The Canadian Advocacy Network
GRIC is a proud supporter of the Canadian Advocacy Network (CAN) and the work it is doing to bring skilled government relations practitioners together with charities and not-for-profits whose good work can be enhanced by our industry’s unique skills. CAN connects charities and not-for-profits with public affairs professionals who offer advice and support on a pro-bono basis.
Are you working in a public affairs/government relations role and are looking to give back to your community? Are you, or is somebody you know, involved with a charity or not-for-profit which is looking for pro-bono help on strategic issues like public affairs, government relations, advocacy? On November 27, 2014, CAN hosted a reception to recognize current volunteers and participating organizations as well as to encourage those who are interested in getting involved! Members of the CAN Board also provided an overview of the regulatory framework governing the interactions between charities and the federal government.
Following over two years of consultations, the Commissioner of Lobbying published the Third Edition Lobbyists’ Code of Conduct in the Canada Gazette on Friday May 26th....
GRIC Submission to House of Commons ETHI Committee on the Third Edition of the Lobbyists’ Code of Conduct
The Commissioner of Lobbying appeared at the House of Commons ETHI Committee last week. The Commissioner outlined the rationale behind the Third Edition of the Lobbyists’...
GRIC and PAAC Joint Submission to OCL’s Lobbyists’ Code of Conduct Third Round of Consultation June 2022
Government Relations Institute of Canada (GRIC) and Public Affairs Association of Canada (PAAC) Joint Submission re: OCL’s Lobbyists’ Code of Conduct Third Round of...