A tech competition where young innovators team up to tackle urgent freshwater issues.
Meet water sector experts. Work on the tech. Start your business. Be part of the change.
The Water Issues will be announced in late January 2020 at the kick-off event in Winnipeg, MB.
On-campus info-sessions will take place on campuses in Winnipeg and across the Prairies starting January 2020
A virtual info-session will be available for those who cannot attend in-person.
ACE Project Space: January 15th, 9:00 – 10:00 AM (Members only)
University of Saskatchewan: February 5th, 12:30 – 1:30 PM in Arts Building, Room Arts 109
North Forge Technology Exchange Lunch n’ Learn: February 11th, 12:00 – 1:00 PM (Members only)
University of Winnipeg: February 13th, 3:30 – 5:00 PM in the Richardson College for the Environment and Science Complex Atrium
Stay tuned for other dates and locations!
Contact Catherine van Reenen, AquaHacking Project Coordinator, IISD
Peter Tielmann, President, Palliser; IISD Board Member – Palliser Furniture Holdings Ltd.
Ray Bouchard, President, Chair of EMILI – Enns Brothers + EMILI
Jay Myers, Co-Founder & VP Growth – Bold Commerce
Glenn Crook, VP Commercial Financial Services, MB West; IISD-ELA Board Member – RBC
Mark Alexiuk, CTO & Co-Founder – Sightline Innovation Inc.
Teresa Dukes, President – North Forge
Annette Trimbee, President & Vice-Chancellor – University of Winnipeg
Dayna Spiring, President & CEO – Economic Development Winnipeg
Ray Hoemsen, Executive Director, Research Partnerships & Innovation – Red River College
Masoud Asadzadeh, Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering (Water Resources) – University of Manitoba
Joanne Zuk, Assistant Deputy Minister, Renewal and Strategic Alignment – Government of Manitoba
Chris Kirby, Senior Technology Leader – IBM
Anne-Pascale Richardson, Program Manager – AquaHacking
National Financial Partners
Local Financial Partners
Contact Catherine van Reenen, AquaHacking Project Coordinator, IISD at firstname.lastname@example.org
to learn how to become an academic partner.