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From March 31 to July 15, 2016, the Government of Canada conducted public consultations in support of developing Canada’s Third Biennial Plan to the Open Government Partnership (2016-2018). The datasets contain the comments, questions and ideas received, as well as the coding added to conduct the qualitative analysis. Private personal identifiers have been removed from the data. There are two sets of data; one entitled Compilation and, the other Individual Comments, as well as a supporting document entitled release notes that describes the content in detail.
From April 24 to October 20, 2014, the Government of Canada conducted public consultations in support of developing Canada’s Action Plan on Open Government 2014-2016. The datasets contain the comments, questions and ideas received, as well as the coding added to conduct the qualitative analysis. Personal identifiers have been removed from the data. There are two sets of data; one entitled Compilation and, the other Individual Comments, as well as a supporting document entitled release notes that describes the content in detail.
This document contains the full set of draft commitments for Canada’s 2018-2020 National Action Plan on Open Government. For more information, please visit the Creating Canada’s Action Plan on Open Government 2016–18 page. Please comment on this page or email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This dataset includes qualitative and quantitative responses from 8212 participants in a 19-question questionnaire that was available via open.canada.ca from October 2017 to March 2018. The questionnaire was conducted as the first part of engagement leading to the creation of Canada’s 4th plan on open government. This is part of Canada’s membership in the Open Government Partnership.
Canada’s fourth plan includes 10 new commitments that continue to promote openness, transparency, and accountability in the Government of Canada. It was developed in consultation with more than 10,000 Canadians from coast to coast to coast who provided their ideas and suggestions through online and in-person events.
Under the Open Government Action Plan, and related National Action Plan, the FGP is required to report on its commitments related to: supporting a user-friendly open government platform; improving the quality of open data available on open.canada.ca; and reviewing additional geospatial datasets to assess their quality.
This report summarizes the FGP’s action on meeting these commitments.
The Open Government Implementation Plan document describes the Public Service Commission of Canada’s (PSC) planned activities and deliverables aligned based on the requirements of the Directive on Open Government.
In April 2017, Natural Resources Canada launched Generation Energy, a six-month conversation on how Canada can ensure prosperity for Canadians while transitioning to a clean, affordable energy future. A forum, located on the Generation Energy website, was set up for Canadians to share their ideas, comment and vote on other ideas about their energy future.
This document includes all of the direct submissions received from generationenergy.ca and generationenergie.ca in the “Idea Forum” page. Personal identifiers have been stripped form the submissions, meanwhile, all submissions are given in the users’ choice of language and therefore may not be available in both official languages.
This document contains a draft end-of-term self-assessment on Canada’s performance on its commitments in the Third Biennial Plan to the Open Government Partnership 2016-2018. The Government of Canada is seeking your feedback on this report between September 18, 2018 and October 1, 2018. Please comment on this page or email your feedback to email@example.com.
The Canada Energy Regulator (CER) is committed to engaging with Stakeholders and Indigenous Peoples to establish meaningful relationships through its ongoing activities. Engagement involves dialogue, sharing information and building relationships with Canadians about the CER’s regulatory processes and services. Through engagement we gather valuable input, share information and foster understanding of issues important to Canadians, to better inform our decisions and our work.