• Open Dialogue on Open Government

    L'Ardoise (@ Four Points Sheraton, Hull)

    • What we'll do The Topic Participate in the national dialogue supporting the development of Canada’s Plan on Open Government[masked]. We will explore questions such as: what the idea of open government means to you, what issues you think would most benefit from increased collaboration and between government and citizens, and how participation and transparency can lead to more effective public decisions and outcomes. Representatives from Treasury Board Secretariat will provide a brief update on federal open government initiatives and facilitate a conversation to help shape Canada’s next plan on open government. The Speaker Thom Kearney is Senior Project Officer, Chief Information Officer Branch of the Treasury Board of Canada. Put yourself in the picture IAP2 Third Tuesdays are about learning from one another. We balance panelist presentations with participant discussion because we know that everyone has experience and a unique perspective to bring to the subject matter. We also provide time for people to mix and mingle - before the event and after the event. So, come out and meet others who share your interest in open government, join the conversation, share what you know and learn more. Agenda 5:30 - 6PM Registration and mix and mingle 6PM Presentation on federal Open Government initiatives 6:20 - 7:15 Conversation to help shape the next plan on open government 7:15 - ? Mix and mingle About IAP2 Third Tuesday #3tYOW IAP2 Third Tuesday #3tYOW is a speaker series focusing on citizen engagement and public participation in the era of social media. It brings together two communities: • the members of the International Association for Public Participation. IAP2 members include researchers and P2 practitioners from both government and the private sector • the members of the Third Tuesday community. Third Tuesday members have been meeting since 2006 to hear from leading edge speakers and to discuss the impact of social media on our relationship with institutions and society. The outcome of these sessions is a cross pollination of thinking between two areas of expertise that supports better practices and increased citizen engagement. Free for students If you're a student who is interested in this topic, we want you to be able to attend, meet others interested in the area, and learn from the speakers and the attendees. Our hashtag is #3tYOW. • What to bring • Important to know

  • A Made in Canada Approach to Digital Identity

    The Red Lion

    CA$10.00

    The Topic Our lives have become digital. The majority of services that we now consume are mediated through our digital devices – our computers, our mobile phones, and digital assistants that exist in the cloud, available wherever we go. Digital services need to know who we are – that is, our digital identity. What was once viewed as a simple username and password has now evolved into our ongoing digital presence that promises to provide us with efficiency and convenience. How we approach digital identity as a country can be fraught with privacy issues, security implications, and how we interact as a society at large. This presentation will provide an insight on the Canadian perspective on digital identity - from the public and private sector perspective. The presentation will also cover how our values as Canadians values are shaping the digital identity infrastructure of the future. The Speaker Tim Bouma is a Senior Policy Analyst for the Government of Canada’s Chief Information Officer Branch. Tim’s area of focus is digital identity and is responsible for the development of Treasury Board policy instruments related to identity management. Tim is also a key contributor to the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework, a collaborative effort with the private sector, to develop a standards-based approach to digital identity for all Canadians. Put yourself in the picture IAP2 Third Tuesdays are about learning from one another. We balance panelist presentations with participant discussion because we know that everyone has experience and a unique perspective to bring to the subject matter. We also provide time for people to mix and mingle - before the event and after the event. So, come out and meet others who share your interest in open government, join the conversation, share what you know and learn more. Agenda 5:30 - 6PM Registration and mix and mingle 6PM Panel discussion 6:45 - 7:15 Participant questions and answers 7:15 - ? Mix and mingle About IAP2 Third Tuesday #3tYOW IAP2 Third Tuesday #3tYOW is a speaker series focusing on citizen engagement and public participation in the era of social media. It brings together two communities: • the members of the International Association for Public Participation. IAP2 members include researchers and P2 practitioners from both government and the private sector • the members of the Third Tuesday community. Third Tuesday members have been meeting since 2006 to hear from leading edge speakers and to discuss the impact of social media on our relationship with institutions and society. The outcome of these sessions is a cross pollination of thinking between two areas of expertise that supports better practices and increased citizen engagement. Our hashtag is #3tYOW. Free for students If you're a student who is interested in this topic, we want you to be able to attend, meet others interested in the area, and learn from the speakers and the attendees. Just present your student ID at registration and we will refund your registration fee.

