We’re excited to continue our digital government conversations with these global leaders who are coming to Saint John, NB on October 17-19 for the Big Data Congress.
FREDERICTON (GNB) – The following op-ed was issued today by Premier Brian Gallant:
Innovation is important to New Brunswick’s future. It is important for our economy and for the quality of life of New Brunswickers.
Saint John, NB A prominent feature of the Canadian Open Data Summit 2016 (April 28th at the Delta Brunswick) is its “rubber to the road” philosophy – the emphasis on how to use open data for impact. Audiences from all sectors will experience talks and panels that offer real meat to take away for practical use in their work and in everyday life.
Saint John, NB – The Canadian Open Data Summit kicks off with the presentation of the Canadian Open Data Awards at the Delta Brunswick in Saint John at 7 pm on April 27, 2016, emceed by British comedian and proud New Brunswick resident James Mullinger.
Summit attendees from coast to coast will gather to recognize and celebrate achievements in the field of open data through an expanded excellence program. This year for the first time there are six awards in total. Read more at: http://opendatasummit.ca/news
Saint John, NB – The upcoming Canadian Open Data Summit (April 28th, Saint John NB) has attracted a stellar lineup of keynote speakers who live and work at international destinations from Boston to Great Britain, open data leaders at the top of their field around the world – and all of whom are Canadian.
Read more at: http://opendatasummit.ca/news
Excitement is growing about the Canadian Open Data Summit on April 28th in Saint John, and you can hear it in the voices of the co-hosts, Nick Scott and Cathy Simpson.
Moncton: March 15, 2:00-3:30 at the Venn Centre
Saint John: March 16, 11-12 at ConnexionWorks
What is the New Brunswick Institute for Research Data and Training (NB-IRDT)? A solid-gold asset for New Brunswick. Given the growing local and national movement towards open data, this Institute at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton is a huge data asset to help solve some of the province’s most pressing problems.