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Open Data Policy in CanadaTracey P. LauriaultGeomatics and Cartographic Research CentreCarleton University(http://gcrc.car...
Table of Contents1. The globe2. Open Data Examples3. Where to get data4. Data advocacy5. Data policy6. Librarian Powers
Blue MarbleJoseph Campbell “the society of the Planet” from the Power of the Mythin reference to the Blue Marble Image rel...
Open Data Examples
Citizen - Participationhttp://opennorth.ca/Budget Plateauhttp://budgetplateau.com/
Citizen - Recreationhttp://patinermontreal.ca/rinks/74-saint-simon-apotrehttp://montrealouvert.net/a-propos/
Citizen - Accountabilityhttp://mamairie.ca/http://represent.opennorth.ca/
Citizen – Dining and Healthhttp://resto-net.ca/en
Citizen - AccessCatherine Roy: ecrire@catherine-roy.nethttp://montrealaccessible.ca/http://www.rapliq.org/2011/06/09/journ...
Citizen - Healthhttp://www.hackinghealth.ca/about
Citizen – Transparency  Les appels d’offres et certaincontrats octroyés de la Ville deMontréal et la province duQuébec (v...
Citizen - Hackathonshttp://www.rhok.org/http://blog.opendataottawa.ca/http://montrealouvert.net/2011/11/23/compte-rendu-du...
Citizen - Entrepreneurhttp://ajah.ca/home/ All 10,000 public andprivate foundations. Exhaustive list offederal and provi...
Research – Inuit Sea Ice Use and OccupancyData & Software- Nunaliit Cybercartographic Atlas Framework (BSD)- Geogratis Fra...
Community - Place Nameshttps://gcrc.carleton.ca/confluence/display/GCRCWEB/Atlases
Territory – Treaty Processhttps://gcrc.carleton.ca/confluence/display/GCRCWEB/The+Lake+Huron+Treaty+Atlas
Past & Presenthttps://gcrc.carleton.ca/confluence/display/GCRCWEB/The+Lake+Huron+Treaty+Atlas
Citizen Sciencehttp://waterenvironmentalhub.ca/
NGOhttp://sjhdc.ca//
NGO, City, Universityhttps://gcrc.carleton.ca/confluence/display/GCRCWEB/Pilot+Atlas+of+the+Risk+of+Homelessness
Environmenthttp://www.ec.gc.ca/inrp-npri/http://www.ecojustice.ca/media-centre/press-releases/court-victory-forces-canada-...
Municipal Officialhttp://www.municipaldata-donneesmunicipales.ca/Site/Reporting/en/reporting_tool.php
Chief Medical Officer of Healthhttp://emis.santemontreal.qc.ca/
Chief Medical Officer of Healthhttp://www.communityview.ca/index.html
Social Determinants of Healthwww.toronto.ca/wellbeing
Transportation plannerDonnées sourcesAu niveau municipal, les donnéessont accessibles indirectement surle site de la ville...
Transportation plannerhttp://www.geobase.ca/geobase/en/data/nrn/index.html;jsessionid=1361AFFCF2C4E5B4D8071E5D489026EF
Disaster monitoringSafecast is a global sensornetwork for collecting andsharing radiationmeasurements to empowerpeople wit...
Remote Sensing & Human RightsAAAS Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law ProgramSatellite Imagery Analysis for Ur...
Where to get data
Federal Data Geogratis & Geobase & Discovery Portal – NaturalResources Canada Treasury Board of Canada – OpenData.gc.ca...
NRCanhttp://www.geoconnections.org/fr/resourcelibrary/keyStudiesReportshttp://geodiscover.cgdi.cahttp://www.geobase.cahttp...
Open Data Federal Projecthttp://www.data.gc.ca/default.asp?lang=En&n=F9B7A1E3-1
Research Datahttp://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/34846.html
Open Aidhttp://www.acdi-cida.gc.ca/acdi-cida/acdi-cida.nsf/eng/FRA-511112638-L57
Provinces1. Ontario Open Data2. Alberta Open Data3. Données ouvertes Portail du Gouvernement duQuébec, Québec Ouvert – Cit...
Open Data Provinceshttp://www.donnees.gouv.qc.ca/?node=/accueilhttp://www.data.gov.bc.ca/
Open Data Cities1. Banff Open Data Portal, (AB) Pilot2. City of Brandon (MB)3. City of Burlington (ON), Pilot4. City of Ca...
Citieshttp://app06.ottawa.ca/en/city_hall/statisticsdata/opendata/info/index.htmhttp://www.saskatoon.ca/DEPARTMENTS/Corpor...
