Nicole Goodman rejoins the Centre for e-Democracy

We’re pleased to announce that Nicole Goodman is taking on a new role as Director of the Centre for e-Democracy. Launched in October 2014, the Centre is a not-for-profit organization created by our CEO Adam Froman with the support of the Munk School of Global Affairs. The Centre was founded in an effort to generate, translate […]

Delvinia CEO Adam Froman launches the Centre for e-Democracy

Not-for-profit organization to share knowledge on how technology is impacting Canadians’ social and political way of life (Toronto, ON) October 14, 2014 – Delvinia CEO Adam Froman today announced the launch of the Centre for e-Democracy, an independent not-for-profit organization dedicated to initiating, translating and disseminating academic research and knowledge on the impact of digital […]

Delvinia’s Internet Voting Report Gets Radio Play in B.C.

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 Frank Stanford of CFAX 1070. Nicole talked about the Town […]

Delvinia Releases DIG Report on eDemocracy and Citizen Engagement

Delvinia has announced the release of its latest DIG report, “eDemocracy and Citizen Engagement: The Delvinia Report on Internet Voting in the Town of Markham.” This groundbreaking study—based on Delvinia’s involvement in three consecutive elections—provides a comprehensive review of Canadian attitudes toward Internet voting in Canada, demonstrates how Canadians are embracing digital technologies to interact […]

Delvinia to Release DIG Report on Internet Voting and the Future of eDemocracy in Canada

Delvinia will release its latest DIG report on Internet voting and the future of eDemocracy in Canada at a press conference being held in our offices at 10 a.m. on Monday, September 26. The report, “eDemocracy and Citizen Engagement: The Delvinia Report on Internet Voting in the Town of Markham,” examines the municipality’s experience with […]

Presentation on Parliament Hill Sparks Interest in DIY Markham

On Friday, my colleague Lesley Copeland and I presented our paper, entitled “Candidates do it, why can’t election agencies? The Town of Markham’s use of Facebook in the 2010 Municipal Election” on Parliament Hill. This presentation was part of a two-day conference organized by Carleton University’s Hon. Dick and Ruth Bell Chair for the Study […]