City of Langford will leverage its momentum as one of the fastest growing municipalities in Canada into unprecedented affordability and livability within the next ten years through the implementation of a Smart City development strategy informed by connected digital sensor technologies to increase efficiency and reduce costs.
City of LethbridgeNoAlberta92729$ 10 millionThrough the development of an innovation district, Lethbridge will double its post-secondary graduate retention rates and will become the city of choice for businesses that think and operate differently by 2025.
City of Maple RidgeNoBritish Columbia82256$ 10 millionThe City of Maple Ridge will provide its citizens access to the data, information, tools and applications that they need to connect with each other and with their local government so that every citizen who wants to participate and collaborate in Community issues is empowered to do so.
City of MarkhamNoOntario328966$ 10 millionEvery senior in our community will be empowered to make choices, and experience proactive and responsive care that eliminates social isolation and improves their health and wellness, and that of the broader community.
City of MississaugaNoOntario721599$ 50 millionWe envision a future where Mississauga has solved for Social and Economic Resilience; where everyone has equal opportunity and feels empowered; where communities are vibrant; a place where people connect, adapt, and succeed; supported by a robust digital ecosystem; measured by a social resilience index – A Smart City for Everyone.
City of MonctonNoNew Brunswick71889$ 10 millionMoncton will transform into a model eco-city with practical, holistic and integrated systems that supports both the community’s high quality of life and the collective reduction of energy consumption and waste while increasing renewable energy use.
City of Morden (group)NoManitoba8668$ 10 millionOur community will remove mobility barriers for all citizens by creating an accessible, sustainable, point deviation, machine learning, mode-integrated greenfield public transportation system made possible by connected technology and artificial intelligence that is driven by a multi-lingual mobile-enabled application.
City of Mount PearlNoNewfoundland and Labrador22957$ 50 millionWith a shrinking, aging population, and an economy in transition, Mount Pearl will transform itself, building a Technology Sandbox to attract and retain the best minds and the brightest companies. By 2023, we will lower our median age, increase our population by 5% and double the number of technology companies.
City of NanaimoNoBritish Columbia90504$ 10 millionIncrease citizen safety and security and enhance the quality of life for all residents by facilitating real time access to housing, services, resources and supports.
City of New WestminsterNoBritish Columbia70996$ 10 millionWe will be Canada’s first digitally democratic society with the highest rate of participation in local decision-making that is inclusive of our diverse population and most vulnerable citizens.
City of Niagara Falls / Niagara Region (group)NoOntario88071$ 10 millionIn moving Niagara’s sense of belonging from 72% to 90% by 2028 we will improve economic vibrancy, health behaviors and civic engagement and this will be accomplished by creating a digital ecosystem that makes ‘invisible’ members of society visible and by developing reimagined connectivity hubs that enable participation by all.
City of North BayNoOntario51553$ 10 million“North Bay will lead Canada in healthy living and healthcare by improving access to trusted support, real-time digitized – best evidence information and promoting healthy choices, connecting all health providers and people in the spirit of inclusion & equality.”
City of North VancouverNoBritish Columbia52898$ 10 millionGreat cities strive to improve community quality of life, enable good mobility decisions and ensure a smaller carbon footprint. We will use lighting and signal technologies to create information driven dynamic parking regulations, pedestrian scale lighting, EV charging and prioritization for rapid transit; to optimize our streets for all people.
City of OshawaNoOntario159458$ 10 millionVulnerable residents in Oshawa’s low-income priority neighbourhoods will be empowered through a community designed digital Prosperity and Wellbeing Partnership to acquire and use technology to access resources and services, and increase their economic and social participation and potential thereby improving the neighbourhood Wellbeing Index faster than the overall City.
City of OttawaNoOntario934243$ 50 millionOttawa will invest in our youth to create a smarter national capital where young people are safe, active, healthy, and empowered to innovate and co-create our future; we will increase youth employment by 25% and provide them with the skills, experience, and confidence needed to succeed in today’s digital economy.
City of PentictonNoBritish Columbia33761$ 10 millionLet’s build a physically & mentally healthier, strongly-connected Penticton where each person has access and opportunity to maximize their health potential.
City of Port AlberniNoBritish Columbia17678$ 10 millionBecome a Truly Resourceful CommunityWith advanced technology, traditional wisdom, and a new consciousness, within five years we will become Canada’s first true zero waste community and fully utilize the natural resources in our coastal area, thus also beginning to heal the separation between ourselves and the planet.
City of Port Colborne / Niagara Region (group)NoOntario18306$ 10 millionIn moving Niagara’s sense of belonging from 72% to 90% by 2028 we will improve economic vibrancy, health behaviors and civic engagement and this will be accomplished by creating a digital ecosystem that makes ‘invisible’ members of society visible and by developing reimagined connectivity hubs that enable participation by all.
City of RevelstokeNoBritish Columbia7547$ 5 millionWe will improve the prosperity of Revelstoke by closing the gap between the calculated Living Wage and median incomes by 25% by increasing economic growth and reducing costs.
City of Saint JohnNoNew Brunswick67575$ 10 millionGrowth through Migration: Saint John will reverse its status as the only CMA in Canada to report population decline in the 2016 Census by exceeding the national average of five per cent population growth through the attraction and retention of more newcomers to contribute to a welcoming and prosperous city.
City of St. AlbertNoAlberta65590$ 10 millionSt. Albert will apply a Smart Mobility vision to eliminate traffic fatalities and serious injuries, improve local travel efficiency by 20% and advance seamless regional travel, while serving as a national model for remote sensing and future travel mode readiness.
City of St. Catharines / Niagara Region (group)NoOntario133113$ 10 millionIn moving Niagara’s sense of belonging from 72% to 90% by 2028 we will improve economic vibrancy, health behaviors and civic engagement and this will be accomplished by creating a digital ecosystem that makes ‘invisible’ members of society visible and by developing reimagined connectivity hubs that enable participation by all.