Community Data Portalhttp://communitydata-donneescommunautaires.ca/home
Data advocacy
Data Negotiationhttp://cdc-dcc.info/mandate.php
Open Data NGOshttp://www.opendatabc.ca/index.htmlhttp://opennorth.ca/
CivicAccess.cahttp://datalibre.ca/links-resources/
Equal Right to be Countedhttp://www.ccsd.ca/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=155:update-census-challenge&catid...
Data Liberation Initiativehttp://www.statcan.gc.ca/dli-idd/dli-idd-eng.htm /
Public Consultations20102002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009National Data Archive Consultation(SSHRC)Stewardship ofRese...
Data Policy
Geo Research Datahttp://www.ipy-api.gc.ca/pg_IPYAPI_052-fra.html
Health Datahttp://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/34846.html
Open Gov. Resolutionhttp://www.oic-ci.gc.ca/eng/rp-pr-ori-ari_2010_1.aspx
Policy Primers & Guidelineshttp://geoconnections.nrcan.gc.ca/18
Open Government Partnershiphttp://geoconnections.nrcan.gc.ca/18
LAWhttp://www.cippic.ca/
Law and PolicyMapping the Legal and PolicyBoundaries of Digital Cartography(SSHRC Partnership Project)- Centre for Law, Te...
GCRC – Guiding Principles• Products produced w/public funds belong to the public Whenever possible open access comes firs...
Librarian Powers can be used to… Point to these data & apps Point citizens to data resources Examine & evaluate portals...
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Digital Odyssey 2013: BIG DATA, Small World
Friday June 7
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  1. 1. Open Data Policy in CanadaTracey P. LauriaultGeomatics and Cartographic Research CentreCarleton University(http://gcrc.carleton.ca)Digital Odyssey 2013: BIG DATA, Small WorldFriday June 7Bram & Bluma Appel Salon, Toronto Reference Library789 Yonge Street (1 street north of Bloor)Toronto ON M4W 2G8
  2. 2. Table of Contents1. The globe2. Open Data Examples3. Where to get data4. Data advocacy5. Data policy6. Librarian Powers
  3. 3. Blue MarbleJoseph Campbell “the society of the Planet” from the Power of the Mythin reference to the Blue Marble Image released by NASA in 1972
  4. 4. Open Data Examples
  5. 5. Citizen - Participationhttp://opennorth.ca/Budget Plateauhttp://budgetplateau.com/
  6. 6. Citizen - Recreationhttp://patinermontreal.ca/rinks/74-saint-simon-apotrehttp://montrealouvert.net/a-propos/
  7. 7. Citizen - Accountabilityhttp://mamairie.ca/http://represent.opennorth.ca/
  8. 8. Citizen – Dining and Healthhttp://resto-net.ca/en
  9. 9. Citizen - AccessCatherine Roy: ecrire@catherine-roy.nethttp://montrealaccessible.ca/http://www.rapliq.org/2011/06/09/journee-de-laccessibilite-dans-le-vieux-montreal/
  10. 10. Citizen - Healthhttp://www.hackinghealth.ca/about
  11. 11. Citizen – Transparency  Les appels d’offres et certaincontrats octroyés de la Ville deMontréal et la province duQuébec (version détaillée ici) Le registre des entreprises duCanada Les dons au partis politiquesdu Canada Les dons aux partis politiquesdu Québec Le registre des lobbyistes dugouvernment fédéral(aussiregistre et journal) Licenses restreintes danslindustrie de la construction Les contrats octroyés par laVille de Laval depuis 2007 Les contrats octroyés par laVille de Montréal depuis 2006http://quebecouvert.org/events/hackonslacorruption/
  12. 12. Citizen - Hackathonshttp://www.rhok.org/http://blog.opendataottawa.ca/http://montrealouvert.net/2011/11/23/compte-rendu-du-3e-hackathon-montreal-ouvert/?lang=enhttp://www.livinglabmontreal.org/TranspoCampMTL
  13. 13. Citizen - Entrepreneurhttp://ajah.ca/home/ All 10,000 public andprivate foundations. Exhaustive list offederal and provincialfunding programsspecifically for non-profits (over 700). Corporate funders(500 and growing).
