LICER in a nutshell – The Laboratoire d’innovation civique pour l’expérimentaiton réglementaire (Civic and Regulatory Innovation Laboratory) is a space for innovation and experimentation that focuses on the regulatory issues and opportunities raised by Montréal citizens’ initiatives around sustainable mobility and food access. It seeks to help municipal regulatory frameworks evolve to better support the implementation of innovative citizen initiatives for socio-ecological transition.
Taking time to gauge public interest in experiments that occupy public space is central to LICER’s approach. That’s why your participation in this consultation process is so important!
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These activities will take a variety of forms. You’ll find out more about how experimentation and regulatory innovation are important levers of change.
LICER was initiated by Montréal in Common, an innovation community founded as part of the Smart Cities Challenge. It is managed by the Maison de l’innovation sociale (MIS) in collaboration with the Cité-ID Living Lab of the École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP) and Dark Matter Labs.