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Open Data and Open Governance in Canada: A Critical Examination of New Opportunities and Old Tensions

Jeffrey Roy
2014 Future Internet  
First, we seek to both situate and examine the evolution and effectiveness of open data strategies in the Canadian public sector, with a particular focus on municipal governments that have led this movement  ...  As governments develop open data strategies, such efforts reflect the advent of the Internet, the digitization of government, and the emergence of meta-data as a wider socio-economic and societal transformational  ...  Such tensions relate directly to the City of Edmonton experience (and a wider evolution of open data in Canada, as explained further below).  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi6030414 fatcat:ivrdmmgajbh57ige6zzzxlf7iu

Canada

International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.
2021 IMF Staff Country Reports  
of the firms' debt data from Statistics Canada in the denominator.  ...  Section D examines why income inequality has risen in Canada by exploring changes in inequality in market incomes and redistribution policies.  ...  and rectangle in Figure A3 , assuming a linear marginal cost curve. 2 Unless otherwise noted, all data in this Annex is taken from van Reijven and others (2016).  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781513574295.002 fatcat:zl4fk3va35cgnbkkflqdmyqhyy

Female Radicalization in Canada

Hailey Robinsmith
2018 The Journal of Intelligence Conflict and Warfare  
would prevent those who truly do regret their decision from returning home, and could cost Canada critical intelligence and counterterror opportunities.  ...  in a Western country may feel tension between their dual identities.  ... 
doi:10.21810/jicw.v1i1.483 fatcat:rmghnn45vjc7ha5vzwklatm2ku

Solidarity Co-operatives (Quebec, Canada) [chapter]

Jean-Pierre Girard, Geneviève Langlois
2009 The Changing Boundaries of Social Enterprises  
This is followed by a brief portrait of the development of the formula following the legal act which led to its existence in 1997, and by data that relates to the current number of co-operatives and participant  ...  Indeed, solidarity co-operatives can be set up in many original ways in various branches of industry, including new ones for co-operatives such as environment, leisure, fair trade and health care.  ...  Starting with the formal commitment of the Government of Quebec to recognise this new kind of co-operative, a close and very fruitful collaboration between the CCQ and the government branch responsible  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264055513-7-en fatcat:b66lydoupzhwpkeo2j4a4zdhum

Canada: Selected Issues

2018 IMF Staff Country Reports  
What is critical, however-especially in these times of considerable uncertainty-is close coordination between federal and provincial governments.  ...  examining the effect of corporate taxes on MNC profits in Canada.  ...  Consider the following cost-minimization problem for firm i in period t: where and are the prices of labor and capital respectively, (•) is production technology, and ̅̅̅ is a scalar.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781484368398.002 fatcat:nkrdsrnwhbb2jflajutvhyixeu

Co-developing digital inclusion policy and programming with Indigenous partners: interventions from Canada

Rob McMahon
2020 Internet Policy Review  
Diverse rural Indigenous communities in Canada, like those in many regions of the world, are facing a variety of challenges and opportunities associated with the development, deployment, and adoption of  ...  This article discusses two examples of digital inclusion codeveloped with Indigenous peoples in Canada: a supply-side intervention focused on digital access policy, and a demand-side intervention focused  ...  open to new forms of engagement made possible by a combination of political will, citizen participation in decision-making, and the affordances of still-evolving digital infrastructures and technologies  ... 
doi:10.14763/2020.2.1478 fatcat:gzfsquipszchvi4wisxqzxt2dy

Education in Canada : in Pursuit of Educational Qualityand Equity

Clara Morgan
2011 Revista Española de Educación Comparada  
Canada is one of the few countries in the world that does not have a national department of education but several provincial departments of education which are responsible for educational governance.  ...  It describes the current political, economic and social context and provides a brief historical overview oft he evolution of these systems.  ...  Ontario has begun to provide parents with a pre-school option. As of 2010, Ontario will provide full-day learning opportunities for four-and five-year-olds.  ... 
doi:10.5944/reec.18.2011.7560 doaj:f25b551ec84345609f3f8623b7434400 fatcat:2wmrz7xszfdxhnmcufb3nxmvae

Intergovernmental Innovation and the Administrative State in Canada

CAROLYN M. JOHNS, PATRICIA L. O'REILLY, GREGORY J. INWOOD
2006 Governance. An International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions  
The final source consists of data collected from each jurisdiction on intergovernmental agencies, budgets and personnel in Canada from 1990 Canada from -2002 Collectively, these sources are used to examine  ...  that this was very critical in a time when governments should be building horizontal and vertical policy capacity.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-0491.2006.00331.x fatcat:3plx3p776vg7nlkmybfknfhxvy

