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Future Cities Canada: A Systems Approach to Urban Innovation

City Builders Series

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Getting to the Open Smart City

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Green Bank Financing

From the Summit

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Five Key Resources Related to Housing and Data

Toolkits from around the web to assist in building data-driven solutions. 

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Building broadband from the ground up

Reliable high-speed internet unlocks new opportunities in Sioux Valley Dakota Nation, MB

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Building a National Civic Commons Strategy: Insights from the Future Cities Canada Forum 2021

Last month, over 60 Future Cities Canada partners, advisors, civic leaders and stakeholders participated virtually in the annual Future Cities Canada Forum. At this critical moment, we need to collectively rethink and revitalize what a National Civic Commons Strategy could look like in Canada. 

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Quand le commerce électronique stimule l’achat local : le cas de Rivière-du-Loup

Une municipalité au Québec favorise le virage numérique de ses commerçants en temps de pandémie.

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Nationwide response to Round One of the Housing Supply Challenge 

123 teams from across Canada propose solutions to tackle housing supply challenges.

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Young city builders are already the leaders we need. Here’s what they have to say.

The winners of Toronto's first virtual Urban Action Pitch Night share insights into their experience participating in Future City Builders. 

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How Data Is Key to Addressing Canada’s Housing Crisis

Canadian housing data is often outdated, inconsistent and not openly available. What can we do about that?

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Smart Cities Glossary

We've created a glossary of smart cities definitions to help facilitate conversations in your community.

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