Posts Tagged 'government'

Documentary: The City that Fun Forgot (?)

I came across this documentary and had to share.

I live in Ottawa, which is Canada’s national capital. Thought a city of almost 1 million people, it lacks a vibrancy or energy that a city this size should have.

This documentary examines how external perceptions (i.e., the residents carrying the blame for actions of government) and governmental culture have shaped Ottawa’s self-identity as well as how others are seeking to change it, even if it means more underground means.

Speaking at Social Media Conference (Sept. 27-30, Ottawa)

I’ll be presenting a case study on how government used both traditional and social media to promote the Paul Yuzyk Award for Multiculturalism at the Social Media for Government conference in Ottawa, which takes place September 27-30. My presentation is scheduled for September 29 at 3:50.

Full information on the conference can be found at: http://www.aliconferences.com/conf/social_media_govt_canada0910/index.htm

If you mention my name when registering, you’ll receive a $400 discount.


Upcoming Appearances

Taking a break for the rest of 2016. Look for me at the next Ottawa ChiSeries (date TBD)and Ad Astra in 2017.
ChiSeries Ottawa Presents: Tanya Huff, Amal El-Mohtar, & Kate Heartfield
Host
Oct. 18, 2016
Patty Boland's
101 Clarence Street in the Market
Ottawa, ON

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