Earlier today, the City of Guelph issued a media release announcing the municipality's innovative open government action plan - the first of its kind in Canada - and we're thrilled to be a part of it. Delvinia was recently awarded the contract to assist with the development of Guelph's open … [Read more...] about Delvinia Wins RFP to Help the City of Guelph Create Canada’s First Open Government Action Plan
Michael Geist's column in Saturday's Toronto Star cited the attacks on the voting system at the recent NDP convention as a reason to dismiss the prospect of online voting in a general election. It really annoys me when high profile and well respected academics like Geist try to stir the pot by … [Read more...] about Does Michael Geist really think polling stations are the only option for elections in today’s digital age?
Delvinia CEO Adam Froman and Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti will address delegates at GTEC 2011, Canada’s Government Technology Event, on Wednesday. The four-day conference and exhibition, which is expected to draw more than 7,000 attendees, gets under way today at the Ottawa Convention … [Read more...] about Delvinia and Markham to Present at GTEC 2011
For the election night coverage on Rogers TV Toronto, Goldhawk Live producer Dave Bradshaw interviewed Delvinia CEO Adam Froman for a segment about Internet voting and voter turnout. Speaking in reference to Delvinia's recent DIG report on eDemocracy and citizen engagement in the Town of Markham, … [Read more...] about Could Internet Voting Impact Voter Turnout in Ontario?
Delvinia's DIG report on eDemocracy and Citizen Engagement got some airtime on a radio station in Victoria, B.C. this week. On Thursday, Nicole Goodman, a PhD candidate specializing in Canadian political institutions and alternative voting methods and the principal author of the report, spoke to … [Read more...] about Delvinia’s Internet Voting Report Gets Radio Play in B.C.