Smart Cities Community Support Program

Through their tremendous response to Infrastructure Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge, communities across Canada are focused on how innovation, data and connected technology can solve their most persistent problems. The Smart Cities Community Support Program is designed to run in parallel with the Smart Cities Challenge and seeks to amplify and sustain its impact and objectives across the country while bolstering a culture of change and continuous improvement.

The Smart Cities Challenge Team of Infrastructure Canada is currently accepting applications from organizations interested in advancing smart city approaches across Canada. Applications are due by July 20, 2018. Smart Cities Challenge Team is looking for not-for-profit organizations that work in the smart city domain to provide advisory services and bring people, communities, ideas and organizations together. A key role will be to generate and share knowledge and build broad awareness of important and complex emerging issues, including data ownership, data management, privacy and security.

Successful applicants funded through the Program will help provide all Canadian communities, including small- and medium-sized cities, rural, remote, Indigenous, northern and isolated communities, with the information and guidance they need to improve the lives of their residents through innovation, data and connected technology.

For more information, consult the Application Guide for complete details about the Smart Cities Community Support Program.

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