How will a lobby increase my influence?

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There’s two types of lobbying, and we want to get both of them working for you

     1. “Direct lobbying” - This is the suit up approach. It means directly contacting public office holders and voicing our opinions regarding the policies, regulations, legislation, etc. that govern the lives of millions of squeezed younger Canadians. Even at the end of a long day, when you’re busy and tired, you can count on us to have some of the best experts suiting up for you in government budget lock-ups, meetings at parliament, and talking to decision makers of all political stripes.

     2. “Grassroots lobbying” - This is the spread out approach. It means educating and mobilizing each other and our communities so that we all contact our public office holders to voice opinions on the same sort of stuff.  Gen Squeeze can help you lobby as effectively as anyone else in the world of politics; can help you join you with thousands of others lobbying at the same time; and can equip you to inspire your friends and neighbours to join forces too.  By so doing, we’ll bring to the world of politics the one asset that can out-compete the power of money in a democracy: genuine people power.

“Yes, Canadian governments need to make younger people a priority. I want a Canada that works for all generations."

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