It’s clear #elxn42 is the election hashtag of choice. So, is #fe42 a niche conversation, or a failed attempt at trailblazing by a government department?
Use of Twitter by Canadians to express and engage in political discourse (identified wth #cdnpoli) has grown significantly over the last few years.
C2G (and apps like it) is evolutionary and should come as no surprise. Meanwhile, Bill C-51 has given Canadians ample cause to be suspicious, so the scandal also comes as no surprise.
University of Saskatchewan professor Dr. Ken Coates talks about his new book, “#IdleNoMore and the Remaking of Canada.”
On this edition of the digital public affairs podcast, excerpts from the “Technology and politics in the 21st century” panel at #MNC2015.
Google’s Colin McKay summed up his one-hour GooglElection session in a single statement: “The Internet is outstripping what would traditionally be considered tactical media.”