City of Thorold / Niagara Region (group)NoOntario18801$ 10 millionIn moving Niagara’s sense of belonging from 72% to 90% by 2028 we will improve economic vibrancy, health behaviors and civic engagement and this will be accomplished by creating a digital ecosystem that makes ‘invisible’ members of society visible and by developing reimagined connectivity hubs that enable participation by all.
City of Thunder BayNoOntario107909$ 10 millionReeling from the tragic deaths of Indigenous youth, Thunder Bay, in partnership with Fort William First Nation, will transform through truth and reconciliation, and investments in smart public safety technology and infrastructure – becoming a city where everyone feels safe and connected to each other and their celebrated lands and waters.
City of VaughanNoOntario306233$ 10 millionVaughan will continue to blend its five historic communities into “One Vaughan” with connected and engaged citizens to strengthen social cohesion and increase a sense of belonging by 10 per cent while creating new levels of accessibility to services, information and events, thereby supporting mental well-being for all Canadians.
City of Welland / Niagara Region (group)NoOntario52293$ 10 millionIn moving Niagara’s sense of belonging from 72% to 90% by 2028 we will improve economic vibrancy, health behaviors and civic engagement and this will be accomplished by creating a digital ecosystem that makes ‘invisible’ members of society visible and by developing reimagined connectivity hubs that enable participation by all.
City of WetaskiwinNoAlberta12655$ 5 millionThe city of Wetaskiwin is dedicated in helping its residence live in a safe and active community by being innovative and inclusive to all, access to autonomous transportation is a great opportunity to allow residents continued success in work rest and play
City of WhitehorseNoYukon28225$ 10 millionAfter experiencing increasingly unaffordable housing costs over the past decade, our community will become a national leader in developing solutions to housing affordability.
City of Windsor (group)NoOntario217188$ 10 millionWe will build a bridge to prosperity for all residents of Windsor-Essex by leveraging partnerships, community resources and smart technologies that connect families to educational, employment, and health supports required to move our region’s child poverty rate below the national average in 10 years.
City of Winkler (group)NoManitoba12591$ 10 millionOur community will remove mobility barriers for all citizens by creating an accessible, sustainable, point deviation, machine learning, mode-integrated greenfield public transportation system made possible by connected technology and artificial intelligence that is driven by a multi-lingual mobile-enabled application.
City of WinnipegNoManitoba705244$ 50 millionOur community will implement an intelligent, open, and integrated municipal transportation ecosystem, reducing transportation infrastructure costs 10x over five years, while enabling mobility-as-a-service and public safety for all citizens.
CoaticookNoQuebec18497$ 10 millionTo boost the dynamic occupation of the territory by our citizens, organizations, institutions and businesses through a major technological shift that will guarantee dynamic community services equivalent to those of urban centres and that will stimulate, through research and innovation, the vitality of our region, particularly that of agricultural businesses.
Corner BrookNoNewfoundland and Labrador19806$ 5 millionNewfoundland has the highest unemployment rate in the country at nearly 2.5 times the national average. With over a 10% current unemployment rate in the City, we will reduce our rate to levels seen in other areas of Atlantic Canada.
County of BruceNoOntario68147$ 10 millionBruce County, and the surrounding region, is an energy economic hub, able to advance Canada as a world-leader in the development, adoption and application of energy and environmental technologies.
County of Grande Prairie No. 1NoAlberta22502$ 5 millionAll residents, businesses and community groups will be empowered to connect with their local government and feel that the issues that matter to them are heard and addressed accurately, consistently and in a timely fashion through any means of communication.
County of SimcoeNoOntario479650$ 10 millionAfter years of increasing flood susceptibility, Simcoe County, partner municipalities and agencies will utilize innovative ‘smart technologies’ to reduce future damages and public risk by at least 50%; provide timely flood notifications to residents within at-risk areas; and, implement effective partnership measures to mitigate flooding concerns with emergency management services.
Cree Nation of ChisasibiNoQuebec4870$ 5 millionOur community plans to implement environmental tracking elements linked to our community-wide wifi network. The environmental tracking will enable a better understanding of climactic changes to ancestral lands using state of the art technologies. The wifi network linked to street lighting will improve safety while encouraging and increasing recreational activity.
Delaware Nation at Moraviantown (group)NoOntario395$ 10 millionOur communities will increase sense of empowerment and inclusion by ensuring every person has access to available, affordable, accessible, and safe transportation whenever they need it.
Delson (group)NoQuebec7457$ 10 millionOur entire community will be connected through an innovative and secure community platform that promotes social integration, mutual support and civic engagement.
DieppeNoNew Brunswick25364$ 5 millionOur community will provide an efficient, high-ridership public transit system that allows for trips tailored to the needs of its users, while reducing traffic congestion and our environmental footprint, and resulting in the reduction of our greenhouse gas production.
District of BarriereNoBritish Columbia1713$ 5 million“Spellbinders and Yarns” is our community creating a mesmerizing, sustainable, joint venture destination spurring economic and social impacts utilizing virtual/augmented reality, apps, and experiential learning, spreading environmental awareness through storytelling about First Nation culture, natural history and artisans’ works, while doubling as an emergency command and work training centre.
District of SquamishNoBritish Columbia19512$ 10 millionSquamish, one of Canada’s fastest-growing municipalities, will engage and empower our community to sustainably grow by reducing overall waste, and by turning waste into assets — clean energy, renewable materials and new products — at once powering our economy, creating future-focused jobs, and exceeding government waste and greenhouse gas emission targets.
District of TofinoNoBritish Columbia1932$ 5 millionOur community will use evidence-based science, big data, and world-leading ocean observing technologies to develop a suite of “Wave Safe” tools that can be scaled to other coastal communities to save lives and improve community resilience and real-time response to earthquakes, tsunamis, and storm surges.