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  • Open Government and Public Engagement: Getting our bearings

    The Red Lion

    CA$10.00

    2017 is Canada's year for Open Government This is a big year for Open Government in Canada. Not only has Canada adopted its Third Biennial Plan for Open Government, but Canada has been invited to joint the Open Government Partnership Steering Committee. A panel of experts Three leaders in the Federal Open Government community will join us at the next IAP2 Third Tuesday: • Laura Wesley, Executive Director, Consultations and Public Engagement, Privy Council Office • Melanie Robert, Executive Director, Open Government and Information Management, Treasury Board Secretariat • Dhurata Ikonomi, Acting Executive Director, Community of Federal Regulators The Topic They will help us get our bearings on the current state of Open Government and Public Engagement. Questions we hope to explore include: What have been the biggest Open Government accomplishments of the past year? • What are the next things we need to do to advance Open Government? • How does Public Engagement fit into our Open Government plans? • Are Public Engagement and Open Dialogue the same thing? How do Public Engagement and Open Dialogue relate to one another? • How should we define success in Public Engagement and Open Dialogue? • What are the biggest challenges to be tackled in moving forward on Open Dialogue? Put yourself in the picture IAP2 Third Tuesdays are about learning from one another. We balance panelist presentations with participant discussion because we know that everyone has experience and a unique perspective to bring to the subject matter. We also provide time for people to mix and mingle - before the event and after the event. So, come out and meet others who share your interest in open government, join the conversation, share what you know and learn more. Agenda 5:30 - 6PM Registration and mix and mingle 6PM Panel discussion 6:45 - 7:15 Participant questions and answers 7:15 - ? Mix and mingle About IAP2 Third Tuesday #3tYOW IAP2 Third Tuesday #3tYOW is a speaker series focusing on citizen engagement and public participation in the era of social media. It brings together two communities: • the members of the International Association for Public Participation. IAP2 members include researchers and P2 practitioners from both government and the private sector • the members of the Third Tuesday community. Third Tuesday members have been meeting since 2006 to hear from leading edge speakers and to discuss the impact of social media on our relationship with institutions and society. The outcome of these sessions is a cross pollination of thinking between two areas of expertise that supports better practices and increased citizen engagement. Our hashtag is #3tYOW.

  • Engaging with Indigenous Peoples

    The Red Lion

    CA$10.00

    The boss calls you into the office and informs you that you need to engage with some local indigenous peoples. You don’t know it yet but you are sure the battle for middle earth is triggered in Indigenous engagement. What should you do? Where should you start? Join us for this IAP2 Third Tuesday on Indigenous engagement. At this session we will discuss: • How to engage in a respectful and effective way • How to build organizational support for engagement • hints and tips for when you’re in meetings • What to say and not say when working on engagement • How to tell if your consultation is going well • Dealing with difficult questions when at meetings Our speaker Bob Joseph (https://twitter.com/wewap), President and Founder of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc (http://www.ictinc.ca) has provided training designed to help people work effectively with Indigenous Peoples since 1994. His Canadian clients include all levels of Government, Fortune 500 companies, Financial Institutions, including the World Bank, small and medium sized corporate enterprises, and, in past, provided training for trainers for Indigenous Peoples. He has worked internationally for clients in the United States, Guatemala, Peru, and New Caledonia in the South Pacific. In 2006, Bob co-facilitated a worldwide Indigenous Peoples roundtable in Switzerland which included participants from the United Nations, Australia, New Zealand, North, Central and South America, Africa, and the Philippines. Bob has a background in business administration, is a certified master trainer, and is a former associate professor at Royal Roads University in Indigenous Corporate Relations program. Bob is an Indigenous person, or more specifically a status Indian, and is a member of the Gwawaenuk Nation. The Gwawaenuk is one of the many Kwakwaka’wakw tribes located between Comox and Port Hardy on Vancouver Island and the adjacent mainland of British Columbia. He comes from a proud potlatch family and is an initiated member of the Hamatsa Society and son of a hereditary chief who will one day, in accordance with strict cultural laws, become a hereditary chief. Agenda 5:30 - 6PM Registration and mix and mingle 6PM Presentation by Bob Joseph 6:45 - 7:15 Participant questions and answers 7:15 - ? Mix and mingle About IAP2 Third Tuesday IAP2 Third Tuesday is a speaker series focusing on citizen engagement and public participation in the era of social media. It brings together two communities: • the members of the International Association for Public Participation. IAP2 members include researchers and P2 practitioners from both government and the private sector • the members of the Third Tuesday community. Third Tuesday members have been meeting since 2006 to hear from leading edge speakers and to discuss the impact of social media on our relationship with institutions and society. The outcome of these sessions is a cross pollination of thinking between two areas of expertise that supports better practices and increased citizen engagement.

