Canada’s Digital Policy Forum is a uniquely Canadian roundtable that focuses on issues in the area of high technology.
Our mission is to promote thoughtful public policies that advance the growth of technology and the digital economy in Canada.
Canada’s Digital Policy Forum (CDPF) is a new and unique roundtable that focuses on issues in the high technology space. CDPF’s mission is to promote public policies that advance the growth of technology and the digital economy in Canada.
CDPF facilitates routine discussions with members of the digital thought leadership community, and helps policymakers work through and understand stakeholder concerns and priorities. The organization’s goal is to promote thoughtful public policy solutions, and build cross-sector relations between industry, government, and civil society.
The Forum brings together parliamentarians, government officials, key opinion leaders and industry to:
The Forum adheres to a modified Chatham House Rules format whereby attendees are free to refer to information raised during the discussion, but asked to ensure the confidentiality of specific opinions. Subsequent to the meeting, a summary document containing policy recommendations will be developed and made available on our website.
This roundtable luncheon will stimulate important conversation, as well as enable participants to hear from Solveig Singleton, the author of the Macdonald Laurier Institute's new digital privacy paper. The issues under discussion could not be more timely, with the federal government recently unveiling its digital strategy and legislation that will have a major impact on businesses in the IT...Read More