Tuesday, June 26, 2007


datalibre.ca is a new blog urging governments to make data about canada and canadians free and accessible to citizens.

Description from the blog:
datalibre.ca is a group blog, inspired by civicaccess.ca, which believes all levels of Canadian governments should make civic information and data accessible at no cost in open formats to their citizens. The data is collected using Canadian tax-payer funds, and we believe use of the data should not be restricted to those who can afford the exorbitant fees.

Thanks to Olivier Charbonneau on ::culturelibre.ca::.

This post is part of the Canadian Leadership in the Open Access Movement series.

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