Policy / Legislative Development & Review
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Policy / Legislative Development & Review

DPRA Canada provides policy and legislative advice and assistance to the public sector at the federal, provincial, territorial and municipal levels, and to Indigenous governments. We base our guidance on in-depth knowledge of public sector organizations including structures, processes and practices. DPRA Canada has team members who worked in the federal and territorial governments before and during devolution. We operate from the premise that public policies and procedures will be grounded in, and have linkages to, enabling legislation. As a result of working closely with First Nations, Métis and Inuit groups across Canada, we also have a strong understanding of Aboriginal rights, treaties, land claim and self-government agreements. Our goal is to provide clients with policy and legislative support that will guide decision-making and actions, and will allow them to meet their strategic objectives and obligations, with due consideration of risks.

How Can DPRA Canada Help?

  • Reviewing and developing governance policies, processes and operational goals
  • Conducting policy research and bolstering organizational policy capacity
  • Supporting long-term strategic planning and annual business planning
  • Providing review and advice on administrative fairness issues as well as internal investigations
  • Providing legislative support – including consultations with communities and stakeholders on proposed regulations or statutory amendments, and preparation of drafting instructions and/or legislative proposals
  • Developing new operational programs and services – including the establishment of administrative tribunals
  • Providing strategic advice on provincial, territorial and federal regulatory standards, expectations and compliance, particularly in the field of socio-economics.