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CCSD OGP Canada Civil Society Presentation


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Open Government Partnership Innovation Village Booth Presentation Brazil April 2012

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CCSD OGP Canada Civil Society Presentation

  1. 1. Canadian Council on Social Development Canadian Civil Society Examples Open Government Partnership Brazil April, 2012 Tracey P. Lauriault ( Harvey Low (Community Data Program & FCM QoLRS)
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  3. 3. Community Data Program
  4. 4. Community Data Program
  5. 5. Community Data Program
  6. 6. Community Data Program
  7. 7. Community Data Program
  8. 8. FCM Quality of Life Reporting SystemParticipating Member Communities:City of Calgary City of OttawaRegion of Durham Region of PeelCity of Edmonton City of ReginaVille de Gatineau City of SaskatoonHalifax Regional Municipality City of Greater SudburyHalton Region City of SurreyCity of Hamilton City of TorontoCity of Kingston City of VancouverVille de Laval Metro VancouverCity of London Regional Municipality of WaterlooCommunauté métropolitaine de Montréal City of WinnipegRegional Municipality of Niagara York Region system/program-resources.htm/home
  9. 9. FCM QoLRS Indicator Matrix http://www.municipaldata-
  10. 10. FCM QoLRS Domains http://www.municipaldata-
  11. 11. FCM QoLRS Indicator Visualization http://www.municipaldata-
  12. 12. FCM QoLRS Indicator Visualization http://www.municipaldata-
  13. 13. FCM & Geomatics andCartographic Research Centre Atlas of the Risk of Homelessness
  14. 14. FCM & Geomatics andCartographic Research Centre Atlas of the Risk of Homelessness
  15. 15. IPY & Research Data
  16. 16. Canadian Internet Policy & PublicInterest Clinic (CIPPIC)
  17. 17. vs Canada Post
  18. 18. Court Action – Env. Data Mine tailings near the abandoned Little Bay copper mine in north-central Newfoundland. (Photo courtesy DFO)
  19. 19. Open North
  20. 20. Public Participation – City Budgets Budget Plateau
  21. 21. Democratic Engagement - MYMayor
  22. 22. Democratic Engagement - Represent
  23. 23. Democratic Engagement - Represent
  24. 24. Avoiding Construction – Zone ConeDonnées sourcesAu niveau municipal, les donnéessont accessibles indirectement surle site de la ville de Montréal. Endautres termes, ces données nontpas été prévues pour être utiliséesde manière directe mais sontaffichées sur une carte dans lasection Info-Travaux.Au niveau provinciale, les donnéesviennent du Ministère destransports du Québec et de sonservice Québec 511. Là aussi leMTQ se démarque de seshomologues canadiens en étant apriori le premier à proposerdes données GPSpour lalocalisation des chantiers.
  25. 25. RecreationMONTRÉAL OUVERT
  26. 26. Transparency – Gov. Contractinghttp://documents. montrealgazette .com/
  27. 27. Accessibility Coding - OpenConcept
  28. 28. Accessibility – Auditing Physical SpaceWhether a location isaccessible depends on more than thepresence of a ramp. RAPLIQ audits a building on several dozen criteriaimportant to people with different disabilities.
  29. 29. Accessibility Audit Prototype Map Qu’est-ce que c’est? This is a prototype of a map of accessible businesses in Montreal, based on data compiled over the last several years by RAPLIQ. We hope to expand our dataset across Montreal, by using existing datasets—like the locations offederal and provincial buildings—and by crowdsourcing additions to our list of businesses. We hope to build an application to let people audit locations easily on a mobile device. Were interested in findingpotential partners or sponsors. Qui sommes-nous? This prototype was built by Contactez Michael Lenczner, Josh Catherine Roy: Vanwyck, Keharn Yawnghwe, and Michael Mulley
  30. 30. Hacking Health - Accessibility Winners from the judging competition We’re proud to announce our top winners from Hacking Health. Each team will receive$400 and will be invited by BDC for a consultation on how totake their projects forward into viable startups.Health Innovation most likely to succeed: Montréal Accessible
  31. 31. Public Health - Saskatoon /index.html
  32. 32. Santé Publique - Montréal
  33. 33. Public Health Law Québec telecharge.php?type=2&file=/S_2_2/S2_2.html
