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IPAC Impact is an IPAC Edmonton Regional Group initiative, bringing pracademics together to discuss politics, policy, and public administration.
IPAC Impact is an IPAC Edmonton Regional Group initiative, bringing pracademics together to discuss politics, policy, and public administration.

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Early Childhood Education and Care Reform in Canadian Provinces: Understanding the Role of Experts and Evidence in Policy Change
L. A. White and S. Prentice Summary: there are robust policy reasons for implementing full-day
kindergarten, but it should designed as one element in a broader early years
strategy. Three facts to know: 1. Currently, BC, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New
Br...

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Funding Policies and the Nonprofit Sector in Western Canada
There is mounting fiscal and accountability pressure across Western Canada to create program efficiencies and align policies to increase effectiveness, particularly in relation to the delivery of community human services by nonprofit agencies. At the same t...

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The Myths and Realities of Digital Public Administration in Canada
The transformative nature of the
Internet has ushered the world into a new era of digital public administration.
Today, our world has been revolutionized by digital technology (the Internet,
social media, and smartphones). It has changed our conception of s...

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The Council of the Federation: Effectiveness in Intergovernmental Institutions
By Megan Semaniuk The Council of the Federation (COF) meets twice a year to discuss issues of importance to Canadians, identify possible solutions, and share best practices. The following were some lessons learned from a recent analysis of communiqués from ...

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The Council of the Federation: Effectiveness in Intergovernmental Institutions
By Megan Semaniuk The Council of the Federation (COF) meets twice a year to discuss issues of importance to Canadians, identify possible solutions, and share best practices. The following were some lessons learned from a recent analysis of communiqués from ...

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Building our Future: Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders
Neetu Sharma Three myths about developing talent in the
public service: Myth #1: The types of public service leaders we need today are
the same types we’ll need   tomorrow .  Reality: The increasingly dynamic and complex
environment in government requires p...

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Regulating the Sharing Economy
We hope you’ll join us on
Monday for a discussion on the issues and potential challenges of regulating
the sharing economy. Dr. Robert Murray will be speaking at this session along
with Darren Thomas and Nancy Jacobsen. We caught up Dr. Murray to get his
pe...

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Café Pracademique Announcement
Introducing Café Pracademique: A Forum for Developing Concrete Solutions to Pressing Public Policy  Challenges Café Pracademique is the newest initiative of IPAC Edmonton. It aims to mobilize knowledge by uniting  practitioners, academics and citizens to de...

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Do You Know What it Takes to Become a Leader?
Andy Stuart In defining leadership, experts regularly publish articles focusing on the most important traits of leaders. However, in this discourse, a significant gap exists on the various processes and activities one engages in to become a leader. To becom...
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