Looking for volunteers to participate on F-P/T work groups

Are you interested in learning more about the federal-provincial/territorial process around implementation of the Canadian Sport Policy? We are looking for additional sport sector representation on the following FPT work groups:   
  • CSP Collective Management
  • Good Governance
  • Government Policy for Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation
Time commitment will vary depending on the work group, however most work groups meet via teleconference and will plan one or possibly two face-to-face get-togethers over the next year.
 
Please let me know if you are interested in participating in one of these work groups by Friday, June 8th.
 
And, if you already put your name forward but have not heard from anyone, attached is an update on the status of the work groups and representatives. Not all work groups are up and running yet.
 
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Work group descriptions:
 
Promoting Good Governance 
F-P/T governments and sector leaders work to develop common strategies on how best to promote good governance in sport organizations in a manner that maximizes efficiencies and aligns NSO and P/TSO practices.
 
F-P/T Government Policy for Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation
F-P/T governments and sport, physical activity and recreation sector representatives develop recommendations for promoting the common elements of the Canadian Sport Policy, Let’s Get Moving: A Common Vision for Physical Activity in Canada and the Framework for Recreation in Canada for the benefit of community-based organizations and their leadership activities. 
 
CSP Collaborative Management
To monitor implementation of the F-P/T Priorities for Collaborative Action, and other means to contribute to implementing the Canadian Sport Policy, over the period 2017-2022. To contribute to CSP continuity and sustaining momentum through deliberation and planning related to the CSP Summative Evaluation and a potential renewal process for CSP 2012. To promote continued engagement of the sport and related sectors in CSP processes for the betterment of sport throughout Canada.