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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.
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.
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.
Public health security and pandemic preparedness.
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.
President Meeting with Dr. Pierre Béland, Commissioner, International Joint Commission, August 26, 2019
The CCDR provides timely, authoritative and practical information on infectious diseases to clinicians, public health professionals, and policy-makers to inform policy, program development and practice.
Health Canada and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are holding joint public consultation meetings on International Council for Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH) guidelines currently under development. The aim of this initiative is to hold public consultation meetings prior to each bi-annual ICH face-to-face meeting, in order to seek input on certain regulatory aspects that could be beneficial for the harmonisation of ICH guidelines.
The purpose of this evaluation was to assess the design and delivery of the Office of International Affairs (OIA) for the Health Portfolio as a shared service. This assessment focussed on OIA activities conducted from April 2012 to September 2017.
The Joint Statement on Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS), originally published in 2001, was a national collaboration to recognize and provide guidance on this important public health issue. The Joint Statement on SBS required revisions to reflect developments in knowledge, understanding and practice within and between sectors. The purpose of this revised joint statement is to outline the key principles underpinning professional practice in traumatic head injury due to child maltreatment (THI-CM) in Canada.