Smart Cities Challenge

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What is the Smart Cities Challenge?

The City of Kingston participated in the Government of Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge. The Challenge encourages communities to submit their ideas for how to improve the lives of residents through innovation, data and connected technology. The City could receive an investment of $10 million to further develop its Smart Kingston Strategy and implement innovations.

Learn about how the City’s participation in the Smart Cities Challenge fits within the Smart Kingston Strategy.

Smart Cities Challenge Application

The application for Infrastructure Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge was submitted for consideration on April 24, 2018. This document reflects the City’s response to the required questions as outlined in the application.

Read more about the application process and timing on the Latest Updates page.


What is the Smart Cities Challenge?

The City of Kingston participated in the Government of Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge. The Challenge encourages communities to submit their ideas for how to improve the lives of residents through innovation, data and connected technology. The City could receive an investment of $10 million to further develop its Smart Kingston Strategy and implement innovations.

Learn about how the City’s participation in the Smart Cities Challenge fits within the Smart Kingston Strategy.

Smart Cities Challenge Application

The application for Infrastructure Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge was submitted for consideration on April 24, 2018. This document reflects the City’s response to the required questions as outlined in the application.

Read more about the application process and timing on the Latest Updates page.


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