This is what we have heard in response to our online consultation question 7: "Do you have suggestions on how the Government of Canada could improve how it consults with Canadians?"
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Use end-to-end online facilities and not interupt the process with a re-direction to a non-online media (having to phone or visit a department)- Don Fowler
Use MSM responsibly as many still read hardcopy papers. Ban attack ads by any party. Tell Canadians the truth.- Rog2011
The Government of Canada could improve its consultations with Canadians by making greater effective use of social media outlets currently available.- Shane O'Neill
Allow plebiscites and more direct democracy on important issues.- John
J'ai un moyen quelque peu extravagant et pour tout dire "( relevant de la science-fiction politiquement parlant )" et je l'ai imaginé premièrement pour un pseudo-gouvernement québécois qui avec une dette public de plus de $ 241 milliards n'a pas les moyens de sonder l'opinion des québécois avec des consultations publiques via le web ( cause : pas tous on un PC ) et les maisons de sondage privées ne font qu'effleurer un très petit pourcentage de la population du Québec.- Claude Verreault Jr