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Community Data Canada Données sur les communautés canadiennes cdc-dcc.info. Working Group Meeting January 12, 2011 Ottawa, Canada. Agenda. Confirm notes of 15 Oct Working Group meeting ( http://www.cdc-dcc.info ) Review progress to-date and discussion of action to be taken, by objective:

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Community data canada donn es sur les communaut s canadiennes cdc dcc info

Community Data CanadaDonnéessur les communautéscanadiennescdc-dcc.info

Working Group Meeting

January 12, 2011

Ottawa, Canada


Agenda
Agenda

  • Confirm notes of 15 Oct Working Group meeting (http://www.cdc-dcc.info)

  • Review progress to-date and discussion of action to be taken, by objective:

    a. Communication: Website (http://www.cdc-dcc.info)

    b. Data Supply: Community Data Inventory (https://communitydata-donneescommunautaires.ca/node/6988)

    c. Data Supply: Preliminary TOR for a collaborative Report on Immigration in Canadian Cities

    d. Data Infrastructure: Demonstration of web-based data dissemination tools and data-sharing protocols (CCSD and FCM) (https://communitydata-donneescommunautaires.ca/; http://www.municipaldata-donneesmunicipales.ca/SCC/StateofCities.html)

    e. Communication: Strategy for engaging Provincial agencies

    3. Next Meeting: Toronto (Week of March 7-11, 2011)


Item 1 confirm notes of 15 oct working group meeting
Item 1. Confirm notes of 15 Oct Working Group meeting

  • Discussion of Governance Structure

  • Working Group Membership

  • Review Mission of Working Group

  • Presentation and Discussion of Work Plan Year 1

  • Next steps



Community data canada a vision and mission
Community Data Canada: A Vision and Mission

  • Vision: Canadian governments, organizations and Individuals enjoy access to administrative and survey data for small-area geographies across Canada and over time, corresponding to sub-provincial boundaries, such as regional health authorities, municipalities, and neighbourhoods.

  • Mission: Community Data Access is to be achieved using a common infrastructure, enhanced supply of small area administrative and survey data, and open communication among data users and providers.

  • Major Milestone: By March 2013 – or earlier - establishment of a permanent forum for collaboration among Canadian governments & community organisations in support of improved access to and use of small area data for decision making.



Objective 1 communication encourage communication between local small area data users and providers
OBJECTIVE 1 COMMUNICATION be takenEncourage communication between local/small area data users and providers


OBJECTIVE 2 DATA SUPPLY be takenExpand the amount of data from multiple sources available to answer relevant questions


Objective 3 data infrastructure support a common infrastructure that makes data more accessible
OBJECTIVE 3 DATA INFRASTRUCTURE be takenSupport a common infrastructure that makes data more accessible.



Item 3 next meeting
Item 3. Next Meeting puzzle

  • Plan for a larger face-to-face roundtable meeting in Toronto

  • Week of March 7-11, 2011

  • Extend an invitation to some provincial government departments. E.g. Quebec, NB, Ontario, Manitoba.


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