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In Committee from the House of Commons - Government Operations and Estimates - April 3, 2014


Open data expert David Eaves explains what open data is and discusses the potential uses of it. Professor Renée J. Miller from the University of Toronto suggests numerous ideas that can help Canada become a leader in what she calls the “open data revolution”. Mark Gayler, a technology strategist at Microsoft Canada talks about the evolution of open data and the methods in which it is used. Ginny Dybenko from the University of Waterloo discusses the potentially uncertain, but promising future of open data. (April 3, 2014)

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