ECG and its materials supported a wide variety of civic outreach and other projects 2004-2014. Its primary repository for public use was let.sysops.be - it was also extremely influential on various other large public wikis including Anarchopedia, Consumerium, openpolitics.ca and openingpolitics.org.uk. Legal research and process research was exhaustively updated  and served in various policy struggles:
- Toronto infrastructure investment 2003-11 especially under Mayor Miller
- Imagine Halifax civic outreach and community surveys, 2004
- Canadian municipal gas tax and infrastructure policy 2004-5 especially under Minister John Godfrey
- defense of Internet free political speech, i.e. Green cases, 2006-present 
- Fracking moratorium, New Brunswick, 2012-14
- Fracking moratorium, Nova Scotia, 2013-15
- Tar Sands resistance projects including defeating Keystone XL and Northern Gateway and (in progress) Energy East.
The wiki best practices and terminology developed during such citizen-led projects led to the ECG corpus which is particularly helpful in
- support-driven development (required for self-governance and five ins management)
- efficient infrastructure (particularly for First Nations and other native reserves)
- capital asset analysis (required for self-governance and sovereign control and prior informed consent)
Materials useful beyond Wabanaki Confederacy projects and updated by anyone (including anonymous trolls) are in general derived from ECG-licensed ones. They may not be republished or made public or shared beyond this wiki without prior permission of ECG. Most have various Creative Commons licenses, e.g. -nc-noderivs for core materials, -nc-sa for those intended to be shared, thus subcategories for each status are included.