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  • Open Government and Open Dialogue in 2017

    Location visible to members

    CA$10.00

    2016 was a big year for open government and open dialogue. It seemed that the federal government had at least a dozen significant public consultations open at any time. Ontario undertook a series of open government demonstration projects and joined the Open Government Partnership. And at the end of the year, both the Federal Government and Ontario were represented at the Open Government Partnership meeting in Paris. Now we look ahead to 2017. What lies ahead for open government and open dialogue? What are the biggest challenges that we must deal with? What are the opportunities for forward movement? How can we - as public engagement peers - leverage each-other efforts to increase public engagement across sectors and throughout Canada? Three experts in open government and open dialoguewill answer these questions at a special IAP2 Third Tuesday on February 1. Don Lenihan is Senior Associate, Policy and Engagement, at Canada 2020. He is an internationally recognized expert on public engagement, Open Government and democracy. In April 2016, Don completed a year-long assignment as Ontario’s principal advisor on the Open Dialogue project, which used four demonstration projects to test and develop a public engagement framework for the Government of Ontario. In 2014, Don led an Expert Group process for the UN and the OECD on public engagement models to support the post-2015 UN agenda on sustainable development. He also served as Chair of the Open Government Engagement Team for the Government of Ontario in 2014 – 15. Bruce Gilbert is the President of the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Canada. Over the past eight years, Bruce served as a member of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s (GNL) senior executive team. During this time, he worked as Assistant Deputy Minister of the Rural Secretariat [masked]) and as Assistant Deputy Minister of the Office of Public Engagement [masked]). In these roles, Bruce and his team focused on citizen and stakeholder engagement processes, the development of cross-sector partnerships, and community-based research efforts developed collaboratively with community, business, labour, academic and government actors. Kent Aitken is the[masked] Prime Ministers of Canada Fellow at the Public Policy Forum, studying and advising on governance in the digital age. He has spent the last three years researching public participation in governance and working in Open Government, and has been a board member for the Government Technology Exhibition and Conference (GTEC) and a deputy board member for the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Canada. This event is being produced in partnership with the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Canada. The admission fee will be refunded to any attendees who apply for IAP2 membership.

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  • Gini Dietrich says Spin Sucks

    Peter Devine's

    CA$20.00

    Our next Third Tuesday sees the return of one of our most popular speakers, Gini Dietrich (http://twitter.com/ginidietrich). Gini will be doing the Canadian launch of her new book, Spin Sucks (http://www.chapters.indigo.ca/books/spin-sucks-communication-and-reputation/9780789748867-item.html?ikwid=spin+sucks&ikwsec=Home), at Third Tuesday. We live in a world where content farms, Internet spiders, and fake accounts have the potential to ruin one’s experience online. It certainly would be easy – and quite possible to even make some quick money – by sitting back and gaming the systems. But, just like the Justice League, Gini prefers to fight evil with good. At Gini's Third Tuesday session, you’ll learn how to communicate honestly, responsibly, openly, and authentically…and truly earn the trust of your customers, stakeholders, investors, and communities. Gini will talk about what is wrong with: • Whisper campaigns; • Astroturfing; • Media manipulation; and • Unethical business practices. Then she’ll provide case studies on the organizations that are doing things ethically and responsibly…and winning. Bonus Every attendee will receive a copy of “Spin Sucks” when you check in at the event. So, you not only can hear and meet Gini Dietrich, you can get your copy of the book personally signed by the author. Agenda 5:30 p.m. Doors open, meet new and old friends 6:00 p.m. Presentation, followed by Q&A session 6:45 p.m. Community mix and mingle Thank you to our sponsors Third Tuesday is supported by great sponsors - Cision Canada (http://canada.cision.com) and Rogers Communications (http://rogers.com) - who believe in our community and help us to bring speakers not just to Toronto but to Ottawa as well. Without the sponsors we couldn't make Third Tuesday a truly Canadian affair. So, thank you to the sponsors of the Third Tuesday 2014 season: Cision Canada and Rogers Communications. We want students to be able to attend Third Tuesday is a great opportunity to hear about the latest developments in social media and to network with business and thought leaders. And we don't want students to miss out on this opportunity. So, if you are a student and would like to attend, don't let the admission fee stop you. Simply present your student ID card at the time you sign into Third Tuesday and we'll refund your admission fee, courtesy of Thornley Fallis. (http://thornleyfallis.com)