Reconnaissance and Reflection

Marlene Asselin, Ray Doiron
2021 IASL Annual Conference Proceedings  
In this paper, we describe the process of an often experienced, but rarely documented, process of shaping a new research focus.  ...  Specifically, we report our initial work in planning a collaborative research initiative between educational institutions and libraries in Canada and Ethiopia.  ...  From this initial stance, we used a set of qualitative research tools to collect data and conduct an examination of the state of libraries in Ethiopia and how they are supporting literacy, all the while  ... 
doi:10.29173/iasl7652 fatcat:2hon4ewnwrbqvptrmexlmzneuq

Creating Inclusive EAL Classrooms: How Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) Instructors Understand and Mitigate Barriers for Students Who Have Experienced Trauma

Amea Wilbur
2017 The TESL Canada Journal  
they face in supporting such students in a government-funded and designed EAL program for newcomers.  ...  Using the concept of Iris Marion Young's "Five Faces of Oppression" (1990), the data and ndings of the research for my dissertation are explored, contributing to the discussion on trauma and learning in  ...  They were thoughtful, insightful, and demonstrated a genuine interest in sharing their experiences and thoughts. The Author Dr.  ... 
doi:10.18806/tesl.v33i0.1243 fatcat:oaesc7tgvfetfb2kruycs2zy7a

Health care technology in Canada (with special reference to Quebec)

Renaldo N. Battista, Robert Jacob, Matthew J. Hodge
1994 Health Policy  
Data comparing Canada and the United States indicate a 20 percent higher rate of exams per population in Canada (75) .  ...  of very old people.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0168-8510(94)00685-8 pmid:10139497 fatcat:vhj5qqjdljbtvpge64uyk47pea

Special Issue: Private Sponsorship in Canada

Kathryn Barber
2019 Refuge  
As a broker between government directives and sponsors, MCCC must hold in tension two conflicting sets of values, or structures of capital.  ...  In September 2016 the government of Canada, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), and the Open Society Foundations announced the formation of the Global Refugee Sponsorship Initiative (GRSI), a partnership aimed  ...  signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the UNHCR to implement its commitments to responsibility-sharing outlined in the Mexico Declaration and Plan of Action to Strengthen the International Protection  ... 
doi:10.25071/1920-7336.40707 fatcat:2v3d4ls6pbc63hhtsjxtdtqcoq

Assessing English: A Comparison between Canada and England's Assessment Procedures

Bethan Marshall, Simon Gibbons
2018 Education Sciences  
This paper compares the way English is assessed in England and Canada and looks to the ways in which the kind of assessment undertaken affects the practices of English teachers both in the teaching of  ...  English as a subject used to be assessed using course-based or portfolio assessments but now it is increasingly examined through terminal tests. Canada is an exception to this rule.  ...  We collected data from four schools in England and Scotland and three in Canada.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci8040211 fatcat:s5nrqyr2pjgi3ntfmfbed6ayo4

Beyond Town and Gown: Universities, Territoriality and the Mobilization of New Urban Structures in Canada

Jean-Paul D. Addie, Roger Keil, Kris Olds
2014 Territory, Politics, Governance  
After launching a comparable competition to establish a new Institute of Technology in early 2013, the City of Amsterdam selected a consortium of TU Delft, Wageningen UR and Massachusetts Institute of  ...  We treat these relationships in spatial and institutional terms, recognizing that actors and decision-makers in government and academic bodies understand their links as a combination of both.  ...  Acknowledgements Research for this paper has been supported through the Knowledge Synthesis program of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1080/21622671.2014.924875 fatcat:aj5apamxijfb3gnjdlzsnsuq4i

Trauma Association of Canada Abstracts 2018

2018 Canadian journal of surgery  
The common causes are head trauma, tension pneumothorax, spinal in juries and hypovolemia.  ...  We conducted a randomized controlled trial assessing the impact of the trauma checklist on time to critical interventions on a simulated pediatric patient.  ...  Play Safe has embarked on a mission to share the need for and reality of online injury data collection with a wide audience of sport organizations in Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1503/cjs.004018 fatcat:uv2ccvgft5c4bgtx4l6af3uef4
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