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Challenge your community to conserve energy—here’s how! – Canada

Public modes of transportation, like buses, trains or ridesharing, reduce the number of cars on the road, which in turn decre...

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Get youth engaged in government with these ideas and student giveaways – Canada

These ideas, coupled with student giveaways, can help educate young people about all the things their government does.

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Strategies to provide a better customer-focused online experience

According to a recent survey, more than 40 percent of citizens handle most of their government interactions digitally (PDF)...

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Strategies to provide a better customer-focused online experience – Canada

s more services move out of your offices and onto the internet, citizens will come to expect online interactions that simplif...

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How to plan a parade that’s one for the books

Whether you’re planning an entire parade or participating with your agency or department, we hope these tips and parade giv...

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How to plan a parade that’s one for the books – Canada

If you’re tasked with planning your agency’s parade entry—or the entire parade—here are several tips and some parade ...

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Make your neighborhoods shine with a community cleanup

Rolling up shirt sleeves for a community cleanup can have more than just a visual impact on your community. For example, a re...

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Make your neighbourhoods shine with a community cleanup – Canada

Cleaning up a community doesn’t just lower crime and add value to a neighbourhood, it also brings people together as they h...

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4 easy ways to reach younger constituents

Millennials, or those born between 1981 and 1996, are becoming essential stakeholders in many communities. They are a large, ...

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4 easy ways to reach younger constituents – Canada

As the first generation raised on technology, different methods must be used to engage Millennials.