  14. 14. Research – Inuit Sea Ice Use and OccupancyData & Software- Nunaliit Cybercartographic Atlas Framework (BSD)- Geogratis Framework & Topographic Data (Unrestricted terms of use)- Flow lines collected by different hunters (Shared rights)- More sensitive data – e.g. Bear Dens, sacred sites, environmentallysensitive data are for viewing & use by the community only- Data will become part of IPY Canadahttps://gcrc.carleton.ca/confluence/display/ISIUOP/Inuit+Sea+Ice+Use+and+Occupancy+Project+(ISIUOP)
  15. 15. Community - Place Nameshttps://gcrc.carleton.ca/confluence/display/GCRCWEB/Atlases
  16. 16. Territory – Treaty Processhttps://gcrc.carleton.ca/confluence/display/GCRCWEB/The+Lake+Huron+Treaty+Atlas
  17. 17. Past & Presenthttps://gcrc.carleton.ca/confluence/display/GCRCWEB/The+Lake+Huron+Treaty+Atlas
  18. 18. Citizen Sciencehttp://waterenvironmentalhub.ca/
  19. 19. NGOhttp://sjhdc.ca//
  20. 20. NGO, City, Universityhttps://gcrc.carleton.ca/confluence/display/GCRCWEB/Pilot+Atlas+of+the+Risk+of+Homelessness
  21. 21. Environmenthttp://www.ec.gc.ca/inrp-npri/http://www.ecojustice.ca/media-centre/press-releases/court-victory-forces-canada-to-report-pollution-data-for-mines
  22. 22. Municipal Officialhttp://www.municipaldata-donneesmunicipales.ca/Site/Reporting/en/reporting_tool.php
  23. 23. Chief Medical Officer of Healthhttp://emis.santemontreal.qc.ca/
  24. 24. Chief Medical Officer of Healthhttp://www.communityview.ca/index.html
  25. 25. Social Determinants of Healthwww.toronto.ca/wellbeing
  26. 26. Transportation plannerDonnées sourcesAu niveau municipal, les donnéessont accessibles indirectement surle site de la ville de Montréal.En dautres termes, ces donnéesnont pas été prévues pour êtreutilisées de manière directe maissont affichées sur une carte dansla section Info-Travaux.Au niveau provinciale, lesdonnées viennent du Ministèredes transports du Québec etde son service Québec 511. Làaussi le MTQ se démarque de seshomologues canadiens en étant apriori le premier à proposerdes données GPS pour lalocalisation des chantiers.http://zonecone.ca/
  27. 27. Transportation plannerhttp://www.geobase.ca/geobase/en/data/nrn/index.html;jsessionid=1361AFFCF2C4E5B4D8071E5D489026EF
  28. 28. Disaster monitoringSafecast is a global sensornetwork for collecting andsharing radiationmeasurements to empowerpeople with data about theirenvironmentshttp://blog.safecast.org/
  29. 29. Remote Sensing & Human RightsAAAS Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law ProgramSatellite Imagery Analysis for Urban Conflict Documentation: Aleppo, Syriahttp://srhrl.aaas.org/geotech/syria/aleppo.htm
  30. 30. Where to get data
  31. 31. Federal Data Geogratis & Geobase & Discovery Portal – NaturalResources Canada Treasury Board of Canada – OpenData.gc.ca Research Data Canada – National Research Council Data Liberation Initiative – ALMOST OPEN –Statistics Canada & Universities Data dot GC.ca – Citizen’s initiative to Inspire theCanadian Government Canadian International Development Agency(CIDA) Open Data
  32. 32. NRCanhttp://www.geoconnections.org/fr/resourcelibrary/keyStudiesReportshttp://geodiscover.cgdi.cahttp://www.geobase.cahttp://geogratis.cgdi.gc.ca/
  33. 33. Open Data Federal Projecthttp://www.data.gc.ca/default.asp?lang=En&n=F9B7A1E3-1
  34. 34. Research Datahttp://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/34846.html
  35. 35. Open Aidhttp://www.acdi-cida.gc.ca/acdi-cida/acdi-cida.nsf/eng/FRA-511112638-L57
  36. 36. Provinces1. Ontario Open Data2. Alberta Open Data3. Données ouvertes Portail du Gouvernement duQuébec, Québec Ouvert – Citizen Led4. BC: Data BC, OpenData BC- Citizen Led and B.C.’sClimate Change Data Catalogue is a compositelisting of publicly available data related to climatechange, with a focus on British Columbia data.5. Open Data Saskatchewan, Citizen Led
  37. 37. Open Data Provinceshttp://www.donnees.gouv.qc.ca/?node=/accueilhttp://www.data.gov.bc.ca/
