Our customers: provinces and territories in Canada

Government bodies at every level use Delib tools to involve people in decision-making, online. Our digital platforms increase efficiency, effectiveness and ease, taking the stress out of consultation management and boosting public engagement. Across Canada, provinces have used Delib tools to engage citizens and stakeholders.

Newfoundland and Labrador

Government renewal Dialogue

Newfoundland and Labrador wanted public input on their Government Renewal Initiative. So they opened up an online Dialogue, inviting people to contribute their creative solutions and suggestions to help address ‘the unprecedented fiscal situation facing the province’.

Alongside a few deliberately comic contributions, they received hundreds and hundreds of genuine, insightful and interesting ideas and comments from members of the public across three separate challenges. These were collated into a comprehensive report which informed the administration's decision-making process.


"All Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are being asked to participate in the Government Renewal Initiative and help define the actions the Provincial Government will take. All of us can contribute ideas, suggestions and solutions to get the province back on track and working towards fiscal sustainability."

Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Alberta

Understanding public priorities for sport

The government of Alberta, Canada needed to renew the Alberta Sports Plan – a comprehensive strategy setting the government's priorities on amateur sport. The administration wanted to involve the public in this key decision-making activity.

They chose to use Priority Simulator to bring residents into a deliberative process, carefully evaluating the possible options before submitting their considered preferences. By the end of the two month consultation window, Alberta had garnered more than 4,500 responses from residents across the province.


"Simulator was an outstanding resource for us during our consultation. The tool allowed us to obtain priorities around a given set of parameters. The platform was all that we could have asked for and even more."

Executive Director of the Recreation and Physical Activity Division, Government of Alberta

Province of British Columbia

Difficult decisions to balance the books

British Columbia (BC) was facing a substantial budget deficit, necessitating tough choices in order to close the gaps. The government of BC wanted to engage the public in this difficult decision-making process about how to balance the books.

The government of BC used Simulator to improve their digital public engagement and to consult citizens on their budget. More than 1,500 people took part in the exercise within 24 hours of it going live, and more than 3,000 in total, providing the BC government with valuable insight into citizens' views on spending priorities.


"Delib have been quick, responsive, collaborative and made a challenging project under tight timelines come together smoothly and effectively."

Director of Communications, Government of British Columbia Ministry of Finance, Canada

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