#OGT14 – Week 3 Update


(NOTE: Before I was showing you my odometre reading…but, I completely forgot that I started my 2nd tripometre before I left Toronto. So, from hereonin, that is what I’ll be showing on the updates.) “I’ve got a feeling we’re not

#OGT14 – Week 2 Update

OGT14 - Odometre

“I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue.” “Artoo says that the chances of survival are 725 to 1″ “Woah.” ‘Great Scott!” “Baby steps through the office. Baby steps out the door….it works!!” Although the #OGT14 officially launched last

#OGT14 – Week 1 Update


“Call me Ishmael.” “All this happened, more or less.” “It was the best of times, it was the worst of the times…” “The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.” “There was no possibility of taking a

Canadian Open Data Institute connects our local open data communities

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The Canadian Open Data Institute (also known as CODI) is an organization that helps drive the open data ecosystem in Canada. Following the footsteps of the Open Data Institute in the United Kingdom, CODI has been connecting local open data

Sela Canada helps improve maternal outcomes for pregnant women without a fixed address

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Sela Canada took home the 2014 Microsoft Humanitarian Response Citizenship Award for their work with the My Baby and Me Passport, a tool to improve maternal and child health outcomes for young, pregnant homeless and marginally housed women. “We are deeply honored

HTML Toronto delivers open learning and technology to communities

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HTML Toronto is all about teaching and engaging people who want to learn about web technologies. It all started as a meetup group and  evolved into supporting the wider local community. The group continuously pushes the edge of HTML technology