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Gen Squeeze advocates for younger Canadians day in, day out, in the media, in the community and at all levels of government. 

This infographic is a snapshot of our "Suit Up" activities including our meetings with decision makers, our media outreach, and our community presentations, all of which are informed by our in-house research coordinated by Dr. Paul Kershaw at UBC.

Want more detail? Check out our raw (i.e. not prettily-formatted) Suit Up activity logs for 2016 and 2017 (current to July). Additional details (e.g. consolidated list of Briefings) pending. 

 


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