Activities Discussion - Action Plan 2.0 Discussions

Follow:

The consultation period is closed, but we want this to be an ongoing dialogue. Please contact us at any time.

 

 

Thank you for all your input so far. The Government of Canada has assembled a list of proposed activities for Canada’s Action Plan on Open Government 2.0 based on your suggestions and our own ongoing analysis.

Proposed activities are listed below for your review and feedback.

If you wish to access the summary of what we heard so far during the discussion, please visit the Consultation Summaries section.

Suggested Ideas

The Government of Canada will develop and launch a new citizen engagement and consultation platform. Through this enhanced platform, Canadians will be able to easily take part in whatever federal consultations interest them.  Social media features…

  • Open dialogue
  • consulting platform
  • consultation best practices

Canadians have told us that they want quick and easy access to the government data they need from coast-to-coast-to-coast, regardless of which government owns the data. Working with provinces, territories and cities, we will work to break down the…

  • open data
  • Open Data Canada
  • Open Data Without Borders

The Government of Canada will expand the proactive release of information on government activities, programs, policies and services and will work to make government information easier to find and reuse.

Potential activities may include:

  • open information
  • openness
  • transparency
  • accountability
  • virtual library

As announced in the 2014 Budget, the government will work with partners in the private sector, academia, and government to establish an Open Data Institute. The Institute will act as hub for Canadian open data initiatives, and will play a key role in…

  • Open Data Institute
  • ODI

The Government of Canada will continue to unlock the potential of Open Data for Canadians through a series of innovative and forward-looking projects. Taking advantage of new technologies, the government will prioritize easy access to the data…

  • open data

The Government of Canada will establish reporting standards on the payments made to governments in Canada and abroad by Canadian companies in the mining, oil, and gas sectors. Extractive companies are often required to make such payments to cover…

  • mandatory reporting
  • extractives industry

The Government of Canada will issue a mandatory policy to all departments and agencies that will require them to release more open data and information. Canadians have told us they want to be able to find, use, and repurpose government data and…

  • Open Government Directive
  • open by default culture

The Government of Canada will expand the proactive release of information on government activities, programs, policies and services and will work to make government information easier to find and reuse.

Potential activities may include:

  • open information
  • openness
  • transparency
  • accountability
  • virtual library

The Government of Canada will issue a mandatory policy to all departments and agencies that will require them to release more open data and information. Canadians have told us they want to be able to find, use, and repurpose government data and…

  • Open Government Directive
  • open by default culture

The Government of Canada will establish reporting standards on the payments made to governments in Canada and abroad by Canadian companies in the mining, oil, and gas sectors. Extractive companies are often required to make such payments to cover…

  • mandatory reporting
  • extractives industry

As announced in the 2014 Budget, the government will work with partners in the private sector, academia, and government to establish an Open Data Institute. The Institute will act as hub for Canadian open data initiatives, and will play a key role in…

  • Open Data Institute
  • ODI

The Government of Canada will develop and launch a new citizen engagement and consultation platform. Through this enhanced platform, Canadians will be able to easily take part in whatever federal consultations interest them.  Social media features…

  • Open dialogue
  • consulting platform
  • consultation best practices

The Government of Canada will continue to unlock the potential of Open Data for Canadians through a series of innovative and forward-looking projects. Taking advantage of new technologies, the government will prioritize easy access to the data…

  • open data

The Government of Canada will establish reporting standards on the payments made to governments in Canada and abroad by Canadian companies in the mining, oil, and gas sectors. Extractive companies are often required to make such payments to cover…

  • mandatory reporting
  • extractives industry

As announced in the 2014 Budget, the government will work with partners in the private sector, academia, and government to establish an Open Data Institute. The Institute will act as hub for Canadian open data initiatives, and will play a key role in…

  • Open Data Institute
  • ODI

Canadians have told us that they want quick and easy access to the government data they need from coast-to-coast-to-coast, regardless of which government owns the data. Working with provinces, territories and cities, we will work to break down the…

  • open data
  • Open Data Canada
  • Open Data Without Borders

The Government of Canada will issue a mandatory policy to all departments and agencies that will require them to release more open data and information. Canadians have told us they want to be able to find, use, and repurpose government data and…

  • Open Government Directive
  • open by default culture

The Government of Canada will establish reporting standards on the payments made to governments in Canada and abroad by Canadian companies in the mining, oil, and gas sectors. Extractive companies are often required to make such payments to cover…

  • mandatory reporting
  • extractives industry

The Government of Canada will continue to unlock the potential of Open Data for Canadians through a series of innovative and forward-looking projects. Taking advantage of new technologies, the government will prioritize easy access to the data…

  • open data

As announced in the 2014 Budget, the government will work with partners in the private sector, academia, and government to establish an Open Data Institute. The Institute will act as hub for Canadian open data initiatives, and will play a key role in…

  • Open Data Institute
  • ODI

The Government of Canada will issue a mandatory policy to all departments and agencies that will require them to release more open data and information. Canadians have told us they want to be able to find, use, and repurpose government data and…

  • Open Government Directive
  • open by default culture

The Government of Canada will expand the proactive release of information on government activities, programs, policies and services and will work to make government information easier to find and reuse.

Potential activities may include:

  • open information
  • openness
  • transparency
  • accountability
  • virtual library

Canadians have told us that they want quick and easy access to the government data they need from coast-to-coast-to-coast, regardless of which government owns the data. Working with provinces, territories and cities, we will work to break down the…

  • open data
  • Open Data Canada
  • Open Data Without Borders

The Government of Canada will develop and launch a new citizen engagement and consultation platform. Through this enhanced platform, Canadians will be able to easily take part in whatever federal consultations interest them.  Social media features…

  • Open dialogue
  • consulting platform
  • consultation best practices