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Policy Workshop – Internet Voting: What can Canada Learn?
January 26, 2010 at 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
|Location:||Senate Room (6th Floor) Robertson Hall|
A Comparative Assessment of Electronic Voting, prepared for Elections Canada by Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue (February 2010).
Une analyse comparative du vote électronique, préparé pour Elections Canada par le Dialogue transatlantique Canada-Europe (février 2010).
Opening Remarks By Rennie Molnar, Deputy Chief Electoral Officer, Electoral Events, Elections Canada
Panel I: Canadian Experiences with Internet Voting
Markham’s experience with Internet voting, By Kimberley Kitteringham, Town Clerk and Andrew Brouwer, Deputy Town Clerk, Town of Markham
Halifax’s experience with Internet voting, By Cathy Mellett, Acting Clerk/Manager, Halifax Regional Municipality
Peterborough’s experience with Internet voting, By John McKinstry, Sales Manager, Dominion Voting Systems
Panel II: European Experiences with Internet Voting
Overview of Internet voting in Europe, By Alexander Trechsel, European University Institute, Florence
Estonia’s experience with Internet voting, By Tarvi Martens, Development Director, Certification Centre, Estonia
The UK’s experience with Internet voting, Tom Hawthorn, The Electoral Commission
Panel III: Technical Considerations in Implementing Internet Voting
The Intelivote approach to delivering Internet voting (Halifax), By Dean Smith, President, Intelivote Systems Inc.
Proprietary and open-source software choices, By Jason Gallagher, Open Source Software Developer
For information about the workshop please contact Natasha Joukovskaia at email@example.com or at 613-520-2600 ext. 1179.
The workshop is organized by the Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue (CETD) in cooperation with Elections Canada. CETD is funded in part by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).