Category Archives: Canada

Government 2.0: Building an Online Democracy

Don Tapscott, coauthor of Wikinomics, spoke on NPR’s Talk of the Nation this afternoon about Internet projects intended to engage citizens more fully in participatory democracy. According to the NPR blurb, “He says the Internet can make government more open, … Continue reading

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Out from Under: Canadian Disability History

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto is presenting an exhibit April 17- July 13 exploring Canadian disability history. “A display of 13 diverse objects reveals a rich and nuanced history that pays tribute to the resilience, creativity, and the … Continue reading

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Café Mouffe: Jane Bunnett

Set 1: Jane Bunnett with Hilario Duran and Frank Emilio. 1997. Montreal International Jazz Festival. This week Café Mouffe has an opportunity to preview a jazz artist who appears tonight just a few blocks away. Jane Bunnett with Spirits of … Continue reading

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Flaneur’s Gallery: Alex Colville

Alex Colville. To Prince Edward Island. [Source: Library and Archives Canada] Summer will come, and with it blue skies and open water.

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