  34. 34. Global Right to Information Rating Max Section Points 1. Right of Access 6 2. Scope 30 3. Requesting Procedures 30 4. Exceptions and Refusals 30 5. Appeals 30 6. Sanctions and Protections 8 7. Promotional Measures 16 Total score 150
  35. 35. NGOs, Cities, Federal Govt.
  36. 36. Community Based Research Social Planning Council of Winnipeg
  37. 37. Community Based Research Social Planning and Research Council of Hamilton
  38. 38. Community Based Research 0 Community Development Halton: Community Lens
  39. 39. Civil Society Consultations open-gov-bc/
  40. 40. Open Data BC – Sub National
  41. 41. Open Data Cities• OpenData Framework; Municipal Open • Ville de Montréal Portails données ouvertes (QC),Government Framework Montréal Ouvert – Citizen Led• City of Burlington (ON), Pilot • City of Nanaimo (BC)• City of Calgary (AB) • City of Niagara Falls (ON)• City of Edmonton (AB) • District of North Vancouver (BC) GeoWeb• City of Fredericton (NB) • City of Ottawa (ON), Citizens’ APP Group – OpenData• Gatineau Ouverte – Citizen Led Ottawa; Apps• City of Guelph (ON), Guelph Coffee and • Ville de Québec Catalogue de données, / CapitaleCode – Citizen Led Ouverte (QC)- Citizen Led in Ville de Québec• City of Hamilton (Transit Feed) (ON), Open • City of Prince George (BC) catalogData Hamilton – Citizen Led • City of Regina (SK) Open Gov & Open Data site• OpenHalton (ON) – Citizen Led • City of Surrey (BC) GIS Catalog• City of London (ON), OpenData London – • City of Toronto (ON); DataTO – Citizen GroupCitizen Led • City of Vancouver (BC); Open Data Wiki• Township of Langley (BC) • Region of Waterloo (ON) – Citizen Led• City of Mississauga – Mississauga Data (ON) • City of Windsor (ON) Open Data Catalog
  42. 42. Hackathons 1. Windsor 2. London 3. Ottawa 4. Montréal 5. Toronto 6. Calgary 7. Edmonton 8. Vancouver 9. Victoria 10. Guelph 11. Halton
  43. 43. Random Hacks of Kindness
  44. 44. Hackfest
  45. 45. • Stephane Guidon, ZoneConeThanks to: • Nathalie Hui, York Region, CPD, FCM & Open Data Pilot• Mark Weiler, FOI expert• Michael Lenczner, Ajah • Tara Vinodrai, Canadian Association of Geographers• Sara Mayo, Social Planning & Research • Sheila Subramanian, CMHA Ontario Council of Hamilton, GIS Specialist & • Susan Chin Snelgrove, York Region Researcher Pam Lahey, CMHA Ontario (email?)• Ted Hildebrandt, Community • Kathryn Wilkins, Canadian Society for Epidemiology Development Halton, GIS Specialist & and Biostatistics Researcher • James McKinney, Open North• Veronique Dryden, Region of Peel • Valentyn Kliuchnyk, York Region• Heather Morrison, BC Library Association • Andrew Satterthwaite, York Region Open Data Pilot & Open Access advocate • Catherine Roy, Independent, Disability Access to• Jury Konga, Open Data and Open Web and Technology Government Consultant • Vincent Gogolek, BC Freedom of Information and• Richard Pietro, Citizen Bridge Privacy Association• Leigh Golden, Region of Waterloo • David Eaves, Independent Open Data and Open• Michael Gurnstein, CRACIN, Critical Government Advocate research in access in overseas • Duff Conacher, Democracy Watch development context • Oriana Sharp, Manager, Information Management• Ashley Casovan, Open Government City of and Archives , Archives of Region of Waterloo, Edmonton Region of Waterloo Open Data• Diane Dyson, Woodgreen
  46. 46. Endorsements – Thank You•Community Data Program of the Canadian Council on Social Development, PeggyTaillon•Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM), Michael Buda•Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy & Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC), DavidFewer•Woodgreen Community Services, Diane Dyson,•Open North Inc., James McKinney,• Social Planning Toronto, Beth Wilson•Center For Community Informatics Research, Development & Training (CIRDT) andJournal of Community Informatics, Michael Gurstein• eGovFutures Group Open by Design, Jury Konga• co-Authors and founding members of, Tracey P. Lauriaultand Hugh McGuire•City of Toronto Social Development Finance & Administration Division. Chris Brillinger,•, George Irish•Geographic and Numeric Information Systems (GANIS), Ted Hildebrandt•Environics Analytics, Doug Norris•Community Foundation of Canada, Cindy Lindsay•OpenConcept Consulting Inc., Mike Gifford•The West End Urban Health Alliance (WEUHA), Terrie Russell• Author of and founding member of, Stéphane Guidoin•TeleCommunities Canada, Gareth Shearman