MESSAGE FROM OUR MAYOR DON IVESON
Infrastructure Canada has issued a challenge to all of the cities in Canada to become better, and we’re answering the call!
The Smart Cities Challenge encourages communities and their most creative minds to adopt new and innovative approaches to city-building.
By being innovative and taking a risk, Edmonton — as a large-size community — has a chance to win up to $50 million out of the $75 million prize pool. The real prize here, however, is not the money; it’s implementing innovative solutions to our most pressing challenges by enabling partnerships, using data and connecting technologies to improve the quality of life for Edmontonians.
Edmonton is a top-five finalist, and we are hoping to take home the $50 million prize.
OUR TEAM MEMBERS
Edmonton's Smart Cities Challenge team consists of a variety of experts working together to win the $50 million prize!
- Mayor, Don Iveson
- Edmonton City Council
- City Manager, Linda Cochrane
- Deputy City Manager (Citizen Services), Rob Smyth
- Deputy City Manager (City Operations), Gord Cebryk
- Deputy City Manager (Communications and Engagement), Catrin Owen
- Deputy City Manager (Employee Services), Kim Armstrong
- Deputy City Manager (Financial and Corporate Services) and Chief Financial Officer, Todd Burge
- Deputy City Manager (Integrated Infrastructure Services), Adam Laughlin
- Deputy City Manager (Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development), Paul Ross (Acting)
- Chief Information Officer, Wendy Gnenz
- Project Manager, Bruno Peters
- Team Lead, Soumya Ghosh
- Team Lead, Stephane Contre
- Team Lead, Tomas Ernst
- Community Partners
- Educational Institutions
- Health Authorities
- Technology Partners
OUR TEAM VALUES
Our team believes that by working together, we can achieve success.
OUR TEAM PHOTOS
Our team believes that having a positive outlook and attitude are all components of a great team #welovepizza.