DrummondvilleNoQuebec75423$ 10 millionTurn an abandoned downtown industrial site into a diversified eco-district, thereby creating a human-scale environment reflecting the best sustainable development innovations and practices: an urban integration model designed to be walkable and to weave an outstanding quality of life.
East Zorra-Tavistock/Oxford County (group)NoOntario7129$ 10 millionHealthy, 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%.
Eskasoni (group)NoNova Scotia3422$ 10 millionAfter years of out-migration and economic decline, our community will rebuild its once thriving economy by empowering young people through technology-enabled intergenerational knowledge transfer, leadership development, innovation and entrepreneurship in order to reduce out-migration, promote economic development, lower rates of unemployment, and reduce poverty for future generations.
Frog Lake First NationNoAlberta2755$ 5 millionA problem with garbage disposal and collection in Frog Lake must be addressed for the health and safety of all community members. Frog Lake will enjoy a clean, healthy, safe and aesthetically pleasing environment through the Smart City Challenge. Frog Lake youth will be involved through project implementation and training.
Gaskiers – Point la Haye (group)NoNewfoundland and Labrador232$ 5 millionFaced with aging demographics and declining economic activity, our communities will rally together to create opportunities for self-reliance and inclusion in the ever-growing tourism industry.
Halifax Regional MunicipalityNoNova Scotia403131$ 50 millionDespite record growth, Halifax is one of the most food insecure cities in Canada, so we will improve access to nutritious, affordable food for every person, making this a more equitable place to live, and our community the most food secure in the country.
HamiltonNoOntario536917$ 50 millionHamilton will become Canada’s most connected community by rethinking the delivery of health, education and social services using technology to significantly improve the health and wellness of residents to be measured amongst the highest in the country.
HampsteadNoQuebec6973$ 5 millionHampstead, My Life Made SimplerOur community will benefit from simplified interactions with the Town, its partners, and eventually, with other levels of government, through an approach that provides information and listed services that focuses on citizens’ needs. An innovative approach that transcends administrative structures.
Huron-Wendat Nation (group)NoQuebec2134$ 10 millionOur entire community will be connected through an innovative and secure community platform that promotes social integration, mutual support and civic engagement.
Ingersoll/Oxford County (group)NoOntario12757$ 10 millionHealthy, 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%.
JolietteNoQuebec20484$ 5 millionBuilding vibrant physical and virtual communities by working on mobility with partners that are interested in developing alternatives to solo car use, proposing a sustainable and intelligent solution to problems with congestion, parking and isolation of communities in the region’s north using a mobile application.
Kainai – Blood Tribe First NationNoAlberta4570$ 5 millionKainai-Blood Tribe will become a Vibrant and Safe Community by integrating our traditional language and history onto signs, a mapping system and a mobile app for Roads and Significant Sights both on-off reserve, which will build awareness of our culture and history and improve emergency response times for our community.
KingstonNoOntario123798$ 10 millionKingston will tackle isolation by reimagining social, digital and physical connectedness to foster a healthy, resilient, and engaged community, as measured by a newly created Social Isolation Index.
Kwantlen First Nation (group)NoBritish Columbia280$ 10 millionEnsuring an ongoing legacy of truth and reconciliation through technology that fosters respect of our shared histories and land, advances and enhances learning, and supports a vibrant economic future.
La Broquerie (group)NoManitoba6076$ 5 millionAllow communities that are dealing with demanding, constantly changing contexts to adequately respond to the needs expressed by their populations, particularly families, seniors and residents with reduced autonomy, through the use of simple, effective, flexible, evolving and affordable technological solutions that also foster economic growth in the regions.
La Prairie (group)NoQuebec24110$ 10 millionOur entire community will be connected through an innovative and secure community platform that promotes social integration, mutual support and civic engagement.
LavalNoQuebec422993$ 10 millionLaval will be one of the 75 best places to live in Canada within 5 years. We will set up a downtown that is vibrant, attractive and inclusive where one can live, thrive, work, study, interact and be entertained thanks to efficient, adapted and user-friendly transportation facilitated by intelligent and sustainable mobility solutions.
LévisNoQuebec143414$ 10 millionThe City of Lévis will improve mobility on Boulevard Guillaume-Couture, increase the commercial speed of public transit, while collecting data to better plan and manage mobility, with a view to eventually extending this mode of management throughout its territory.
Local Government District of PinawaNoManitoba1504$ 5 millionPinawa will become the first community in the world to be powered by a Small Modular Reactor and demonstrate, to other remote communities, the capacity to have safe, reliable, clean, and affordable electricity enabling them to grow their own fresh food and improve educational and technological opportunities through improved connectivity.
LondonNoOntario383822$ 10 millionLondon will be the most connected, empowered and democratic city in Canada. All residents will have a strong sense of civic belonging and the ability to shape community decision-making, supported by the use of technology, data and culture of innovation.
LongueuilNoQuebec239700$ 10 millionFor time and quality of life benefits, Longueuil Smart City optimizes the fluidity of urban, active and safe mobility. The citizen experience is personalized through empowerment and inclusion.
Lower Nicola Indian BandNoBritish Columbia11000$ 5 millionBuild a Centre of Innovation and Culture powered by renewable energy to further regional economic development, offer evolving technology education and training accessibility, business incubation opportunities, tourism showcase as well as fostering Indigenous cultural understanding where technology is the platform to teach, share, practice and inspire.
Magog (group)NoQuebec26669$ 10 millionOur entire community will be connected through an innovative and secure community platform that promotes social integration, mutual support and civic engagement.
