Articles By Melanie Collison

Across generations

Across generations

For Coquitlam-Port Moody, the surprise of a portal is how well it brings people face-to-face. Adults who might shy from...

April 4th, 2005 Melanie Collison
Serving citysoup

Serving citysoup

Municipalities often struggle with infrastructure gaps — the difference between needed investment and the funds available for arenas, bridges, sewers...

April 4th, 2005 Melanie Collison
Tracking disease

Tracking disease

Health Canada is a step closer to establishing an electronic health record for every Canadian. The federal overseer of public...

September 14th, 2004 Melanie Collison
Balancing privacy and security

Balancing privacy and security

At a recent Institute of Public Administration of Canada panel discussion on privacy of information, the moderator stood up and...

October 4th, 2001 Melanie Collison
Governments warned of potholes in the road ahead to e-government

Governments warned of potholes in the road ahead to e-government

From coast to coast to coast, the advantages of e-government are capturing the imagination of public service workers and appeasing...

September 30th, 2001 Melanie Collison
Going global

Going global

Driven by the notion that technology erases all boundaries in the global economy, energetic little Grande Prairie is catapulting itself...

March 31st, 2001 Melanie Collison
Putting Calgary on the Map

Putting Calgary on the Map

Installing GIS across the whole enterprise "is not for the meek," says Audrey Stamm, Computing Support Analyst, Assessment Services Division...

January 31st, 2001 Melanie Collison