October 03 2019

All About Energy in Calgary

Local energy and data visualization experts will share stores in a lightning round of rapid presentations. The wide variety of thought-provoking topics will include: solar energy potential in Canada, the importance of art in visual data, technological innovation in the energy, and more.

Join us at the Calgary Public Library from 6pm - 7:30pm in the Patricia A. Whelan Performance Hall. No registration required.
October 16 2019

Co-Design Session, Vancouver BC

We are holding workshops in cities across the country to talk to residents of Canada about how they share, use and understand information around them. Participants will be offered short, game-like activities to do with each other and a trained facilitator from our team. Workshops are paid sessions, 3 hours in length with several participants attending in-person.



Participants will be required to sign consent form, media release form, and paid $50 an hour for this session, totaling $150 in compensation. Please join us on this journey!



Please sign up here:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/code-for-canada-in-person-co-design-session-with-canada-energy-regulator-tickets-76174603289.



If this event is waitlisted, we invite you to join the conversation by submitting an idea here: https://www.cerdialogue.ca/c4c-regdocs/brainstormers/co-design.



More dates and locations to be confirmed.




October 2019

Software Testing

We are connecting with Plato Testing to conduct testing on our designs created from your feedback, to improve and learn from how to be serve the needs of Indigenous communities across Canada.

Learn more: http://www.platotesting.com/about.

Stay tuned for updates!

October 17 2019

Co-Design Session, Toronto, ON

We are holding workshops in cities across the country to talk to residents of Canada about how they share, use and understand information around them. Participants will be offered short, game-like activities to do with each other and a trained facilitator from our team. Workshops are paid sessions, 3 hours in length with several participants attending in-person.



Participants will be required to sign consent form, media release form, and paid $50 an hour for this session, totaling $150 in compensation. Please join us on this journey!



Please sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/code-for-canada-in-person-co-design-session-with-canada-energy-regulator-tickets-76172850045.



If this event is waitlisted, we invite you to join the conversation by submitting an idea here: https://www.cerdialogue.ca/c4c-regdocs/brainstormers/co-design.



More dates and locations to be confirmed.




October 29 2019

Remote Co-Design Session

We are holding workshops in cities across the country to talk to residents of Canada about how they share, use and understand information around them. Participants will be offered short, game-like activities to do with each other and a trained facilitator from our team. Workshops are paid sessions, 3 hours in length with several participants attending in-person.



Participants will be required to sign consent form, media release form, and paid $50 an hour for this session, totaling $150 in compensation. Please join us on this journey!



Please sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/code-for-canada-remote-co-design-session-with-canada-energy-regulator-tickets-76175120837.



If this event is waitlisted, we invite you to join the conversation by submitting an idea here: https://www.cerdialogue.ca/c4c-regdocs/brainstormers/co-design.



More dates and locations to be confirmed.




November 2019

Software Testing

We are connecting with Plato Testing to conduct testing on our designs created from your feedback, to improve and learn from how to be serve the needs of Indigenous communities across Canada. 

:Learn more: http://www.platotesting.com/about.

Stay tuned for updates!

November 2019

Datathon at Statistics Canada, Ottawa

We are partnering with the CANDEV team and the StatCan Professionals Network aim to provide postsecondary students with the opportunity to learn about new technologies, develop solutions on concrete business cases, and share their work with the community.
The series of data challenges organized by Statistics Canada revolves around data. Each participating team will be tasked with solving a business problem related to the management or analysis of information in an increasingly digital world. The Canada Energy Regulator will be in attendance to continue this exploration of our regulatory database!


Date to be confirmed. https://www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/wtc/candev.
January 2020

Software Testing

We are connecting with Plato Testing to conduct testing on our designs created from your feedback, to improve and learn from how to be serve the needs of Indigenous communities across Canada. 

Learn more: http://www.platotesting.com/about.

Stay tuned for updates !

January 2020

Datathon at Statistics Canada, Montreal

We are partnering with the CANDEV team and the StatCan Professionals Network aim to provide postsecondary students with the opportunity to learn about new technologies, develop solutions on concrete business cases, and share their work with the community. The series of data challenges organized by Statistics Canada revolves around data. Each participating team will be tasked with solving a business problem related to the management or analysis of information in an increasingly digital world. The Canada Energy Regulator will be in attendance to continue this exploration of our regulatory database! Date to be confirmed. https://www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/wtc/candev.
January 2020

Co-Design Session, Inuvik

We are holding workshops in cities across the country to talk to residents of Canada about how they share, use and understand information around them. Participants will be offered short, game-like activities to do with each other and a trained facilitator from our team.

Workshops are paid sessions, 2-3 hours in length with several participants attending in-person or remotely. Outcomes from these workshops help designers on our product team understand how to present information in ways that are simple, clear and relevant to the lives of people across Canada.

Date to be confirmed.
February 13 → February 14 2020

5th Annual Digitization in Oil and Gas Canada Conference

The 5th Annual Digitization in Oil and Gas Canada Conference, hosted by the Canada Energy Network, will share key trends and opportunities in the market pertaining to Canadian IoT in Oil and Gas, understand recent regulations and strategies that have been put in place, discuss key solutions for major existing challenges and showcase most recent technologies in the market. 

Here, we will present on how the Canada
Energy Regulator is working with Code for Canada. You can learn about Code for Canada Fellows and how they are redesigning the CER’s
regulatory database (
https://apps.cer-rec.gc.ca/REGDOCS/).
They will share prototypes, progress on the co-design process that you have been a part of, and how the Canada Energy Regulator is embracing digital transformation, inclusively. 

Learn more: https://www.iotinoilandgas-canada.com/

December 2019

More Dates To Be Announced