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Canada’s second Action Plan included the Directive on Open Government, which made it mandatory for federal government departments and agencies to maximize the release of data and information. This Plan also established commitments to collaborate with provinces, territories, and municipalities through Open Data Canada, with the private sector through the Open Data Exchange, and with the international community through Open Data for Development. 2014-16 also saw an expansion of Government of Canada work on open contracting and open financial data and information.
This report describes Canada's progress on 48 indicators across 19 technical areas. It provides a unique overview of Canada's health system and current state of public health preparedness.
Canada’s first plan to the Open Government Partnership, after joining the OGP in 2011, set a direction for how Government manages and releases records and changed Canada’s open data portal, data.gc.ca, from a pilot into a permanent program. This Action Plan was structured along three streams of activity: open data, open information, and open dialogue.
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.
Canada’s third plan consists of 22 commitments, many of which focus on building the culture and capacity for Open Government. Canada’s approach in this Plan is structured within four priority areas: open by default; fiscal transparency; innovation, prosperity, and sustainable development; and engaging Canadians and the world.
From October 2017 to April 2018, the Government of Canada conducted public consultations to develop Canada’s 4th Plan on Open Government (2018-2020). These 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 three sets of data: one entitled “Compilation” which contains the bulk of the actual comments, the second entitled “Individual Feedback” contains feedback received from participants on the engagement process and the third “Event Table” provides details on the events used to collect the data.
This quarterly financial report has been prepared by management as required by section 65.1 of the Financial Administration Act and in the form and manner prescribed by the Treasury Board. This quarterly financial report should be read in conjunction with the 2018-2019 Main Estimâtes.
Notice to the reader: This document represents the recommendation of the Committee constituted under s. 55 of the Constitution Act, 1982 and has never been superseded by any other report under that section. Section 55 of the Constitution Act, 1982 provides that "a French version of the portions of the Constitution of Canada referred to in the schedule [to that Act] shall be prepared by the Minister of Justice of Canada as expeditiously as possible". The French Constitutional Drafting Committee was set up in 1984 with a mandate to assist the Minister in that task. The Committee has endeavoured to ensure the greatest possible consistency in the documents without changing the substance of the laws contained in them.
The report provides an annual overview of activities undertaken by SSHRC program portfolios, and incorporates feedback from committee members and observers. Point-in-time data on applications adjudicated and awarded during the 2019-20 fiscal year is included to inform and support SSHRC's Programs Committee discussions. These findings also serve to inform SSHRC programs for continuous improvement.
"The History of the Federal Electoral Ridings, 1867-2010" dataset provides information on the electoral history of Canada since Confederation.
Included you will find the name, gender, occupation, party affiliation, election results of all the candidates to all the federal elections by riding.
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