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Community and Protective Services Services Committee Nov. 7, 2018

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The Nov. 7, 2018, Community and Protective Services Committee meeting included:

Calgary Aboriginal Urban Affairs Committee Update

An update report and power point presentation were provided to committee on the progress of the implementation of the Calgary Aboriginal Urban Affairs Committee (CAUAC) strategic plan. The primary function of the CAUAC is to provide Council with professional and strategic advice on matters that affect Indigenous Calgarians and offer ongoing guidance in relating to the implementation of strategies that advance Indigenous interests in ways that benefit all Calgarians. The Report was received and approved by the committee and will go forward to Council for information.

Preview of the Proposed Calgary Indigenous Relations Office

Indigenous relations is an ongoing, multifaceted portfolio of work that involves various departments across the Corporation and numerous community partners. The report outlines the proposed model for the Indigenous Relations Office and represents a comprehensive and coordinated model to advance The City of Calgary’s efforts towards positive Indigenous relations and reconciliation.  A motion was carried to have Council receive this report for information.

Golf Course Operations Update​​

Prior to 2012 Golf course Operations generated revenue, contributing $3.6 Million to the Corporation and self-funding $14 million to capital projects from 1995 to 2012.  In 2012, Council mandated that Golf Course Operations become “tax-supported”.  Since that time, these operations have received between four and nine per cent in annual tax support ($435,000 to $964,000).  In June 2018, Council asked administration to explore options that would move Golf Course Operations to a break-even position and to report these options through the One Calgary budget process. The motion was carried that Administration report back to Council through the SPC on Community and Protective Services by Q2 2021, with an update on progress toward the options outlined in the report.


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