Government of British Columbia’s Covid-19 app, which is aimed to protect silviculture employees, contractors and employers during COVID-19.
Alberta Health Services' Self-Assessment Tool helps citizens find trustworthy information about Covid-19 symptoms and what to do next.
Open source code for the Government of Nova Scotia’s Self Assessment Tool for COVID-19.
Open source code for the self-assessment tool for COVID-19 created by the Government of Ontario.
Open source code for the Government of Canada’s “Find financial help during COVID-19” tool.
GC Talent Reserve is a dedicated, single-window coordinated talent management tool for triaging digital and tech talent needs across the Government of Canada. It enables the flow of talent from areas of lower priority to areas of critical need, supported by data tracking and central coordination, offering departments a fast, efficient vehicle for sourcing qualified, available talent for a wide variety of needs and giving public servants a way to volunteer their skills where help is needed ...
If Ontarians (Canada) think they have coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has it, they can use this self-assessment to help determine how to seek further care.
In one week over 1 million Ontarians used the tool.
With the COVID-19 pandemic in full swing, many people are looking at a lot of free time stuck indoors. Avoid cabin fever and use that time to make a difference in your community and the fight against COVID-19 by joining CODEVID-19, a worldwide collaborative pandemic hackathon.
Our objective is to improve the quality of life of people during the pandemic! We believe faster, more effective and more available solutions/ideas/projects are preferred to slower, less useful and limited ones...
Canadians have kicked off a ‘caremongering’ trend, using localised Facebook groups in which people can post #ISO posts (‘in search of’ help requests), or #offer posts, enabling people to acquire important medical or household goods that they may not have been able to find for health or mobility reasons.
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