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  • Jesse Brown: In Defence of Independent and Impartial Journalism

    Peter Devine's

    CA$15.00

    When you open your morning newspaper or turn on the evening television news, do you expect to receive independent and impartial reporting on events from newspeople free of unacknowledged biases? This expectation was called into question over the past six weeks as it came to light that publicly-owned CBC allows both freelancers and full-time journalists to accept paid speaking engagements. And as the facts emerged, it became apparent that some of these speaking engagements were paid for by organizations being covered in the news. Both Rex Murphy and Peter Mansbridge have accepted paid speaking engagements from Canada's oil industry. And neither Mansbridge nor Murphy disclosed this when moderating or participating in discussions of energy policy, the oil sands development or the oil industry. This is important information that viewers should be aware of. But was it willingly disclosed by the CBC? Hardly. In fact, it only came to light thanks to the vigilance and persistence of a handful of bloggers and online news outlets. AGENDA: 5:30 p.m. Doors open, meet new and old friends 6:00 p.m. Presentation, followed by Q&A session 6:45 p.m. Community mix and mingle Jesse Brown (http://twitter.com/jessebrown) has been one of the most fearless pursuers of this story on both his Canadaland (http://canadalandshow.com/) podcast and blog. And Jesse will be joining us for a special Third Tuesday discussion of the important questions raised by these disclosures. • Is it reasonable to believe that a journalist can be influenced or biased because he or she accepts payment from companies or organizations for services provided outside of the journalist's main occupation? • How much transparency about outside financial payments to journalists is sufficient? How much is realistic and possible? • In a freelance economy, should we expect the same degree of disclosure from freelance journalists who must earn their living from a variety of sources? • Should news organizations enforce an outright ban on their journalists accepting payment from other sources or is disclosure of such payments sufficient? • What is the responsibility of the news organization to define standards for their journalists and what is the responsibility of the journalist as an individual? • Should a national broadcaster paid for by public funds be held to a higher standard of transparency than a private news organization? • What can we do when media outlets are slow to cover an issue in which they are directly involved? We will talk about these issues and more when Jesse Brown joins us at Third Tuesday. If you'd like to participate in the conversation, please register to attend. Thank you to our sponsors Third Tuesday is supported by great sponsors - Cision Canada (http://ca.cision.com/) and Rogers Communications (http://rogers.com/) - who believe in our community and help us to bring speakers not just to Toronto but to Ottawa, Calgary and Vancouver as well. Without the sponsors we couldn't make Third Tuesday a truly Canadian affair. So, thank you to the sponsors of the Third Tuesday[masked] season: Cision Canada and Rogers Communications. We want students to be able to attend Third Tuesday is a great opportunity to hear about the latest developments in social media and to network with business and thought leaders. And we don't want students to miss out on this opportunity. So, if you are a student and would like to attend, don't let the admission fee stop you. Simply present your student ID card at the time you sign into Third Tuesday and we'll refund your admission fee, courtesy of Thornley Fallis (http://thornleyfallis.ca/).

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  • The Human Side of Social Media Analytics with @JimSterne

