E-petitions are valuable tools in the digital public affairs toolbox. However, I continue to observe cases which challenge their credibility.
Can analyzing the accounts our political leaders follow reveal who they are as people? Twitter may just help us do a political personality assessment.
Treasury Board President Tony Clement on digital culture, the challenges of constraint-based communication and building bridges online.
Whitney Hoffman brings us up to date on strengthening her web presence, fundraising and debating, and how her social media community activities have helped prepare her for a run for office.
NDP MP and Science and Technology Critic Laurin Liu on becoming an MP at age 20, balancing personal and political online, and injecting an entrepreneurial spirit to her role as a Parliamentarian.
Minister of State for Sport, Bal Gosal, on his auspicious beginnings on Twitter, opportunities and opportunities lost on engaging content, and the power of Facebook.
NDP MP Françoise Boivin on social dynamics and why she prefers the deep relationship she shares with her Facebook “friends” rather than what she views as the impersonal experience of a Facebook Fan Page.
Industry Minister James Moore speaks at the Manning Centre conference about Canada’s digital economy, the digital policy his office is developing, and the digital preservation of Canadian history.
Alison Loat, co-founder and Executive Director of Samara, speaks about her upcoming book “Tragedy in the Commons,” and the insider view it shares from the people inside Canada’s federal political system.
Comscore’s 2014 Digital Future in Focus report contains a wealth of information for digital public affairs practitioners.
A winning campaign gets people excited about the opportunity the vision presents. It recognizes that people act more on emotion than logical arguments.
Everyone on Twitter has a first tweet. Check out these a look at the first tweets issued by federal party leaders, selected MPs and political journalists.