All lobbying is advocacy, but not all advocacy is lobbying!

 Advocacy OR Lobbying???  All lobbying is advocacy, but not all advocacy is lobbying! The Fine Print – the following isn’t legal advice but if you wish to dig deeper we can direct you to some lawyers who really get this stuff! Check your local rules, laws and requisite registration requirements.  Advocacy: (a generally accepted definition)
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Policy Summit

[Policy Consultation, Experiential event, Youth engagement, in-person and on-line, Dedicated moderators, Livestreaming, Digital response system, onsite logistics, event management, Minister and staff, Risk management, Project management] At amplifi we embrace an agile Project Management approach to ensure rigour and structure to our approach while also being able to accommodate changes necessitated by client requirements.  Senior
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Multigenerational Planning Now

A great narrative found on the American Planning Association site on the importance and involvement of the several generations in a community to ensure the sustainability of that community. This gets us far deeper into the community discussion than the overused reference to “It takes a village to raise a child”. Keypoints #1: Multigenerational planning creates new
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Are we Moving Towards an Open Government?

On Sunday,  April 3,  the Liberal Party of Canada presented their Platform for the upcoming election.  I’m not going to comment on the validity of the platform overall,  but there are a few things in the way it was presented,  and one idea contained within it,  that I think put Canada on the right track. Initially,  I was very disappointed with the launch of the platform.  I happened to be in Ottawa on the morning of the launch (actually staying in the same hotel as the event),  and made my way
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