Canadian e-consultation tools today?

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Canadian e-consultation tools today?

Steven Clift
With Canada being one of the first nations to embrace using digital tools with their legal requirement for government agencies to consult, I am curious about what is happening in this space today in Canada?

So, what's new? Or old but still important?

Also, what great online public participation tools have emerged recently?

Specifically, I am doing a quick review of the market for online deliberation tools. What's made in Canada?

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Steven Clift

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On Thu, Jun 29, 2017 at 4:42 PM, Steven Clift <[hidden email]> wrote:
With Canada being one of the first nations to embrace using digital tools with their legal requirement for government agencies to consult, I am curious about what is happening in this space today in Canada?

So, what's new? Or old but still important?

Also, what great online public participation tools have emerged recently?

Specifically, I am doing a quick review of the market for online deliberation tools. What's made in Canada?

Reply to the group or privately to: [hidden email]

Thanks,
Steven Clift


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