Build Healthy Cities (SMART) Training Platform receives $4.95M

July 7, 2021
The Build Healthy Cities (SMART) Training Platform –a new research training platform co-led by McGill University, the University of Guelph and the University of Manitoba– has received an investment of $4.95M from the federal government over six years to support researchers in making cities healthier, more livable, and more resilient. The platform builds on three Smart Cities proposals from Guelph, Montréal, and Opaskwayak Cree Nation. The SMART Training Platform will focus on smart solutions for cities and solving complex issues using a variety of information and tools. Canada | UManitoba | McGill | UoGuelph (National)