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Events

Upcoming

We Make The City – Amsterdam, June 19, 2019

reSite – Prague, Sept 19/20, 2019

Past

IoT613 – Ottawa, May 8/9 2019

Conference “Cities and Digital Technology Chair”: Data, Platforms & Cities – SciencesPo – Paris, April 4, 2019

Compute Ontario ORION Smart Cities Governance Lab – Waterloo, March 28, 2019

Why Should I Care? Digital Rights – Fair Use, Privacy, and the lack of Clarity – Toronto,  January 21, 2019.

Democracy Exchange – Toronto, January 26, 2019.

MyData 2018 – Helsinki, Finland. August 30, 2018

Canadian Open Data SummitNiagara Falls, November 7&8, 2018.

Shaping Future Cities Symposium – University of Michigan, Detroit, November 9, 2018

Moneco-Econtro Policy Conference – The Future is Now – Canadian Association for Business Economics, Kingston, August 27/28, 2018

Baltic Tiger in the Digital Jungle – In Conversation with Estonia’s Prime Minister – Economic Club of  Canada, Toronto, May 25, 2018

Smart Communities Panel – Go Open Data Conference, May 11, 2018, Barrie, Ontario

RightsCon – May 16-18, Toronto Ontario 

Equity and Government Responsibility in the Smart City April 30, 2018 – hosted by Councillor Wong-Tam

What Does Digital Inclusion Mean for Canada’s Diverse Municipalities?  Webinar – Federation of Canadian Municipalities, March 28th, 2018. 

Smart Cities – Who Will Be Left Behind?  Hosted by Why Should I Care?  March 19, 2018

Countering the Digital Consensus: The Political Economy of the Smart City (Ethics in the City Series) – University of Toronto, Centre for Ethics. March 14, 2018

Ontario Ministry of Consumer Goods and Services – Open Government Symposium.   March 7, 2018

Smart Leaders for Smart Cities, February 24, 2018

Ontario Library Association Super Conference.   February 1, 2018

How can libraries position themselves to support the vision of an open government? Bianca Wylie (Open Data Institute of Toronto) and Toronto Public Library staff discuss their continued partnership to host hackathons, programs, training, and to engage the civic tech community to build an understanding of the open data movement.