Farewell from ODI Toronto

Dear friends, After over 5 years supporting open data initiatives through events, workshops, and partnerships, the ODI Toronto team has decided to complete this stage of the journey as a node, and pursue our own interests in areas that have grown beyond the initial open data focus.   ODI Toronto was the first Canadian node of […]

photo of Canadian Open Data Summit program book with cup of coffee.

Addressing Open Governance and Intent: Canadian Open Data Summit

Intent is the overarching message at the Canadian Open Data Summit (CODS18) in Niagara Falls, hosted by Niagara Connects.  The summit is comprised of various public participants, sponsors, and 70 speakers from the open data community drawn from all levels of government, the non-profit and commercial sectors, and education institutions, each with a vested interest […]

Tracking Open Progress: Open Canada Update

Tracking open data progress and growth opportunities requires a time-intensive initial survey, and the maintenance of portals is even more involved. A recent ODI Toronto presentation and visualization report, Mid-Size Visual Insight illustrates mid-size cities known to have open data initiatives, and is derived from merging community and Open Canada data. Open Canada is the national government site […]