Civic Hall Toronto events showcase examples of civic innovation, and provide opportunities for members to network, learn and work together. Some events are exclusive to members, while others are open to the public.
As government collects, analyzes and shares more data, how do we balance the need to open up public data with the need to protect sensitive information? Join us for the next instalment of our Monthly Member Event series on data to learn about Data Privacy and Access. Building on our Data 101 in Government and Data Visualization events, this event will cover the key principles, practices and examples of data privacy in the public sector. We’ll look at the differences…Find out more »
Technology is changing our cities like never before, but too often that technology is conceived, designed, and tested in a way that excludes broad swaths of society. Inspired by successful initiatives in Chicago and New York, Code for Canada launched GRIT (Gathering Residents to Improve Technology) Toronto in 2018. GRIT Toronto is a civic usability testing service that connects technology creators — including governments, startups and civic tech groups — with diverse and underrepresented communities to help test their products. A part of Code for…Find out more »
We're hosting a lunch to meet and network with members of the Code for Canada fellowship program! Find out more about what exciting projects fellows are working on. This event is for government members only. Please RSVP by emailing email@example.com.Find out more »
Civic Hall Toronto’s Office Hours happen every month in our collaboration space. They are an opportunity to connect with public servants about the issues you care about. Our office hours are open and are meant to create connections between people inside and outside government, so that we can share with and learn from each other. Staff from our government member teams will be available in person during this time, co-working from our space. Curious about what’s happening on a specific issue?…Find out more »