Ipsos Reid explores how Canadians felt about public consultations in general and how they want to participate in the consultative process.
Vancouver’s Pop-Up City Hall was a first step in exploring new ways for the City to engage with its residents.
Getting people to engage isn’t easy—online or off. Here are ten barriers to online engagement and some strategies to overcome them.
PlaceSpeak 2.0 is the next iteration of the location-based platform that authenticates public input providing verifiable evidence to inform public policy and decision-making.
Community engagement will benefit immensely when integrated with a broader social media strategy. Here are 7 quick tips from Government Technology on how organizations, and particularly governments can improve their social media engagement with residents.
TransLink has developed a full, inclusive set of principles for community engagement to apply to all its plans and projects.
At it’s core, public consultation is based on the belief that those who are affected by a decision have a right to be involved in the process.
Engaging in public consultation that inspires trust, confidence and collaboration is crucial to the long-term success of our communities in the 21st century.
When the City didn’t host a focus group on a proposed development in the Marpole neighborhood, residents stepped up and held their own.
PlaceSpeak is an online community-consultation platform that connects people’s online identities to the real world.