#Connected150: Ontario's Change Mission in a Digital Age - Hillary Hartley

Friday  13 October  2017  6:00 PM    Friday  13 October  2017 9:00 PM
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**PLEASE NOTE: If you are registered for the conference, you do not need to register for a ticket right**

Join us as we explore what the digital world means for civic engagement with Hillary Hartley, Chief Digital Officer for Ontario.

6:00 - Doors open
6:30 - Ontario's Change Mission in a Digital Age - Keynote by Hillary Hartley, Chief Digital Officer of Ontario
7:30 to 9:00 - Civic Tech Science Fair and Reception!

The public keynote, part of the Connected Canada 150 conference organized by the University of Ottawa will be followed by a reception and Civic Tech Science Fair. Canada’s civic tech superstars —be they community groups, civic-minded businesses, or groups working on digital government— are creating a new environment in which technology contributes to citizenship.  The Civic Tech Science Fair  - born out of Ottawa Civic Tech - will showcase a number of Canadian organizations working on projects that use digital tools to improve civic engagement.

Join us and our Connected Canada 150 partners for a night of networking and enjoy drinks, snacks, and a nerdy showcase of the best of Canada’s civic tech scene!

Event will be in Tabaret Hall at the University of Ottawa, Room 112.

Are you working on a project related to digital citizenship?. We’d love to hear from you. Email info “at” connected150 “dot” com

iVote-jeVote is pleased to be a support the Connected Canada 150 conference.

Regrettably, this event is English only.

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Tabaret Hall (TBT) room 112
550 Cumberland Street, Ottawa, ON, Canada
Tabaret Hall (TBT) room 112
550 Cumberland Street, Ottawa, ON, Canada