The Institute of Public Administration of Canada - NWT Regional Group,  in collaboration with the International Association for Impact Assessment, Western and Northern Canada Affiliate, presents:

The Role of Science in Northern Public Policy

Tuesday, December 11th, 2011, 12:00 – 1:15 pm

Speakers:

Dr. Steve Kokelj, Environmental Scientist, Cumulative Impact Monitoring Program (CIMP), AANDC, Government of Canada; Adjunct Professor, University of Victoria and Carleton University

and

Ms. Susan Chatwood, Executive & Scientific Director, Institute for Circumpolar Health Research; Assistant Professor, University of Toronto

Discussant: Dr. Ray Case, Assistant Deputy Minister, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, GNWT

Moderator: Mr. David M. Brock, President, IPAC-NWT

IPAC has organized this event in collaboration with the International Association of Impact Assessment, Western and Northern Canada Affiliate. This event is being hosted free of charge and will be a ‘brown-bag lunch’.  You need not be an IPAC member to attend this event - all individuals with an interest in public service are welcomed to attend.

Location: Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board Boardroom, 2nd floor, Scotia Centre, Yellowknife

** Maximum capacity for this event is 35 persons. Please RSVP by December 7th, 2012 by visiting http://ipacnwt_sciencepublicpolicy.eventzilla.net/.  Please note that we are using Eventzilla on a trial basis to manage RSVPs.  For RSVP assistance, please contact Jennifer Whitaker, Secretary, IPAC-NWT Jennifer.Whitaker@aandc.gc.ca or call 669-2584

Learn more about IPAC-NWT by visiting http://www.ipac.ca/nwt/index