The Canadian city already hosts a range of companies, from Amazon to Hootsuite. After President Trump’s executive order, it could really capitalize on a tech sector built by foreign workers.
The financial toll of challenging Trump on sanctuary cities is still unknown. But the costs of compliance—in terms of security and impact on immigrant communities—are quite clear.
Most of the buildings and houses in the island of Chiloé are made out of lumber, which can resist strong shakes.
The Brazilian megacity triumphed over urban innovation projects from Colombia, Chile, and Mexico to take home top honors from Bloomberg Philanthropies.
The city installed expensive new technology for the event, but a recent study finds the investment might not pay off in the long run.
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