Participating communities

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The first round of the Smart Cities Challenge is closed. The Government of Canada announced the four winners (City of Montréal, Québec; Nunavut Communities, Nunavut; City of Guelph and County of Wellington, Ontario; and Town of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia) on May 14, 2019.

This is an interactive map of the communities that applied to the Smart Cities Challenge. Click on the markers on the map to see more information about the communities and their applications. Use the filters to explore who applied to which prize categories and focus areas. The table displays the communities that are being shown on the map. For a complete list of communities, click on "download data" at the right bottom corner of the map.

All Applicants
$ 5 million
$ 10 million
$ 50 million
Economic opportunity
Empowerment and inclusion
Environmental quality
Healthy living and recreation
Safety and security


Name of community Province or Territory Population based on 2016 Census URL Longitude Latitude Record ID Funding Round Finalists Prize Category Focus Area Actions