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Technicity West: A full recap in case you missed it

If you weren’t able to catch our Technicity West event, worry not: You can watch the entire event on-demand here, or read our play-by-play with links to other coverage.

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi: Using tech to ‘make people’s lives better’ every day

Speaking at Technicity West, a digital conference that brought together some of the brightest technology leaders in Western Canada on February 9, 2021, Mayor Nenshi reminded his audience just how quickly COVID-19 overturned our world.

Prepared to pivot – tips from Surrey, B.C.

Speaking at Technicity West, Surrey Mayor McCallum stressed the importance of Surrey’s commitment to citizen experience, technology adoption, and partnerships – especially during a global pandemic.

Taking advantage of data in a changing economy: Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton is using data to determine how much greenhouse gas it avoids emitting by having staff work remotely every day.

Harnessing open data and IoT keys for growth, says Winnipeg mayor

Addressing a virtual audience at Technicity West, Winnipeg Mayor Bowman highlighted some of the city's projects around the use of open data

Technicity West: Experts urge municipalities to participate in pilots and play nice with neighbours

Faced with tight budgets and limited resources, municipalities are being forced to do more with less. A panel of experts at Technicity West share tips on how to find partners in a work-from-home world

Technicity West panel dives deep into effective digital enablement

The challenges of remote work have been amplified for every industry during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the public sector is no different. At Technicity West, a panel of experts discussed these issues and how they've changed the way people work.

Technicity West: Citizen engagement a serious challenge for those without access

Municipalities are being forced to rethink how they develop and rollout internet infrastructure across municipalities now that public spaces like libraries and rec centres are no longer the Wi-Fi hotspots they used to be.

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