On Friday evening, the general public was invited to our opening keynote address by Hillary Hartley, the Chief Digital Officer of Ontario.
About Hillary Watch the keynote
The public keynote was followed by a networking reception and Civic Tech Science Fair, which showcased a number of Canadian organizations working on projects that use digital tools to improve civic engagement.
On Saturday, selected participants with diverse backgrounds gathered to discuss the future of digital citizenship for Canadians.
Watch Opening Plenary Watch Closing Plenary
Participants unwinded following Connected Canada 150 at the post-conference reception hosted by The Conversation Canada.
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This Canada 150: Conneted Canada conference was supported by a Canada 150 Connection Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
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