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  • 1. Why the non-profit sector needs an open data strategy
  • 2. 1999 — Open Source 2003 — Community Wireless (Ile sans fil) 2004 — Open data 2005 — Civic Access 2009 — Montreal Ouvert 2010 — Ajah 2012 — Quebec Ouvert 2014 — PoweredbyData Background
  • 3. CRA Charities Listings
  • 4. Federal Proactive Disclosure
  • 5. Fundtracker
  • 6. “More than 30% of the World Bank's pdf reports weren't downloaded once in a five year period” http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/may/09/is-the-pdf-hurting-democracy
  • 7. Paving the Cowpaths
  • 8. 50+ John Howard Societies in Canada
  • 9. IATI
  • 10. michael@ajah.ca @mlenc @pwrd_by_data ajah.ca poweredbydata.org Michael Lenczner

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