If you have an idea that you think should be part of the Action Plan, please use this form to let us know. You can also send us a submission at email@example.com.
Questions that you may wish to consider include:
- What does open government mean to you?
- What major issues facing Canada today would most benefit from the application of open and transparent collaboration between governments, citizens, civil society, academia and business?
- What data and information do you feel should be proactively released regarding government programs, services and activities?
- How can we present and package data and information in the most useful way (formats, display, etc.)?
- How can we work more effectively with Canadians to develop better solutions for delivering information that they want?
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