The Keys to the Feminist City
#UnexpectedSolutions asks: how equitable are our cities? Join us for the upcoming panel discussion, FeminiCITY.
Prairie Region Virtual Collision Day: My Most Important Connection
During a Collision Day earlier this year, The Olds Institute's' Mitch Thomson made some interesting connections
Welkom.U: The App that is Streamlining Settlement for Newcomers to Canada
Founded by international student Oluwatosin Ajibola, Welkom.U is an app focused on improving the relocation and settlement process of newcomers to Canada.
British Columbia First Nation addresses digital divide
A new broadband network established by the Klemtu First Nation in Klemtu, B.C. aims to connect residents, generate social, professional and economic opportunities, and foster community resilience.
La technologie et les données au service de la sécurité sur les campus postsecondaires
REES, une plateforme en ligne pour signaler les violences sexuelles, est lancée cet automne sur plusieurs campus du Manitoba.
Data & tech to make post-secondary campuses safer
REES, a new online platform for reporting sexual violence launches this fall on campuses across Manitoba.
Indigenous-led company Appdigenous is creating accessible smart cities, one app at a time
Founder Melissa Lunney shares how the app Doorable is changing cities.
Resilient Cities, Post COVID-19: Urban Planning
In the fourth and last of this series, we’re focusing on urban planning and how the design of our cities may shift in response to COVID-19 and the many inequities it has laid bare.