MashteuiatshNoQuebec1957$ 5 millionTake into consideration the needs of our First Nation members and the status of our resources to deal rigorously with the issues and challenges facing the Mashteuiatsh community. The Pekuakamiulnuatsh First Nation wants to give itself the future it deserves and want for its children.
Membertou (group)NoNova Scotia1015$ 10 millionAfter years of out-migration and economic decline, our community will rebuild its once thriving economy by empowering young people through technology-enabled intergenerational knowledge transfer, leadership development, innovation and entrepreneurship in order to reduce out-migration, promote economic development, lower rates of unemployment, and reduce poverty for future generations.
Mississaugas of the New Credit First NationNoOntario2324$ 5 millionBECOME EMPOWERED & INCLUDED IN THE CONNECTED SOCIETY“Our community will diversify its economic base & create 25 new jobs with two new technology business within the First Nation. We will empower our citizens to become actively engaged with the leadership by developing a mobile app to interact with the community website”
MontebelloNoQuebec983$ 5 million“Techn’eau Consommation”: Giving the community technological tools via a mobile application to reach and even exceed the per capita drinking water consumption reference values set by government authorities in order to save this precious resource and manage it effectively.
Moose FactoryNoOntario4870$ 10 millionAir services hub for my community at a high level of safety and comfort utilizing new technology and innovation• Construct a Heli-drone port to provide a high level of safety for commuters, Freighting, Employees and Operators. To Provide cost effective air transportation and cargo freighting using Drone and Helicopter technology.
Municipality of BayhamNoOntario7396$ 5 millionBayham will leverage data and connected technology in a ‘Smart Sidewalk Network’ to create responsive infrastructure that will improve walkability, by providing reliable, accessible active transportation opportunities that ensures 100% of pedestrians have access to active transportation opportunities, thereby achieving a measurable increase in social inclusion and overall communal health.
Municipality of Chatham-Kent (group)NoOntario101647$ 10 millionOur communities will increase sense of empowerment and inclusion by ensuring every person has access to available, affordable, accessible, and safe transportation whenever they need it.
Municipality of Hope TownNoQuebec339$ 5 millionCouple existing community infrastructure and mobile technologies to reengineer the “thrift shop” model of reusing consumer goods to create a trendy and convenient platform which engages all socio-economic segments of citizenry, thereby: combating poverty and social exclusion, encouraging sustainable consumer goods consumption / waste reduction, ultimately reinvigorating a devitalized rural community.
Municipality of the County of Annapolis (group)NoNova Scotia18252$ 10 millionTo provide a safe and secure environment for citizens of four municipalities through the development of a flood mitigation system that will also incorporate a renewable energy source, ensuring the promotion of growth, sustainability and protection of the region.
Municipality of the County of Antigonish (group)NoNova Scotia19301$ 10 millionOur Community strives to be a leader by harnessing technology, renewable energy, energy efficiency, scientific and traditional knowledge to secure clean, safe, potable water for everyone (100% of our residents); empowering citizens to monitor, manage, conserve and protect this essential but finite resource.
Municipality of the District of Digby (group)NoNova Scotia7107$ 10 millionTo provide a safe and secure environment for citizens of four municipalities through the development of a flood mitigation system that will also incorporate a renewable energy source, ensuring the promotion of growth, sustainability and protection of the region.
Nelson (group)NoBritish Columbia10572$ 10 millionOur rural region will work together to measurably improve travel decision-making, road safety, and digital access by decreasing accidents, reducing transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions, and building the capacity of all residents to adopt digital technologies.
NicoletNoQuebec8216$ 5 millionNicolet: a “smart” roadway for sharing. The Town of Nicolet is proposing a project that addresses multiple facets of humans and their mobility. The project is very ambitious and includes four components: safety, transportation, active living and a healthy environment. Project success can be measured in numerous ways.
Norwich/Oxford County (group)NoOntario11001$ 10 millionHealthy, 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%.
Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation (group)NoNova Scotia540$ 10 millionOur Community strives to be a leader by harnessing technology, renewable energy, energy efficiency, scientific and traditional knowledge to secure clean, safe, potable water for everyone (100% of our residents); empowering citizens to monitor, manage, conserve and protect this essential but finite resource.
Plessisville (group)NoQuebec6551$ 5 millionAllow communities that are dealing with demanding, constantly changing contexts to adequately respond to the needs expressed by their populations, particularly families, seniors and residents with reduced autonomy, through the use of simple, effective, flexible, evolving and affordable technological solutions that also foster economic growth in the regions.
Powell RiverNoBritish Columbia13157$ 5 millionPowell River will reshape its economy by attracting knowledge-based workers to the community and by providing the physical, knowledge-based and technological resources for all entrepreneurs to have successful business start-ups.
ReginaNoSaskatchewan215016$ 10 millionBy integrating innovative connected data and new, cutting-edge technology applications, our mid-sized City will improve road safety while promoting a vibrant community life. Better- connected, technology-enabled mobility options will reduce incidences of impaired driving by 40% and vehicle collisions by 25%, saving human and financial costs.
Riverhead (group)NoNewfoundland and Labrador185$ 5 millionFaced with aging demographics and declining economic activity, our communities will rally together to create opportunities for self-reliance and inclusion in the ever-growing tourism industry.
RosemèreNoQuebec13958$ 5 millionBeing “smart” to protect the environment for a sustainable community.
Rossland (group)NoBritish Columbia3729$ 10 millionOur rural region will work together to measurably improve travel decision-making, road safety, and digital access by decreasing accidents, reducing transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions, and building the capacity of all residents to adopt digital technologies.
Rural Municipality of Stanley (group)NoManitoba9038$ 10 millionOur community will remove mobility barriers for all citizens by creating an accessible, sustainable, point deviation, machine learning, mode-integrated greenfield public transportation system made possible by connected technology and artificial intelligence that is driven by a multi-lingual mobile-enabled application.
