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Community and Protective Services Committee Jul. 18, 2018

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The July 18, 2018, Community and Protective Services Committee meeting included:

Social Wellbeing Advisory Committee Terms of Reference

The CPS Committee received a presentation on The Social Wellbeing Advisory Committee Terms of Reference. The Social Wellbeing Advisory Committee is intended to provide advice to Council and Administration on how to advance the Social Wellbeing Principles of City Services by drawing on the expertise of existing advisory groups, community stakeholders, and their networks. This was approved to go forward to Council for their approval of the terms of reference, along with the CPS Committee recommending that Council direct administration to work with the Social Wellbeing Advisory Committee following the appointment of members at the October 2018 Organizational Meeting of Council and return to Standing Policy Committee on Community and Protective Services no later than Q2 2020 with its first annual report.

Calgary Combative Sports Commission Annual Report

The CPS Committee received the Calgary Combative Sports Commission Annual Report for information, which included activities conducted in 2017 to enhance the safety of combative sporting events held within Calgary in addition to work anticipated in 2018 to continue to reduce risk. The Report also provided a detailed financial statement for 2017, an annual activity summary and proposed 2018-2019 budget, in accordance with the Combative Sports Commission Bylaw 53M2006. The Calgary Combative Sports Commission plays a role in protecting The City’s reputation by ensuring combative sporting events are conducted in a safe environment for participants, officials, and spectators. Annual reporting assists in understanding CCSC’s evolution, as the nature of combative sports and societal expectations change.

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