Local government | October 4, 2021
The City of Mississauga is creating a policy – the first of its kind in Canada – that will guide and control how technology is introduced and used across the city to improve the quality of life for residents, businesses and visitors – a Smart City for everybody.
An action of the Smart City Master Plan, the goal of the Smart City Policy is to protect public privacy, freedom and democracy by addressing the demand for data privacy and security.
As part of our citizen-centred approach to policy development, residents and stakeholders are invited to learn more about Mississauga as a Smart City and provide input into the proposed policy. Everyone can participate by taking an online survey, attending one of two virtual community meetings featuring guest speaker Dr. Ann Cavoukian, former Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario.
Community engagement on Mississauga’s proposed Smart City Policy.
To learn more about the proposed Smart City Policy, register for one of the virtual community meetings, ask a question or share an idea, visit yoursay.mississauga.ca/smart-city-policy.
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