10 successful and innovative public policy changes spearheaded by Canadian non-profits

Advocacy doesn’t have to mean an extensive advertising campaign—it can be as simple as calling your local councillor

Why It Matters

In Canada, changes to the country’s laws or bylaws in your province, city, or municipality are largely made through advocacy efforts. Skipping this crucial step can mean it takes longer for your organization to have an impact.

The word “lobbyist” is politically charged in Canada, but most legislative change comes from lobbying efforts by special interest groups.

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