SaguenayNoQuebec145949$ 10 millionSaguenay has been experiencing a demographic decline and an aging population for several years and wants to counter this phenomenon by creating an innovation hub based on connected technologies in order to attract businesses.
Saint-Basile-le-Grand (group)NoQuebec17059$ 10 millionOur entire community will be connected through an innovative and secure community platform that promotes social integration, mutual support and civic engagement.
Saint-Constant (group)NoQuebec27359$ 10 millionOur entire community will be connected through an innovative and secure community platform that promotes social integration, mutual support and civic engagement.
Sainte-Catherine (group)NoQuebec17047$ 10 millionOur entire community will be connected through an innovative and secure community platform that promotes social integration, mutual support and civic engagement.
Sainte-JulieNoQuebec29881$ 10 millionOur community will build the first WELL-certified smart citizen centre in Canada and use it to put technology to work for people and sustainable development.
Saint-Lambert (group)NoQuebec21861$ 10 millionOur entire community will be connected through an innovative and secure community platform that promotes social integration, mutual support and civic engagement.
Saint-NazaireNoQuebec2167$ 10 millionThe community will develop an innovative support strategy based on virtual technology development, the revitalization of the agrifood industry, and integration with Industry 4.0, thereby attracting new families, and improving net migration, the rural lifestyle, quality of life for citizens and eco-friendly farming.
Saint-Pierre-Jolys (group)NoManitoba1170$ 5 millionAllow communities that are dealing with demanding, constantly changing contexts to adequately respond to the needs expressed by their populations, particularly families, seniors and residents with reduced autonomy, through the use of simple, effective, flexible, evolving and affordable technological solutions that also foster economic growth in the regions.
Saint-Quentin (group)NoNew Brunswick2194$ 5 millionAllow communities that are dealing with demanding, constantly changing contexts to adequately respond to the needs expressed by their populations, particularly families, seniors and residents with reduced autonomy, through the use of simple, effective, flexible, evolving and affordable technological solutions that also foster economic growth in the regions.
Sault Ste. MarieNoOntario73368$ 10 millionWe are going to reverse population decline and youth outmigration by building the Country’s most advanced youth engagement and data analytics platform which will connect our youth to their community and its opportunities and will encourage them to develop the skill sets that are required by the new economy.
SherbrookeNoQuebec161323$ 10 millionSince Sherbrooke is the city with the second lowest family income in Canada, it must attract and retain more talent and value-added businesses by revitalizing its living environment and remaking its downtown into a creative, connected, innovative and inclusive place for businesses, workers and residents to converge.
South-West Oxford/Oxford County (group)NoOntario7664$ 10 millionHealthy, 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%.
St. John’sNoNewfoundland and Labrador205955$ 10 millionAn integrated mobility network will get people of all ages and abilities moving more freely around rugged, wet, and windy St. John’s, shifting us away from the passive transportation culture that is making us sick and, by 2024, increasing the share of sustainable and active transportation commuter trips by 40%.
St. Mary’s (group)NoNewfoundland and Labrador347$ 5 millionFaced with aging demographics and declining economic activity, our communities will rally together to create opportunities for self-reliance and inclusion in the ever-growing tourism industry.
St. Vincent’s – St. Stephen’s – Peter’s River (group)NoNewfoundland and Labrador313$ 5 millionFaced with aging demographics and declining economic activity, our communities will rally together to create opportunities for self-reliance and inclusion in the ever-growing tourism industry.
Strathcona CountyNoAlberta98044$ 10 million“Feel Connected and Included”Citizens will have access to a trusted community platform that connects them to programs, services and each other to increase the feeling of safety, inclusion and connectedness.
The City of CalgaryNoAlberta1239220$ 50 millionCalgary will revolutionize to become Canada’s most inclusive and resilient community by connecting all Calgarians, enabling access to the services, supports and information they need to be engaged and lead fulfilling lives AND increasing economic diversification to create more job opportunities.
The City of Red DeerNoAlberta100418$ 10 millionProvide residents and visitors anticipatory navigation to activities, sites and amenities to increase the engagement and participation in our community.
The City of TorontoNoOntario2731571$ 50 millionWe will significantly reduce poverty among children living in older high-rise rental communities by empowering 100% of their families with the digital tools necessary for a more prosperous future: high-speed internet access, the means to increase digital literacy and a smart platform to connect to enhanced economic opportunities.
Tillsonburg/Oxford County (group)NoOntario15872$ 10 millionHealthy, 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%.
Town of Amherstburg/County of Essex (group)NoOntario21936$ 10 millionWe will build a bridge to prosperity for all residents of Windsor-Essex by leveraging partnerships, community resources and smart technologies that connect families to educational, employment, and health supports required to move our region’s child poverty rate below the national average in 10 years.
Town of Annapolis Royal (group)NoNova Scotia491$ 10 millionTo provide a safe and secure environment for citizens of four municipalities through the development of a flood mitigation system that will also incorporate a renewable energy source, ensuring the promotion of growth, sustainability and protection of the region.
Town of BanffNoAlberta7851$ 10 millionBanff will eliminate downtown vehicle congestion by reducing peak traffic volumes over the Bow River Bridge by 10%. This will be achieved through the integration of smart transportation technology that encourages and inspires visitors and residents to eagerly adopt sustainable, convenient transit while they explore our community.
Town of BeaumontNoAlberta17396$ 5 millionOur community will increase access to locally grown food year-round while strengthening resident relationships and increasing economic growth.
Town of CaledonNoOntario66502$ 10 millionWith our large geographic area, dispersed population centres and lack of widespread broadband internet access across Caledon, all residents and businesses will still be connected within the Town, allowing entrepreneurship to grow, individuals to connect, access to digital resources to expand, and innovation to thrive.
