Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Video from June 10 Forum on YouTube

The video from the policy forum on June 10 has now been edited and posted to YouTube, in segments each under ten minutes. Scroll down to reach the following:
Chapters 1-4: Opening presentation by Larry Sanders
Chapters 5-9: Presentation by Wayne McKenzie
Chapter 10: Question period, presentation by Eber Hampton part 1
Chapter 11: Presentation by Eber Hampton, part two
Chapters 12, 13, 13A and 14-16: Open Forum discussion

Chapter 1: Sanders part 1

Chapter 2: Sanders part 2

Chapter 3: Sanders part 3

Chapter 4: Sanders part 4

Chapter 5: Wayne McKenzie part 1

Chapter 6: Wayne McKenzie part 2

Chapter 7: Wayne McKenzie part 3

Chapter 8: Wayne McKenzie part 4

Chapter 9: Wayne McKenzie part 5

Chapter 10: Question from floor, then
Eber Hampton presentation, part 1

Chapter 11: Eber Hampton, part 2

Chapter 12: Open Forum discussion

Chapter 13: Open Forum discussion

Chapter 13A: Open Forum discussion

Chapter 14: Open Forum discussion

Chapter 15: Open Forum discussion

Chapter 16: Open forum discussion

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Answer these questions!

Here are the questions Eber posed to the forum on June 10.
We welcome your replies.

1. Who are you really, and what is it about you that brings you here today?
2. Now is the right time for something. What can a few of us who care do now?
3. What is the driving force behind Representative Workforce. What does that force want from us now?
4. Are we asking the right questions?
5. What might the next step look like?

Statistical handouts provided by Wayne McKenzie

Power Point Presentation by Eber Hampton June 10

Power Point Presentation by Larry Sanders June 10

Friday, June 11, 2010


Welcome to our shared discussion space, called "Whatever happened to a Representative Workforce?" named after the forum we held at the University of Regina on June 10, 2010. We welcome all contributions and comments. We will be posting links to resources from the forum, including the video, once it's done in a week or so. In the meantime, we encourage you to sign in to be a "follower" of this blog, and check back often for updates. Add your ideas, thoughts, and comments anytime.