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Everything tagged: Open government

Highlights from the 2017-18 Departmental Plans

Blog  March 19, 2017

Highlights of interest to the Canadian library and information management community in the 2017-18 Departmental Plans.

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New web portal launched to search seven federal libraries with a single click

News  March 6, 2017

Federal Science Library creates a window into government science library collections and scientific research for all Canadians

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Canada’s New Plan on Open Government 2016-2018

News  June 17, 2016

A draft of Canada’s new plan on Open Government is available and Canadians are invited to provide feedback and suggestions for improvement from June 16 to June 30.

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Call for Proposals: Alberta Open Data Summit

News  June 13, 2016

The inaugural Alberta Open Data Summit will be held October 14 & 15 at the Stanley A. Milner Library in downtown Edmonton.

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Highlights from the 2016-17 Reports on Plans and Priorities

Blog  March 28, 2016

Highlights of interest to the Canadian library and information management community in the 2016-17 Reports on Plans and Priorities.

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Highlights from Budget 2016

Blog  March 22, 2016

Highlights of interest to the Canadian library and information management community

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Highlights from Ontario Budget 2016

Blog  February 28, 2016

Highlights from the 2016 Ontario budget of interest to the library and information management community.

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Ontario Making Data Open by Default

News  December 3, 2015

As part of Ontario’s commitment to Open Government the province is making government data publicly available to increase transparency and spur innovation.

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Highlights from Ministerial Mandate Letters

Blog  November 13, 2015

Highlights from ministerial mandate letters on issues of interest to the librarianship community.

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C-51 Reform, TPP Top the List of “Real Change” Tech Policy Priorities

News  October 28, 2015

Digital policies may not have played a significant role in the just-concluded national election, but the arrival of a majority Liberal government will leave many expecting “real change” on the digital front in the years ahead.

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