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Less than 24 hours after Finance Minister Bill Morneau had unveiled his second federal budget, Kurtis McBride was already taking and making calls to help position Waterloo Region as a beneficiary of one of its key initiatives — the Smart Cities Challenge.
This week, several Canadian startups have made announcements and launched new features. Here’s the latest on Canada’s movers and shakers.
This was first presented at the Best of TechTO 2017 at Toronto City Hall.
After just five months of bike lanes on Bloor Street, a new partnership between U of T Engineering researchers, a Kitchener-based traffic analytics company and the City of Toronto will evaluate the success of the project and how it has improved safety on one of Toronto’s busiest traffic corridors.
At the Transportation Research Board (TRB) annual meeting in Washington today, Kitchener-based Miovision announced that it’s creating Miovision Labs, a new division within the company.