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Blackfoot Confederacy         CCP & Housing    Employee Benefits/Pensions        Youth Anti Suicide             HousingCoa...
Chris HyltonVolunteer with Calgary Friendship CentreWorked with First Nations across Canada,including Siksika, Kainai, Pii...
CCP & HousingYou work hard to come up with your bestestimate of what your community housingneedsYou get conflicting report...
Results Inadequate staffing and housing levels Inadequate service to community Blame game Lowered morale Lowered services ...
What is comprehensivecommunity planning?           CG Hylton    5
Samson Cree 1994Draft Community Plan 1994Community Planning Dept formed in 1997fragmenting of SCN land; impact on limiteda...
Samson Cree NationCommunity Expansion Plan,depicting the townsite area            CG Hylton         7
What will the results looklike? Will the CPP include decision and management tools such as ranking tools, action plans, bu...
Create EconomicOpportunities Examining and identifying sustainable economic opportunities is an essential part of creating...
Negotiating Strategy – Youwill be able to say all our projections based on data we get from Government our projected staff...
Negotiating Strategy (ctd)All our programs and services are based onterms and conditions for service as spelledout in our ...
To recapAgencies have defined the services required,Agencies have provided us with our owndemographic data,We have surveye...
How does this tie in to Ethics  You are governed by Boards and Chief and Council All subject to continuous community reque...
How do you make it easy forBoards and Elected Officialsto govern? CCP gives your leadership the information they need abou...
What type of Data?Your population DemographicsCurrent service offerings (supply)Community service requirements (demand)The...
How does CCP support 5 yearAgreements? • Shows what services exist now, what   services will be needed in the future   Gap...
Funding sources Check with your funders CCP has a good reputation with agencies and will support the process Also look at ...
# of First Nation ApplicationsReceived by the First NationsMarket Housing Fund / Total # ofFNs in each Prov./Territories(J...
Inflation Proof EmployeeBenefits Plan• Employer pays all costs of Life and Disability• Drug Coverage with a card• Health C...
Types of Contracts • Fully Insured • Refund • ASO (Administrative   Services Only) • aka – “Self Insurance”
Fully Insured vs. Self Insured (ASO) • Health and Dental Premiums over 3   years for Company XYZ = $300,000 • COST =$300,0...
The Math
Savings • Premiums      = $ 300,000 • less (Claims + ASO Expenses) =   $(257,500) Savings to Company XYZ = $42,500
Eliminating the Risks  1. Stop Loss Protection     2. Out of Country         “Ceiling”                Protection  Amount c...
Pros and Cons of ASO         Pros                            Cons  Pay only for what is      •   Without Stop Loss provisi...
What to do with a Surplus • Reduce health and dental   rates • Enhance benefits • Leave in account to reduce   possible fu...
Pensions •Types – DB, DC, RSP •Why important? •How to set up? •Investment choice •CAP Guidelines
EAP – Employee Assistance Plan • What is it? • What is the purpose? • What do they cost? • You need one!
Youth Anti Suicide Simple solutions work best Horse program Culture camp Samson program Let us develop your program and fi...
Housing Darryl Copeland Linden Anderson                   CG Hylton   30
Darryl Copeland Real estate appraiser for over 15 years Landlord with all the challenges of property management and mainte...
Secondary Suite               Granny flat, nanny                suite, rental suite,                or garden suite       ...
Duplex InfillsIncreased Density          Energy Efficient                    CG Hylton                 33
High Density Systems BuiltDevelopmentBuilt indoors, reduced construction time, less reliant on trades, and built for rigid...
Systems Built Duplex            CG Hylton   35
Systems Built Bungalow           CG Hylton     36
Systems Built Two storey            CG Hylton      37
Many more designsavailable           CG Hylton   38
Interior FinishingKitchen             CG Hylton   39
Interior FinishingBathroom             CG Hylton   40
Durability Options Metal Cabinetry Plywood behind drywall Laminate flooring Granite counters Solid core doors HRV – heat r...
Energy Efficiency Roxol insulation Exterior insulation 3 pane windows High efficiency furnace Additional attic insulation ...
Partnership Opportunities Factory construction eliminates 80% of on site trades. Opportunities include those interested in...
