The City of Guelph and Wellington County have their eye on a $10 million prize that would help create an ongoing plan for the area to address the need for healthy, affordable and sustainable food.
The federal government is holding a Smart Cities Challenge, inviting municipalities to come up with unique, innovative and “outside the box” projects.
The winning municipality gets up to $10 million to implement its plan.
The joint Guelph/Wellington application is to create Canada’s “first circular food economy in order to ensure affordable, healthy, and sustainable food for all.” …
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