Photo and video from Canada 2020’s Global Energy Outlook 2015, featuring Ambassador Carlos Pascual from IHS, as well as a panel discussion with Tim McMillan (CAPP), Elyse Allan (GE Canada), Robert Johnston (Eurasia Group), Shawn McCarthy (Globe & Mail), and Don Newman (Canada 2020).
Long a continental supplier to the world’s erstwhile largest energy consumer (China passed the US in 2012), the Canadian oil and gas sector has been secured by the principle of “Alberta makes and the US takes.” However, this energy future has all been called into question by the plunge in global oil prices and the resulting “new normal” operating environment. Can it remain that by the end of this decade, Canadian oil and liquefied natural gas (LNG) will begin to flow away from the increasingly saturated US market to offshore markets, primarily in the high growth Asia-Pacific region?
As is the case for all other institutions, privacy protection in the Federal Public Service in the digital age has become an unprecedented challenge, in its importance as well as in its nature. Even experienced managers find themselves unequipped to deal with the convergence of two towering phenomena: an information technology that is wreaking havoc with all traditional patterns of data protection, and a public security environment that calls for the collection and analysis of personal information at an unprecedented rate.
Open Government is a new movement whereby governments around the world are making their vast data holdings available to the public to use in the development of new knowledge products, to support more evidence-based decision-making, and to make government more transparent. Here, Don Lenihan reports back on round-table discussions with members of the geomatics community exploring new tools for openness and transparency in its cross-country engagement process.
Photo & Video from Canada 2020’s half-day symposium on Aboriginal People and economic development, featuring keynotes from Perry Bellegarde and Mary Simon, conversations with the Right Honourable Paul Martin, and in-depth panel discussions with Aboriginal community and business leaders from across Canada.