Town of CochraneNoAlberta25853$ 5 millionWorking together, our community will build a culture that empowers every resident who feels isolated or lonely to engage in local community life and develop meaningful relationships that will inherently create a strong sense of belonging for everyone in the Cochrane area, and ultimately Canada.
Town of DevonNoAlberta6578$ 50 millionTo become the first net zero-energy municipality in Canada by drafting policy and providing scalable, innovative solutions for others to follow.
Town of Digby (group)NoNova Scotia2060$ 10 millionTo provide a safe and secure environment for citizens of four municipalities through the development of a flood mitigation system that will also incorporate a renewable energy source, ensuring the promotion of growth, sustainability and protection of the region.
Town of Essex/County of Essex (group)NoOntario20427$ 10 millionWe will build a bridge to prosperity for all residents of Windsor-Essex by leveraging partnerships, community resources and smart technologies that connect families to educational, employment, and health supports required to move our region’s child poverty rate below the national average in 10 years.
Town of Fort Erie / Niagara Region (group)NoOntario30710$ 10 millionIn moving Niagara’s sense of belonging from 72% to 90% by 2028 we will improve economic vibrancy, health behaviors and civic engagement and this will be accomplished by creating a digital ecosystem that makes ‘invisible’ members of society visible and by developing reimagined connectivity hubs that enable participation by all.
Town of Grimsby / Niagara Region (group)NoOntario27314$ 10 millionIn moving Niagara’s sense of belonging from 72% to 90% by 2028 we will improve economic vibrancy, health behaviors and civic engagement and this will be accomplished by creating a digital ecosystem that makes ‘invisible’ members of society visible and by developing reimagined connectivity hubs that enable participation by all.
Town of Halton HillsNoOntario61161$ 10 millionHalton Hills will become the leading 21st century low carbon community by accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles through the development and deployment of a network of internet connected electric car charging stations.
Town of Kingsville/County of Essex (group)NoOntario21552$ 10 millionWe will build a bridge to prosperity for all residents of Windsor-Essex by leveraging partnerships, community resources and smart technologies that connect families to educational, employment, and health supports required to move our region’s child poverty rate below the national average in 10 years.
Town of Lakeshore/County of Essex (group)NoOntario36611$ 10 millionWe will build a bridge to prosperity for all residents of Windsor-Essex by leveraging partnerships, community resources and smart technologies that connect families to educational, employment, and health supports required to move our region’s child poverty rate below the national average in 10 years.
Town of LaSalle/County of Essex (group)NoOntario30180$ 10 millionWe will build a bridge to prosperity for all residents of Windsor-Essex by leveraging partnerships, community resources and smart technologies that connect families to educational, employment, and health supports required to move our region’s child poverty rate below the national average in 10 years.
Town of Leamington/County of Essex (group)NoOntario27595$ 10 millionWe will build a bridge to prosperity for all residents of Windsor-Essex by leveraging partnerships, community resources and smart technologies that connect families to educational, employment, and health supports required to move our region’s child poverty rate below the national average in 10 years.
Town of Lincoln / Niagara Region (group)NoOntario23787$ 10 millionIn moving Niagara’s sense of belonging from 72% to 90% by 2028 we will improve economic vibrancy, health behaviors and civic engagement and this will be accomplished by creating a digital ecosystem that makes ‘invisible’ members of society visible and by developing reimagined connectivity hubs that enable participation by all.
Town of New GlasgowNoNova Scotia9075$ 5 millionRanked the worst place to live in Canada by Money Sense Magazine for many years, we will close our economic divide and reverse population drain by leveraging an infrastructure of collaborative, connected technologies, and attracting more of the mobile workforce to become Canada’s capital of townsizing.
Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake / Niagara Region (group)NoOntario17511$ 10 millionIn moving Niagara’s sense of belonging from 72% to 90% by 2028 we will improve economic vibrancy, health behaviors and civic engagement and this will be accomplished by creating a digital ecosystem that makes ‘invisible’ members of society visible and by developing reimagined connectivity hubs that enable participation by all.
Town of OldsNoAlberta9184$ 5 millionOlds will demonstrate how making simple connections will reduce health care costs by 30% and improve mental and physical wellbeing for all residents.
Town of Pelham / Niagara Region (group)NoOntario17110$ 10 millionIn moving Niagara’s sense of belonging from 72% to 90% by 2028 we will improve economic vibrancy, health behaviors and civic engagement and this will be accomplished by creating a digital ecosystem that makes ‘invisible’ members of society visible and by developing reimagined connectivity hubs that enable participation by all.
Town of SackvilleNoNew Brunswick5331$ 5 millionSackville will increase its economic and employment base by becoming a centre for business and technology innovation, utilizing the latest technology in a business hub centre which will be recognized by a national index as a leader in this field.
Town of StratfordNoPrince Edward Island9706$ 5 millionStratford will double its retention rate for new immigrants by creating a community where all people are welcome and included.
Town of Tecumseh/County of Essex (group)NoOntario23229$ 10 millionWe will build a bridge to prosperity for all residents of Windsor-Essex by leveraging partnerships, community resources and smart technologies that connect families to educational, employment, and health supports required to move our region’s child poverty rate below the national average in 10 years.
Town of ValleyviewNoAlberta1863$ 5 millionBuilding community resiliency and enhancing quality of life regardless of age or place, through digital inclusion, and providing sustainable access to services that are critical in a knowledge-based world.
Town of YarmouthNoNova Scotia6520$ 5 millionOur community will improve housing security for 100 households by harnessing already available information into a user-friendly, interactive, accessible software program that will match an individual’s or business’s needs with the best available resources.
Township of Langley (group)NoBritish Columbia116280$ 10 millionEnsuring an ongoing legacy of truth and reconciliation through technology that fosters respect of our shared histories and land, advances and enhances learning, and supports a vibrant economic future.