Linden Anderson Intro Introduce Linden Anderson Designed the iBUILD construction management system His software has made h...
Thank you! Questions? Chris@hylton.ca Tel 403 264-5288                    CG Hylton   45
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  1. 1. Blackfoot Confederacy CCP & Housing Employee Benefits/Pensions Youth Anti Suicide HousingCoast Plaza Hotel, Calgary, Sept 18, 2012 Chris Hylton, MA Darryl Copeland, Linden Anderson 403 264-5288 chris@hylton.ca CG Hylton 1
  2. 2. Chris HyltonVolunteer with Calgary Friendship CentreWorked with First Nations across Canada,including Siksika, Kainai, Piikani, Treaty 7Salary Grids, HR Policies, Benefit Reviews,Training, Proposal Writing CG Hylton 2
  3. 3. CCP & HousingYou work hard to come up with your bestestimate of what your community housingneedsYou get conflicting reports from communityYou have difficulty negotiating from aposition of strengthYou receive an unworkable level of funding CG Hylton 3
  4. 4. Results Inadequate staffing and housing levels Inadequate service to community Blame game Lowered morale Lowered services Lead to ….. CG Hylton 4
  5. 5. What is comprehensivecommunity planning? CG Hylton 5
  6. 6. Samson Cree 1994Draft Community Plan 1994Community Planning Dept formed in 1997fragmenting of SCN land; impact on limitedagricultural resources; concerns with theenvironment, health and safetyaround individual wells and septic systems;servicing costs; protection of resourceextraction areas; and land availability. CG Hylton 6
  7. 7. Samson Cree NationCommunity Expansion Plan,depicting the townsite area CG Hylton 7
  8. 8. What will the results looklike? Will the CPP include decision and management tools such as ranking tools, action plans, budget templates, implementation and funding strategies and a monitoring and evaluation plan as well? This level of detail needs to be decided, including expectations for the final planning products that summarize the results of the CCP process (eg, final plan, budget). CG Hylton 8
  9. 9. Create EconomicOpportunities Examining and identifying sustainable economic opportunities is an essential part of creating a Comprehensive Community Plan. Having a plan in place will also help to attract investment. CG Hylton 9
  10. 10. Negotiating Strategy – Youwill be able to say all our projections based on data we get from Government our projected staffing and housing levels are based on meeting this demand to meet your requirements CG Hylton 10
  11. 11. Negotiating Strategy (ctd)All our programs and services are based onterms and conditions for service as spelledout in our agreements with governmentagenciesOur CCP has indicated our needs in greatdetailOur CCP tells us the community buys in CG Hylton 11
  12. 12. To recapAgencies have defined the services required,Agencies have provided us with our owndemographic data,We have surveyed our community anddetermined the needsHere is our plan to meet the needsHere is the funding levels required CG Hylton 12
  13. 13. How does this tie in to Ethics You are governed by Boards and Chief and Council All subject to continuous community requests and constant scrutiny How do you make it easy for Boards and Elected Officials to govern? CG Hylton 13
  14. 14. How do you make it easy forBoards and Elected Officialsto govern? CCP gives your leadership the information they need about community needs CCP gives your leaders information about how your departments are planning on meeting community needs Data is king CG Hylton 14
  15. 15. What type of Data?Your population DemographicsCurrent service offerings (supply)Community service requirements (demand)The gapWhat you are planning on doing about itThe money shortfallResults in greater communityunderstanding CG Hylton 15
  16. 16. How does CCP support 5 yearAgreements? • Shows what services exist now, what services will be needed in the future Gap analysis: 1. Encourages each departments to develop business plans to meet the needs 2. Data sources are everywhere 3. Commitment and Evidence service demand builds community CG Hylton 16
  17. 17. Funding sources Check with your funders CCP has a good reputation with agencies and will support the process Also look at new programs like First Nations Market Housing Fund next slide We have proposal writers available for you CG Hylton 17
