Archive (Tag: submission)
Two Changes in the Rules of Procedure
When my office finalizes a Report, we send it to many people. Recently we realized that those that are interested have two ways of being alerted about our Reports. First, they can sign up for our RSS feed and each time something is added to our home page, they will receive an email. That would... read more
What is evidence in a review?
Simply saying something is true doesn’t always make it so. For example, telling me a particular store is closed on a given holiday won’t necessarily make me believe it is. Showing me the store’s website holiday schedule is likely to make me believe it a bit more. Driving me by the store on Christmas day... read more
What Makes a Good Submission?
The staff at the OIPC recently watched a webinar called The Art of Persuasive Speaking put on by The Canadian Bar Association. Some of the points made in the webinar are relevant to public bodies providing submissions to our office. I thought I would share some further tips pulled from that webinar. When you want... read more
Tips for a Good Submission
I have worked at the IPC for the past 5 1⁄2 years and I am leaving for an exciting opportunity in the Ministry of Justice. As I reflect on my years at the IPC, I wondered how I could help those who work in this area. I have seen a lot of submissions and I... read more