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Three Things We’ve Learned From Stakeholder Engagement


Over the past 10 months, Canada Beyond 150 participants have worked on 2 goals:

  1. Experimenting with new ways to develop policy;
  2. Learning to co-create and engage with a diverse spectrum of partners during early stages of policy development.

This will bring a positive cultural shift in the public service, and forward-looking insights into some of the most pressing issues facing the Canadian public policy environment.

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Policy Horizons Canada, also referred to as Horizons, is an organization within the federal public service that conducts strategic foresight on cross-cutting issues that informs public servants today about the possible public policy implications over the next 10-15 years.

Accounting for Intangibles: Experience with Engagement


As an accountant and an auditor, my world is made of rules, roadmaps, and quantifiable, measurable inputs. Canada Beyond 150, however, did not give me clarity of direction; it gave me a sandbox to play in. It would be an understatement to say I was uncomfortable at the beginning of the project; I did not know what tools in this new sandbox were best to pick up and experiment with. At first this seemed like every accountant’s nightmare made real. However, it became quickly apparent that CB150 gave me a platform to engage people in a way that was entirely new to me.

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Reshmeena Lalani CPA, CA is an accountant who has a keen interest in public policy. She worked with KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers prior to joining the public service in 2014. Read more »

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