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  • 1.Open Data Initiatives in Canada:Part of the OpenGov Conversation Tracey P. Lauriault Open Access Week:Carleton University Carleton MacOdrum Library - Room 102 Thursday, October 21st, 12:00-1:00pm Ottawa

2. Open Government http://www.infocom.gc.ca/eng/rp-pr-ori-ari_2010_1.aspx 3. Open Government

  • Cultural change in government
    • Access mechanisms built in to new programs and services
  • Broad public consultation
    • Identify what the public needs to keep government accountable build trust
  • Open Accessible Reusable
    • Free or low cost, w/data stuctures to discover, understand, interpret and develop technology to use + citizen participation

4. Open Government Data Principles

  • 1. Complete:All public data are made available. Public data are data that is not subject to valid privacy, security or privilege limitations.
  • 2. Primary:Data are as collected at the source, with the highest possible level of granularity, not in aggregate or modified forms.
  • 3. Timely:Data are made available as quickly as necessary to preserve the value of the data.
  • 4. Accessible:Data are available to the widest range of users for the widest range of purposes.
  • 5. Machine processable:Data are reasonably structured to allow automated processing.
  • 6. Non-discriminatory:Data are available to anyone, with no requirement of registration.
  • 7. Non-proprietary:Data are available in a format over which no entity has exclusive control.
  • 8. License-free:Data are not subject to any copyright, patent, trademark or trade secret regulation. Reasonable privacy, security and privilege restrictions may be allowed.

http://resource.org/8_principles.html 5. Consultation 6. Gov. Consultations - Old Schoolhttp://www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-recensement/ 2011/consultation/ContentReport-RapportContenu/index-eng.cfm Trusted, expensive, broad, tradional, & in this case overruled. 7. Cit. & Gov. Consultations - New Schoolhttp://transitcamp.wik . s/2007_Transit_Camp http://changecamp.ca/ http://opengovwest.org Citizen led, engaged, innovative, risk taking, creative change is expected.Needs to be more sustainable. 8. Gov. Consultation - Wrong School http://datalibre.ca/2010/07/14/ consultation-real-results/ 9. Citizens are building tools to encourage Gov. to be more transparent 10. Transparency - APP 11. Proactive Disclosure http://www.ec.gc.ca/ 12. Transparency-Visualization FFunctionhttp://ffctn.com/expensevisualizer http://ffctn.com/blog 13. Citizens want their leaders to be accountable. 14. Accountability http://howdtheyvote.ca/ 15. Page Scraping http://www2.parl.gc.ca/housechamberbusiness/ChamberSittings.aspx Screen / page scraping:is a technique in which a computer program extracts data from the display output of another program. The program doing the scraping is called a screen scraper. The key element that distinguishes screen scraping from regular parsing is that the output being scraped was intended for final display to a human user, rather than as input to another program, and is therefore usually neither documented nor structured for convenient parsing.http://www.cramster.com/reference/wiki.aspx?wiki_name=Screen_scraping 16. Accountability http://citizenfactory.com 17. Accountability 18. Accountability http://representme.ca 19. Data to inform elections Community Development Haltonhttp://www.cdhalton.ca/pdf/election2010/Select-data-Halton-wards.pdf 20. Cities in Canada are taking the lead 21. City of Nanaimo http://www.nanaimo.ca/datafeeds/ 22. District of North Vancouver http://geoweb.dnv.org/index.html 23. City of Vancouver http://data.vancouver.ca 24. City of Calgary http://calgaryonlinestore.com/publicdata.asp 25. City of Edmonton http://data.edmonton.ca 26. Cities are building new governance structures 27. City of London http://www.london.ca/d.aspx?s=/Open_Data/default.htm 28. Open data is a dance performance between citizens and city governments 29. City of Toronto http://www.toronto.ca/open/ http://www.datato.org/app/ The Government The Community 30. City of Ottawa http://www.ottawa.ca/online _ services/opendata/index_en.html http://www.opendataottawa.ca/ The Government The Community http://traceyplauriault.ca/ 010/07/21/changecamp-ottawa-2010- open-data-terms-of-use-session/ 31. Ville de Montr al In Progress Stay Tuned!! http://montrealouvert.net The Government The Community 32. Cities are working together 33. G4 + 1 http://www.slideshare.net/jkonga/ gov-20-and-open-data-sustainability http://www.egov.vic.gov.au/topics -a-z/c/canada-topics-a-z/municipal -open-government- framework-work-in-progress.html 34. Hacktivists are building apps for citizens 35. Hackfests http://govcamp.ca/hackfest-and- draftfest-canada-govcamp-2011/ http://www.hackfest.ca/?lg=en http://miwhackathon . eventbrite.com/ https://www.socialtext.net/ http://opendataapps.org/ 36. Public participation app http://fixmystreet.ca/ 37. City Apps4Contests http://contest.apps4edmonton.ca/ http://www.apps4ottawa.ca/ 38. Provinces are also starting 39. BC Climate Change Data http://apps4climateaction.gov.bc.ca/ http://data.gov.bc.ca/index.html 40. The elder statesperson is NRCan 41. NRCan http://www.geoconnections.org http://geodiscover.cgdi.ca http://www.geobase.ca http://geogratis.cgdi.gc.ca/ 42. Citizens are working together nationally 43. Advocates http://lists.pwd.ca/mailman/listinfo/civicaccess-discuss http://visiblegovernment.ca/ http://datalibre.ca/ 44. The conversation has just started, and I hope we can mobilize our national knowledge resources at all scales to collectively work on resolving some of our toughest issues and to create a more open, inclusive & collaborative culture.

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