🚨 We’re hosting an in-person learning opportunity in Regina with Keith Comstock and you’re invited!🚨
✨ Topic: Policy Development and Implementation
✨ Date: Monday, January 30, 2023
✨ Time: 10:00AM – 11:30AM
✨ Location: Room 308 – College Avenue Campus (2155 College Ave)
✨ Register: Email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your registration
By the end of this workshop, you will:
✔️ Have a better understanding of the modern complexities of policy
✔️ Be familiar with the Policy Cycle and how it links to other cycles
✔️ Have examined various approaches to policy design and their benefits
✔️ Have been introduced to best practices in successful policy implementation
Workshop Overview: We literally eat, drink and breathe public policy. Public policy determines the quality of the air we breathe and the water we drink. It affects the food we eat – how it is harvested, where it is distributed and sold, and how much we pay for it. It controls the way in which we monitor the safety of the water supply.
Public policy sets limits on air emissions. Transportation is governed by a variety of public policies, most of which are concerned with the safety of travelers. It determines the components of Canada’s tax regime – which combines income, sales and payroll taxes – and their respective levels. These are only a few examples of how public policy affects us both profoundly and pervasively. It influences virtually every aspect of our lives – including sport, culture and recreation services at every level.
We will be recording this in-person session and sharing it here.
Don’t miss out—limited seating available!
About Keith: Keith joined Saskatchewan’s public service in 1979 — his career included many years of direct community development work and stints as the province’s lead on the cultural industries file, as manager of Municipal Affairs Legislation and Regulation, as Executive Director of Strategy and Sector Relations and 8 years as the Assistant Deputy Minister of Government Relations. Keith is an Honorary Life Member of SARP.