Lethbridge's Manager of Information Technology, Trevor Butler, says that any idea submitted must be measurable, objective based and achievable.
An initiative of Infrastructure Canada, the Smart Cities Challenge has come to Lethbridge and the City's Manager of Information Technology, Trevor Butler says any idea submitted must be measureable, objective based and achieveable. Lethbridge residents are being invited to submit their big ideas as the city has a chance to win up to $10 million in this federal program. The Smart Cities Challenge is a pan-Canadian competition open to communities of all sizes. The program defines a smart city approach as one that delivers meaningful outcomes for residents through the use of connected technology and data. To to submit you big ideas and to find more about the Smart City's Challenge, log onto the city's website. http://www.lethbridge.ca/City-Government/Pages/Smart-Cities-Challenge.aspx - Brian Treadwell