Township of Wainfleet / Niagara Region (group)NoOntario6372$ 10 millionIn moving Niagara’s sense of belonging from 72% to 90% by 2028 we will improve economic vibrancy, health behaviors and civic engagement and this will be accomplished by creating a digital ecosystem that makes ‘invisible’ members of society visible and by developing reimagined connectivity hubs that enable participation by all.
Township of West Lincoln / Niagara Region (group)NoOntario14500$ 10 millionIn moving Niagara’s sense of belonging from 72% to 90% by 2028 we will improve economic vibrancy, health behaviors and civic engagement and this will be accomplished by creating a digital ecosystem that makes ‘invisible’ members of society visible and by developing reimagined connectivity hubs that enable participation by all.
Trail (group)NoBritish Columbia7709$ 10 millionOur rural region will work together to measurably improve travel decision-making, road safety, and digital access by decreasing accidents, reducing transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions, and building the capacity of all residents to adopt digital technologies.
Vaudreuil-Soulanges  NoQuebec150000$ 10 millionImprove the quality of life of the citizens of Vaudreuil-Soulanges, by providing a safer environment and improving access to data information that ensures citizens peace of mind.
VictoriavilleNoQuebec46130$ 10 millionAfter 60 years of sustainable development leadership,Victoriaville is becoming an innovator in urban and regional mobility,by creating a convergence platform of transportation stakeholdersthat will help citizens reduce their dependence on carswhile gaining autonomyand the pride of taking part in a revolutionary collective movement.
Village of StirlingNoAlberta978$ 5 millionStirling will developcreate a replicable model that leverages available physical infrastructure creatively integrated with digital technology to enhance social interconnection and transform access to information for every demographic resulting in improved: decision making, retention of youth, inclusion of the elderly, ultimately creating new economic opportunities and driving improved environmental sustainability.
Walpole Island First Nation (group)NoOntario1589$ 10 millionOur communities will increase sense of empowerment and inclusion by ensuring every person has access to available, affordable, accessible, and safe transportation whenever they need it.
Williams LakeNoBritish Columbia10753$ 5 millionThe City of Williams Lake will become a model to demonstrate how a small community, through bold ideas, innovation, connectivity, data and technology, can contribute to a healthy ecosystem by protecting and conserving our precious water resources by empowering and educating our residents on the smart use of water.
Woodstock/Oxford County (group)NoOntario40902$ 10 millionHealthy, 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%.
Zorra/Oxford County (group)NoOntario8139$ 10 millionHealthy, 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%.
Biigtigong Nishnaabeg (Pic River First Nation)YesOntario443$ 5 millionBy means of active, cross-generational, technology-empowered, real-world participation in the intergenerational transfer of traditional Nishnaabe knowledge through the medium of our language, and the bilingual delivery of modern K-12 STEM knowledge, our community will transform our youth into better-educated, more employable, better-grounded, and more holistically Nishaabe people.
Brazeau County (group)YesAlberta7771$ 10 millionOur agricultural community will revitalize and grow through the connection of people to the land and food while attracting citizens to share in its prosperous, innovative and resilient way of life.
City of Airdrie & AreaYesAlberta72874$ 10 millionBecome Canada’s healthiest community, by engaging and securing the participation of all in the community to create a community healthy culture that improves social, economic, physical and health care environments and individual characteristics and behaviours, so that healthy life expectancy is increased by 3+ years over 5 years.
City of Cambridge/Waterloo Region (group)YesOntario129920$ 50 millionWe 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.
City of Côte Saint-LucYesQuebec34464$ 10 millionOur city will provide socially isolated seniors with confidence they can live more autonomously, secure in the knowledge that the city is looking out for their well-being.
City of EdmontonYesAlberta932546$ 50 millionEdmonton will lead the transformation of Canadian healthcare using an unprecedented municipal approach by focusing on leveraging relationships, health data and innovative technologies to provide a personalized health connection and experience as unique as the health of every Edmontonian.
City of Guelph (group)
Smart Cities Office
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 3559
foodfuture@guelph.ca
www.foodfuture.ca
www.coil.eco
www.reimaginefood.ca
David Messer, Executive Director
Smart Cities Office
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 3661
david.messer@guelph.ca
https://guelph.ca/2023/02/our-food-future-releases-strategic-go-forward-priorities/
Email Mayor and City Councillors Here
NoOntario131794$ 10 millionGuelph/Wellington will become Canada’s first technology-enabled Circular Food Economy, reimagining an inclusive food-secure ecosystem that increases access to affordable, nutritious food by 50%, where “waste” becomes a resource, 50 new circular businesses and collaborations are created, and circular economic revenues are increased by 50%: 50x50x50 by 2025. View Guelph/Wellington’s Document.
City of Kitchener/Waterloo Region (group)YesOntario233222$ 50 millionWe 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.
City of RichmondYesBritish Columbia198310$ 10 millionRichmond, an island city with a rapidly growing and diverse population and home of nationally significant infrastructure and government services, requires resilient physical and virtual platforms that are integrated seamlessly across all levels of government to enhance quality of life in day-to-day activities and minimize community impacts from major disasters.
City of Surrey (group)YesBritish Columbia517887$ 50 millionSurrey and Vancouver will implement Canada’s first two collision-free multi-modal transportation corridors, leveraging autonomous vehicles and smart technologies to demonstrate the path to safer, healthier and more socially connected communities while reducing emissions, improving transportation efficiency and enhancing livability in the face of rapid growth and traffic congestion. #SmarterTogether
City of Vancouver (group)YesBritish Columbia631486$ 50 millionSurrey and Vancouver will implement Canada’s first two collision-free multi-modal transportation corridors, leveraging autonomous vehicles and smart technologies to demonstrate the path to safer, healthier and more socially connected communities while reducing emissions, improving transportation efficiency and enhancing livability in the face of rapid growth and traffic congestion. #SmarterTogether
City of Waterloo/Waterloo Region (group)YesOntario104986$ 50 millionWe 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.
