Running Up That Hill: Exerting Influence on the Legislative Process

‘Hill Day’ is a cornerstone of government relations. It’s when a group of representatives travel to Parliament Hill for a concentrated day of meetings on their policy priority in the hopes of changing minds, creating relationships, and building momentum on issues. At minimum, they are reactions to ongoing changes in the policy landscape. At maximum, they are opportunities to proactively highlight the future goals of a sector. Over the course of several days, these rapid-fire meetings seek to connect with a broad range of legislators, political staff, and government officials, and raise awareness of a sector’s entire agenda of issues. 

Learn how to organize your own Hill Day event here

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