  18. 18. # of First Nation ApplicationsReceived by the First NationsMarket Housing Fund / Total # ofFNs in each Prov./Territories(June 8, 2012 70 First Nations have applied- 47 approved for Capacity Development) 0/0 5/14 0/29 LB 13/202 5/47 4/63 2/40 6/75 30/134 5/35 CG Hylton 18
  19. 19. Inflation Proof EmployeeBenefits Plan• Employer pays all costs of Life and Disability• Drug Coverage with a card• Health Care Spending Account• E.g.) 80% Managed Drug Card – Dispensing Fee Deductible• Health Spending Account for other Medical and Dental expenses (e.g.. $500 single - $1000 family)
  20. 20. Types of Contracts • Fully Insured • Refund • ASO (Administrative Services Only) • aka – “Self Insurance”
  21. 21. Fully Insured vs. Self Insured (ASO) • Health and Dental Premiums over 3 years for Company XYZ = $300,000 • COST =$300,000 • Health and Dental Claims over 3 years for Company XYZ = $225,000 (75% of premiums)
  22. 22. The Math
  23. 23. Savings • Premiums = $ 300,000 • less (Claims + ASO Expenses) = $(257,500) Savings to Company XYZ = $42,500
  24. 24. Eliminating the Risks 1. Stop Loss Protection 2. Out of Country “Ceiling” Protection Amount can be set at Protects the plan any level against an expensive e.g. $10,000, $7,500, out of country claim $5,000 per year. Insurance premium Designed to eliminate charged for out of the risk of a very country protection expensive drug claim Typically 100% insured Insurance premium charged for stop loss protection
  25. 25. Pros and Cons of ASO Pros Cons Pay only for what is • Without Stop Loss provision claimed exposure on large drug Administrative charges claims are lower • Without travel coverage Admin charges on claims exposure of out of country not premiums claims No reserves
  26. 26. What to do with a Surplus • Reduce health and dental rates • Enhance benefits • Leave in account to reduce possible future deficit • Give employees a “premium vacation”
  27. 27. Pensions •Types – DB, DC, RSP •Why important? •How to set up? •Investment choice •CAP Guidelines
  28. 28. EAP – Employee Assistance Plan • What is it? • What is the purpose? • What do they cost? • You need one!
  29. 29. Youth Anti Suicide Simple solutions work best Horse program Culture camp Samson program Let us develop your program and find sources of funding for you! CG Hylton 29
  30. 30. Housing Darryl Copeland Linden Anderson CG Hylton 30
  31. 31. Darryl Copeland Real estate appraiser for over 15 years Landlord with all the challenges of property management and maintenance. Home builder (Provectus Homes) “provectus” – advanced or ahead of it’s time CG Hylton 31
  32. 32. Secondary Suite Granny flat, nanny suite, rental suite, or garden suite May qualify for significant CMHC subsidy if built for seniors, disabled or for low income CG Hylton rental 32
  33. 33. Duplex InfillsIncreased Density Energy Efficient CG Hylton 33
  34. 34. High Density Systems BuiltDevelopmentBuilt indoors, reduced construction time, less reliant on trades, and built for rigidity of transport. 18 modular sections. CG Hylton 34
  35. 35. Systems Built Duplex CG Hylton 35
  36. 36. Systems Built Bungalow CG Hylton 36
  37. 37. Systems Built Two storey CG Hylton 37
  38. 38. Many more designsavailable CG Hylton 38
  39. 39. Interior FinishingKitchen CG Hylton 39
  40. 40. Interior FinishingBathroom CG Hylton 40
  41. 41. Durability Options Metal Cabinetry Plywood behind drywall Laminate flooring Granite counters Solid core doors HRV – heat recovery Concrete board siding CG Hylton 41
  42. 42. Energy Efficiency Roxol insulation Exterior insulation 3 pane windows High efficiency furnace Additional attic insulation HRV Homes with an energuide rating over 86, may qualify for subsidy CG Hylton 42
  43. 43. Partnership Opportunities Factory construction eliminates 80% of on site trades. Opportunities include those interested in excavation, cribbing, site servicing (wells, septic tank and field, road work), decks, garages, house movers, etc. We are happy to create partnership opportunities. CG Hylton 43
  44. 44. Linden Anderson Intro Introduce Linden Anderson Designed the iBUILD construction management system His software has made him an award finalist with The Canadian Alliance of Residential Builders Provectus Homes uses iBUILD software CG Hylton 44
  45. 45. Thank you! Questions? Chris@hylton.ca Tel 403 264-5288 CG Hylton 45

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