City comes up short in Smart Cities Challenge

City had presented a project to create an interconnected lighting system to improve lighting use, reduce light pollution and boost tourism

The City of Yellowknife came up short against other municipalities who were competing for the Infrastructure Canada Smart Cities Challenge, May 14. The City competed in the Five Million Smart Cities Challenge category – the smallest of four categories.   The Town of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia won the prize with a Reduction of Energy Poverty...