Smart Cities Challenge

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Imagining Tomorrow’s Montréal!

Dear Montrealers,

Montréal’s municipal administration is excited to take part in Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge.

Infrastructure Canada launched the competition on November 23, 2017, with the aim of using data and connected technologies to raise the quality of life of citizens.

This is a unique opportunity for Montrealers to play a part in improving their city by sharing ideas and projects as part of the Smart Cities Challenge.

In order to imagine tomorrow’s Montréal, I therefore invite you to identify and prioritize the key issues in our city that have the most significant impact on your quality of life.

Valérie Plante

Imagining Tomorrow’s Montréal!

Dear Montrealers,

Montréal’s municipal administration is excited to take part in Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge.

Infrastructure Canada launched the competition on November 23, 2017, with the aim of using data and connected technologies to raise the quality of life of citizens.

This is a unique opportunity for Montrealers to play a part in improving their city by sharing ideas and projects as part of the Smart Cities Challenge.

In order to imagine tomorrow’s Montréal, I therefore invite you to identify and prioritize the key issues in our city that have the most significant impact on your quality of life.

Valérie Plante

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    Survey about Montreal

    We want to hear from you!

    As part of Montréal’s participation in the Smart Cities Challenge, we need your help to define the thrust of Montréal’s candidacy. In order to imagine tomorrow’s Montréal, we invite you tell us what key issues in Montréal have the most significant impact on your quality of life. It will take you less than 5 minutes.

    The issues presented in this questionnaire reflect the results of numerous public consultations held since 2014, as well as a series of documents intended to sound out Montrealers’ opinions. It includes positions taken by community groups, working

    We want to hear from you!

    As part of Montréal’s participation in the Smart Cities Challenge, we need your help to define the thrust of Montréal’s candidacy. In order to imagine tomorrow’s Montréal, we invite you tell us what key issues in Montréal have the most significant impact on your quality of life. It will take you less than 5 minutes.

    The issues presented in this questionnaire reflect the results of numerous public consultations held since 2014, as well as a series of documents intended to sound out Montrealers’ opinions. It includes positions taken by community groups, working groups, or innovative citizens sharing their ideas with the smart and digitial city office.

    This survey is intended to gain a more in-depth understanding of Greater Montréal issues in order to develop the candidacy.

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  • Call for projects - Closed

    Your projects for Montréal!

    Your project to improve the quality of life of Montrealers using data and connected technologies could form part of Montréal’s application to the Smart Cities Challenge.

    This call for projects is open to all, citizens and private, public, non-profit organizations, etc. All submitted projects will be analyzed according to the Challenge criteria and Montréal’s application orientations. We will contact you during the 2nd step of the process.

    To make your proposal as relevant as possible, please read the Applicant Guide for the Smart Cities Challenge

    Your projects for Montréal!

    Your project to improve the quality of life of Montrealers using data and connected technologies could form part of Montréal’s application to the Smart Cities Challenge.

    This call for projects is open to all, citizens and private, public, non-profit organizations, etc. All submitted projects will be analyzed according to the Challenge criteria and Montréal’s application orientations. We will contact you during the 2nd step of the process.

    To make your proposal as relevant as possible, please read the Applicant Guide for the Smart Cities Challenge

    Complete Form