In March of 2021, we were proud to announce that Ethelo is a B Corp, and in April, Ethelo was named the world’s leading digital democracy platform. And the good news doesn't stop there! Just a few.
There is a widespread and growing acknowledgement of the negative impact polarization, disinformation, and mistrust have taken on democracies in Canada and around the world. The growth of populism.
Across Canada, many people are eager to learn how to be good allies to Indigenous peoples and many local governments are exploring ways to collaborate with neighbouring First Nations.
Across North America, municipal leaders are grappling with how to turn the energy of protesters in the streets calling for police reform into tangible policy changes that will meet the needs of a.
It's 2021. How will you be going about your budget consultations this fall? If you're like most city staff out there, you're probably still not sure.
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For the second year in a row, Ethelo is proud to be at the top of a new report ranking the biggest players in the digital democracy industry.
For Immediate Release: April 20, 2021 A major report released today outlined key budget recommendations from a coast-to-coast public engagement process. The findings of the report were shared in a.