  38. 38. Open Data Cities1. Banff Open Data Portal, (AB) Pilot2. City of Brandon (MB)3. City of Burlington (ON), Pilot4. City of Calgary (AB)5. City of Edmonton (AB)6. City of Fredericton (NB)7. Portail de données ouvertes de la ville deGatineau, Gatineau Ouverte (QC) – CitizenLed8. County of Grande Prairie (AB)9. City of Guelph (ON), Guelph Coffee andCode – Citizen Led10. Halifax Regional Municipality (NS)11. City of Hamilton (Transit Feed) (ON),Open Data Hamilton – Citizen Led12. OpenHalton (ON) – Citizen Led13. City of London (ON), OpenData London –Citizen Led14. Township of Langley (BC)15. Open Data Medicine Hat (AB)16. City of Mississauga – Mississauga Data(ON)17. Ville de Montréal Portails données ouvertes (QC),Montréal Ouvert – Citizen Led18. City of Nanaimo (BC)19. City of Niagara Falls (ON20. Region of Niagara (ON)21. Regional District of North Okanagan (BC)22. District of North Vancouver (BC) GeoWeb23. City of Ottawa (ON), Citizens’ APP Group – OpenDataOttawa; Apps24. Region of Peel (ON)25. City of Prince George (BC)26. Ville de Québec Catalogue de données, CapitaleOuverte (QC)- Citizen Led in Ville de Québec27. City of Red Deer, Alberta28. City of Regina (SK) Open Gov & Open Data site29. Open Data Saskatoon, interim portal30. City of Surrey (BC) GIS Catalog31. City of Toronto (ON); DataTO – Citizen Group32. City of Vancouver (BC); Open Data Wiki33. City of Victoria (BC)34. Open Data (city) Waterloo (ON).35. Region of Waterloo (ON), Region of Waterloo –Citizen Led,36. City of Windsor (ON) Open Data Catalog
  39. 39. Citieshttp://app06.ottawa.ca/en/city_hall/statisticsdata/opendata/info/index.htmhttp://www.saskatoon.ca/DEPARTMENTS/Corporate%20Services/Corporate%20Information%20Services/OpenData/Pages/OpenData.aspx
  40. 40. Community Data Portalhttp://communitydata-donneescommunautaires.ca/home
  41. 41. Data advocacy
  42. 42. Data Negotiationhttp://cdc-dcc.info/mandate.php
  43. 43. Open Data NGOshttp://www.opendatabc.ca/index.htmlhttp://opennorth.ca/
  44. 44. CivicAccess.cahttp://datalibre.ca/links-resources/
  45. 45. Equal Right to be Countedhttp://www.ccsd.ca/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=155:update-census-challenge&catid=46 /
  46. 46. Data Liberation Initiativehttp://www.statcan.gc.ca/dli-idd/dli-idd-eng.htm /
  47. 47. Public Consultations20102002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009National Data Archive Consultation(SSHRC)Stewardship ofResearch Data inCanada: A GapAnalysisOpen Government Consultations(TBS)Mapping the Data Landscape:Report of the 2011 CanadianResearch Data Summit2011GeoConnections study on Archiving,Management and Preservation of GeospatialDataNational Consultation on Access to ScientificData Final Report (NCASRD)Toward a National Digital Information Strategy:Mapping the Current Situation in Canada (LAC)Canadian Digital InformationStrategy (CDIS) (LAC)Digital Economy Consultation,Industry Canada (IC)
  48. 48. Data Policy
  49. 49. Geo Research Datahttp://www.ipy-api.gc.ca/pg_IPYAPI_052-fra.html
  50. 50. Health Datahttp://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/34846.html
  51. 51. Open Gov. Resolutionhttp://www.oic-ci.gc.ca/eng/rp-pr-ori-ari_2010_1.aspx
  52. 52. Policy Primers & Guidelineshttp://geoconnections.nrcan.gc.ca/18
  53. 53. Open Government Partnershiphttp://geoconnections.nrcan.gc.ca/18
  54. 54. LAWhttp://www.cippic.ca/
  55. 55. Law and PolicyMapping the Legal and PolicyBoundaries of Digital Cartography(SSHRC Partnership Project)- Centre for Law, Technology andSociety- Natural Resources Canada- Geomatics and CartographicResearch CentreEthics and Consent in Arctic DigitalResearch- Interdisciplinary, historical & culturalstudy of consent- Examine Consent Models in the North- Consult w/ northern data contributors- Consult w/ researchers & officials- GCRC & CLTS will Develop a data consentmodel- GCRC to Build a data collection consentframework into data collection technology
  56. 56. GCRC – Guiding Principles• Products produced w/public funds belong to the public Whenever possible open access comes first BSD License Use data from open access sources Creative Commons Share as much as possible Publish in Open Access Journals Create and use open source software, tools, widgets, etc. Design for open source browsers Participate in open access, open data, open source for a Build in consent and data access protocols into data collection tools Conduct research on access to data, consent, law and policy Encourage these principles in public consultations Education & Capacity building Adhere to interoperability standards and specifications Data Preservation
  57. 57. Librarian Powers can be used to… Point to these data & apps Point citizens to data resources Examine & evaluate portals Cataloguing expertise Data & app curation Be a citizen librarian at hackfest & hackathons Contribute expertise in public consultations Advise your city, prov. & fed gov’ts Develop a local advisory/reference group for non profits Volunteer in a local org. & help w/their data resources (e.g., librariansw/out borders)
  58. 58. Contact info: tlauriau@gmail.com

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