    Heart and Crown

    CA$15.00

    The Human Side of Social Media Analytics and a New Metric for a Privacy Worried World Jim Sterne (http://www.targeting.com/about/about-jim-sterne.html), Founder, eMetrics Summit (http://www.emetrics.org/) and Co-Founder and current Chairman, Digital Analytics Association Technology captures data, stores it, crunches it and reports the results. But the analysis of that data is a human endeavor. Jim describes what it means to be a top notch analyst in a time when analytical prowess is a make-or-break career skill. This non-technical, non-mathematical session describes the role of the data detective rather than the data scientist and emphasizes the nature of enquiry, curiosity and communication. It's the short-course in how to become indispensable. As a bonus, Jim offers up a brand new marketing metric to measure how good are you at getting customers to accept being watched, tracked, stalked, collected, scrutinized, accumulated, analyzed and popped into a segmented cubbyhole. More about Jim Sterne (@JimSterne (https://twitter.com/jimsterne)) Jim Sterne has spent more than 20 years selling and marketing technical products. He began his career as a professional explainer, helping people understand Visicalc at a time when “personal computer” was an oxymoron. He successfully described sales order processing systems to people using hand-cranked tabulators. He was at the forefront of the Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tool revolution and has clarified the salient points of object-oriented programming to software engineers across the country. To top it all off Jim is a celebrated author with already five titles (http://www.amazon.com/Jim-Sterne/e/B000APGX7Y/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1) under his belt. AGENDA: 5:30 p.m. Doors open, meet new and old friends 6:00 p.m. Presentation, followed by Q&A session 6:45 p.m. Community mix and mingle Thank you to our sponsors Third Tuesday is supported by great sponsors - Cision Canada (http://ca.cision.com/) and Rogers Communications (http://rogers.com) - who believe in our community and help us to bring speakers not just to Toronto but to Ottawa, Calgary and Vancouver as well. Without the sponsors we couldn't make Third Tuesday a truly Canadian affair. So, thank you to the sponsors of the Third Tuesday[masked] season: Cision Canada and Rogers Communications. We want students to be able to attend Third Tuesday is a great opportunity to hear about the latest developments in social media and to network with business and thought leaders. And we don't want students to miss out on this opportunity. So, if you are a student and would like to attend, don't let the admission fee stop you. Simply present your student ID card at the time you sign into Third Tuesday and we'll refund your admission fee, courtesy of Thornley Fallis (http://thornleyfallis.ca).

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  • The Digital Road to Sochi with @CDNOlympicTeam Digital Manager Georgia Sapounas

    Location visible to members

    CA$15.00

    AGENDA: 5:30 p.m. Doors open, meet new and old friends 6:00 p.m. Presentation, followed by Q&A session 6:45 p.m. Community mix and mingle The Digital Road to Sochi Olympics From Olympic uniforms to sharing athletes’ stories, join us for a unique opportunity to hear about what it’s like to manage the Canadian Olympic Committee’s digital presence leading up to Sochi 2014. As the Canadian Olympic Committee’s Digital Manager, Georgia Sapounas @georgiasap (http://twitter.com/georgiasap) is responsible for creating and sustaining a great online fan experience, engaging fans on all digital and social properties, planning social media programs, launching digital innovation projects and working with external partners to implement digital and social initiatives. Georgia also managed the recent re-launch of the newly designed responsive site (Olympic.ca (http://olympic.ca)) that will be the go-to place for all Canadian Olympic Team @CDNOlympicTeam (http://twitter.com/cdnolympicteam) updates during the Sochi 2014 Games. More about Georgia Sapounas Georgia Sapounas had the privilege of traveling and competing on Canada’s National Synchronized Skating Team for eight years prior to starting her professional career in digital media. Her greatest accomplishment was becoming a four-time consecutive national champion and skating to a World bronze medal in Prague, 2006. As an athlete, it was only natural for Georgia to move forward in her post-athletic career and work in sport. Prior to her current role, Georgia worked in digital and social media at BMO Financial Group, OREA and lululemon athletica. She has a degree in Communication, Culture and Information Technology from the University of Toronto and a Diploma in Digital Communication from Sheridan College. Thank you to our sponsors Third Tuesday is supported by great sponsors - Cision Canada (http://ca.cision.com/) and Rogers Communications (http://rogers.com) - who believe in our community and help us to bring speakers not just to Toronto but to Ottawa, Calgary and Vancouver as well. Without the sponsors we couldn't make Third Tuesday a truly Canadian affair. So, thank you to the sponsors of the Third Tuesday[masked] season: Cision Canada and Rogers Communications. We want students to be able to attend Third Tuesday is a great opportunity to hear about the latest developments in social media and to network with business and thought leaders. And we don't want students to miss out on this opportunity. So, if you are a student and would like to attend, don't let the admission fee stop you. Simply present your student ID card at the time you sign into Third Tuesday and we'll refund your admission fee, courtesy of Thornley Fallis (http://thornleyfallis.ca).

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  • Mathew Ingram: Online Journalism: What's different? What's the same?

