Help Develop Canada’s 2025–2029 National Action Plan on Open Government

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About Open Government

Open government means the government is transparent with information and accountable for decisions. It also means people are involved in making decisions. To do this, the government works with people, communities, businesses, and civil society.

Open government is based on the principles of transparency, accountability and public participation. Transparency means sharing the government’s data and information and making it easier for people to access them. Accountability means holding government responsible for their actions and decisions. Public participation means involving people in decisions about government policies and programs.

The Government of Canada is committed to being open.


About this consultation

The Government of Canada continually renews its approach to open government. We are now collecting insights from the public. These insights will help shape Canada’s next National Action Plan on Open Government 2025–2029 (NAP).

This is a chance for you to share your ideas and stories, and what matters to you most in open government. You can do so by completing the questionnaire below, participate in the Idea Board that you can access below and/or by submitting your ideas by email.

Phase 1 of the consultation will run until May 17, 2024.

The Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat is committed to respecting the privacy of participants. All information created, held or collected by the department is protected by the Privacy Act. For more information on the Government of Canada’s Policy on Privacy Protection, consult the privacy notice.

About Open Government

Open government means the government is transparent with information and accountable for decisions. It also means people are involved in making decisions. To do this, the government works with people, communities, businesses, and civil society.

Open government is based on the principles of transparency, accountability and public participation. Transparency means sharing the government’s data and information and making it easier for people to access them. Accountability means holding government responsible for their actions and decisions. Public participation means involving people in decisions about government policies and programs.

The Government of Canada is committed to being open.


About this consultation

The Government of Canada continually renews its approach to open government. We are now collecting insights from the public. These insights will help shape Canada’s next National Action Plan on Open Government 2025–2029 (NAP).

This is a chance for you to share your ideas and stories, and what matters to you most in open government. You can do so by completing the questionnaire below, participate in the Idea Board that you can access below and/or by submitting your ideas by email.

Phase 1 of the consultation will run until May 17, 2024.

The Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat is committed to respecting the privacy of participants. All information created, held or collected by the department is protected by the Privacy Act. For more information on the Government of Canada’s Policy on Privacy Protection, consult the privacy notice.

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