Delvinia and Munk School of Global Affairs Partner to Study eDemocracy


Partnership to Examine Innovative Uses of Digital Technology in Citizen Engagement Delvinia and the Innovation Policy Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs in the University of Toronto are pleased to announce a partnership to study eDemocracy and the impact of technology on citizen engagement in Canada. Delvinia has extensive experience working with all levels of more »

The future of eDemocracy: Increasing citizen engagement through choice, control, transparency and authenticity


There have been a number of incidents recently that demonstrate the fact that the future of eDemocracy is about transparency, authenticity, and ultimately holding both politicians and citizens responsible for creating a democratic environment that serves the best interests of citizens. The alternative, which I shared with the Edmonton Citizens Jury this past weekend, would more »

Delvinia in the News: Canadian Government Executive Profiles eDemocracy in Markham


Delvinia’s work around eDemocracy in the Town of Markham is the subject of a feature story in the January issue of Canadian Government Executive, published by IT in Canada. “Voting digital: Markham connects through tech,” authored by Delvinia CEO Adam Froman and Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti, is based on a presentation delivered by the pair more »

In the News: Vue Magazine Profiles Delvinia’s Work with the Town of Markham


In the December issue of Vue Magazine, published by the Market Research and Intelligence Association (MRIA), our CEO Adam Froman shares the story of our work with the Town of Markham. Adam’s feature article, “How Marketing Research is Helping Canada Gain Recognition as a Global Leader in eDemocracy,” illustrates how the municipality has successfully used more »

Sharing the Story of Markham's Journey at GTEC 2011


I just returned from speaking at the GTEC 2011 conference in Ottawa earlier today. This is the largest government technology conference in the country. It was held at the new Ottawa Convention Centre next to the Westin Hotel and the conference took over the entire building. All of the major technology providers were in attendance. more »