    Location visible to members

    CA$15.00

    The world of journalism and news media is dramatically different than it was five years ago. Today, digital media and traditional media simultaneously compete and feed one another in an evolving hybrid news ecosystem. What is each best at? What mistakes are being made? What lessons learned? And what are the factors we should be paying attention to as we try to understand what is driving news and business decisions today? Mathew Ingram (http://www.mathewingram.com/work/about/) will share his insight into these and other issues at the next Third Tuesday #3TYOW. Mathew is the embodiment of the revolution that is transforming journalism. He has experienced it first hand as he moved from traditional media as a technology writer and communities editor for Canada's leading daily newspaper, the Globe and Mail, to become a senior writer with GigaOm (http://gigaom.com/author/mathewingram/), an early pioneering digital media outlet. He's also one of the co-founders of Mesh (http://meshconference.com/), the seminal digital conference that inspired Third Tuesday. Today, Mathew is a must-read for people who follow and care about the evolution of online media. And he does this from Toronto. Go Canada! What can people who come to see Mathew at Third Tuesday expect? A few snippets to set the table: On the use of crowd sourced content by news outlets "By now, it should be obvious to just about anyone that “citizen journalism” or “user-generated content” is a crucial part of what the news has become, whether it’s a photo of a plane landing on the Hudson or a video of a bomb exploding in Boston. Unfortunately, the ways that media entities handle such content is all over the map — some give credit, while others take whatever they want without so much as a link. Do we need a formal structure to deal with this new reality?" http://paidcontent.org/2013/05/24/crowdsourcing-the-news-do-we-need-a-public-license-for-citizen-journalism/ On the shifting economics of newspapers "While prominent brands like the New York Times or those with targeted markets like the FT might be able to make the shift to subscriptions, many smaller newspapers simply won’t be able to make that transition, because they won’t have enough subscribers. So what happens to them? ... there is a very real risk — not just for the NYT or Financial Times, but even more so for smaller newspapers — that relying on subscription revenue will result in a much smaller number of readers and also a much smaller business overall. What will that mean for the journalism that such newspapers produce? What happens to the public impact and social benefits that newspapers have always argued they bring to the table? Do newspapers just become a new variation on the controlled-circulation newsletter?" http://gigaom.com/2012/08/03/crossing-the-newspaper-chasm-is-it-better-to-be-funded-by-readers Innovation: The upside of the deteriorating traditional business model for news "Since no one really knows what the future of digital media looks like, it’s worth experimenting with as many new things as possible — in part because the next new thing always starts out looking like a toy." http://paidcontent.org/2013/09/23/theres-one-good-thing-about-the-newspaper-industry-decline-more-innovation-is-happening/ On the value of comments "A blog without comments is a soap-box, plain and simple. Not having comments says you are only interested in passing on your wisdom, without testing it against any external source (at least not where others can watch you do so) or leaving open the opportunity to actually learn something from those who don’t have their own blogs, or aren’t on Twitter or Google+." http://gigaom.com/2012/01/04/yes-blog-comments-are-still-worth-the-effort/ On top of this, Mathew also authors a Twitter stream (http://twitter.com/mathewi) chock full of links to thought-provoking posts by others and his own reflections on them. It's well worth following. You can spend an evening with Mathew - at Third Tuesday Registration for Third Tuesday with Mathew Ingram is open now. AGENDA: 5:30 p.m. Doors open, meet new and old friends 6:00 p.m. Presentation, followed by Q&A session 6:45 p.m. Community mix and mingle Thank you to our sponsors Third Tuesday is supported by great sponsors - Cision Canada (http://ca.cision.com/) and Rogers Communications (http://ca.cision.com/) - who believe in our community and help us to bring speakers not just to Toronto but to Ottawa, Calgary and Vancouver as well. Without the sponsors we couldn't make Third Tuesday a truly Canadian affair. So, thank you to the sponsors of the Third Tuesday[masked] season: Cision Canada and Rogers Communications. We want students to be able to attend Third Tuesday is a great opportunity to hear about the latest developments in social media and to network with business and thought leaders. And we don't want students to miss out on this opportunity. So, if you are a student and would like to attend, don't let the admission fee stop you. Simply present your student ID card at the time you sign into Third Tuesday and we'll refund your admission fee, courtesy of Thornley Fallis (http://thornleyfallis.com).

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