The CDA represents the dance sector to government. Advocacy, lobbying, and government relations are valuable activities because then politicians consider the dance community in their decisions. The CDA’s advocacy includes: 

CDA’s advocacy work has helped increase available funding, but has also made the everyday administration of dance quicker and easier, thereby making time for the business of dance.  CDA works closely with the government relations firm Global Public Affairs.

Please refer to the Strategic Guidelines for how CDA conducts its advocacy work. 

How to be a Dance Advocate

Canadian Dance Assembly
55 Mill Street, Suite 312
Case Goods Building #74
Toronto, ON M5A 3C4
Tel: 1.416.515.8444
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