Cree Nation of EastmainYesQuebec866$ 5 million“IMPROVING COMMUNITY WELL-BEING”Our community will develop an affordable Net Zero Energy Housing Program, offering culturally appropriate designs, using smart technologies, innovative building techniques and alternative energy systems in order to address the housing shortage crisis, the poor-quality and costly construction of houses in Eastmain and Indigenous communities across Canada.
Fredericton (group)YesNew Brunswick58220$ 10 million“My city does not recognize me or connect me to what matters most; Fredericton will collaborate with First Nations to create an accessible, welcoming, supportive city for youth, newcomers, and an aging population, empowering everyone with a Personalized Inclusion Plan that connects people to create an exceptional quality of life.”
Greater Victoria (group)YesBritish Columbia367770$ 10 million“Freedom to move”We will collaboratively create a multimodal transportation network that is convenient, green and affordable, which will boost South Islanders’ mobility wellbeing score by at least 20%.
Lac Ste Anne County (group)YesAlberta10899$ 10 millionOur agricultural community will revitalize and grow through the connection of people to the land and food while attracting citizens to share in its prosperous, innovative and resilient way of life.
Mohawk Council of AkwesasneYesQuebec12315$ 5 millionDecrease the rate of new cases of diabetes per year in Akwesasne to the Canadian average (0.5%; 5.9/1,000) by improving community wellness using traditional approaches encompassing holistic Indigenous practices, improved access to community services and health diagnostics.
MontréalNoQuebec1704694$ 50 millionThe Montreal community is shaping an efficient and dynamic neighbourhood life by innovating mobility and access to food. Through a co-creation and citizen participation process, the accessibility of services and the well-being of Montrealers are increasing significantly.
Nunavut CommunitiesNoNunavut35944$ 10 millionOur communities will implement protective and preventative measures to reduce the risk of suicide in Nunavut, which is ten times the national average, and increase the amount and accessibility of peer support networks, educational resources and creative outlets that promote positive Mental Health to all Nunavummiut.
Opaskwayak Cree Nation (group)YesManitoba3034$ 10 millionOur community will utilize LED Smart Farm technology to support local nutritious food growth and promote food security, create a smart phone distribution system and integrate wearable technology to achieve a 40% reduction in the number of imported vegetables and a 20% reduction in community diabetes rates by 2023.
Parkland County (group)YesAlberta32097$ 10 millionOur agricultural community will revitalize and grow through the connection of people to the land and food while attracting citizens to share in its prosperous, innovative and resilient way of life.
Quebec CityYesQuebec542250$ 50 million“THE SOCIAL INEQUALITIES IN HEALTH: UNDERSTANDING AND ENGAGING DIFFERENTLY”To engage the community of Quebec City in a societal project centered on citizens’ sustainable health and well-being using the collective intelligence and the deployment of digital tools that support decision-making and follow-ups.
Rural Municipality of Kelsey (group)YesManitoba2424$ 10 millionOur community will utilize LED Smart Farm technology to support local nutritious food growth and promote food security, create a smart phone distribution system and integrate wearable technology to achieve a 40% reduction in the number of imported vegetables and a 20% reduction in community diabetes rates by 2023.
Saint Mary’s First Nation (group)YesNew Brunswick1850$ 10 million“My city does not recognize me or connect me to what matters most; Fredericton will collaborate with First Nations to create an accessible, welcoming, supportive city for youth, newcomers, and an aging population, empowering everyone with a Personalized Inclusion Plan that connects people to create an exceptional quality of life.”
SaskatoonYesSaskatchewan246376$ 10 millionTo be the city that breaks the cycle of Indigenous youth incarceration by creating a new cycle focused on building purpose, belonging, security and identity.
Town of BridgewaterNoNova Scotia8532$ 5 millionOur community will lift 20% of its residents out of energy poverty by 2028
Town of The Pas (group)YesManitoba5369$ 10 millionOur community will utilize LED Smart Farm technology to support local nutritious food growth and promote food security, create a smart phone distribution system and integrate wearable technology to achieve a 40% reduction in the number of imported vegetables and a 20% reduction in community diabetes rates by 2023.
Township of North Dumfries/Waterloo Region (group)YesOntario10215$ 50 millionWe 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.
Township of Wellesley/Waterloo Region (group)YesOntario11260$ 50 millionWe 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.
Township of Wilmot/Waterloo Region (group)YesOntario20545$ 50 millionWe 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.
Township of Woolwich/Waterloo Region (group)YesOntario25006$ 50 millionWe 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.
Wellington County (group)
Smart Cities Office
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 3559
foodfuture@guelph.ca
www.foodfuture.ca
www.coil.eco
www.reimaginefood.ca
David Messer, Executive Director
Smart Cities Office
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 3661
david.messer@guelph.ca
https://guelph.ca/2023/02/our-food-future-releases-strategic-go-forward-priorities/
Email Regional Councillors
NoOntario90932$ 10 millionGuelph/Wellington will become Canada’s first technology-enabled Circular Food Economy, reimagining an inclusive food-secure ecosystem that increases access to affordable, nutritious food by 50%, where “waste” becomes a resource, 50 new circular businesses and collaborations are created, and circular economic revenues are increased by 50%: 50x50x50 by 2025. View Guelph/Wellington’s Document.
Yellowhead County (group)YesAlberta10995$ 10 millionOur agricultural community will revitalize and grow through the connection of people to the land and food while attracting citizens to share in its prosperous, innovative and resilient way of life.
YellowknifeYesNorthwest Territories19569$ 5 millionYellowknife will experience a rise in our community’s social and environmental well-being by transforming the simple lamppost into a beacon for sustainability.

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