The Global Civic Policy Society was established as public education institute grounded in a respect for British Columbia history and institutions and an appreciation of market forces and economic analysis. Since its founding in Vancouver, British Columbia in 2009, the Society has created a number of initiatives:
- Publishing and promoting Policy Development Reports written by respected citizens to increase the resilience of communities.
- Hosting over 35 Public Salons featuring 250 community leaders at the Vancouver Playhouse with audience totalling 20,000. These presentations have been viewed over 500,000 times on social media and been featured on our weekly 1/2 hour television show on Shaw Channel 4.
- Creating over 50 educational videos under our Kumtuks channel with a focus on history and policy issues. These have been viewed over 1.5 million times on various social media platforms.
- Reviving the aboriginal trade language Chinook Jargon of early British Columbia through hosting learning sessions and providing educational materials.
- Encouraging and supporting Civic Leadership and excellence in municipal governance through seminars and mentorship.
- Transcribing old handwritten documents of early British Columbia through a network of volunteers called Transcribimus and making them freely available to students, researchers, and the general public.