The City of Regina strives to make information more readily available to the public through its Open Government Program. Open Government consists of three pillars: Open Data, Open Information and Open Engagement.
City of Regina Open Data provides the public with “self-serve” access to City data and information for download or viewing in different formats, allows you to do simple data analysis, mapping and chart creation. Information gathered from the City of Regina Open Data site can be used to develop applications. If you developed an app using our data, let us know and we can share it. Take a moment and check out the apps already developed.
The City of Regina proactively discloses internal records that are likely to be of interest to the general public as well as certain records that have been requested through the Freedom of Information process. All records are managed in accordance with The Local Authority Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. For more information on privacy and access to information click here or contact email@example.com.
Open Engagement provides the public with a platform for open dialogue. The City of Regina uses YouTube, Facebook , and Twitter to provide up-to-date and relevant information to citizens. Citizens can also comment, post and interact with us using these tools.
The Open Government Licence is based on version 2.0 of the Open Government Licence – Canada, developed through public consultation and collaborative efforts by provincial and federal governments. Changes to the Canada licence include: jurisdiction, name of the public body, and unique references to Open Data and Open Information which are pillars of the City of Regina's Open Government Program.
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