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Franchise Awareness Day

Organized by the Canadian Franchise Association (CFA), Franchise Awareness Day is a series of regional events that takes place in major cities across Canada.

On Franchise Awareness Day, CFA organizes in-person meetings between senior executives at CFA-member franchise systems and their local politicians. Meetings are then followed by an evening cocktail reception, where politicians and their staff can network with franchise business leaders.

The goal of Franchise Awareness Day is to build bridges between franchise leaders and government to raise awareness about the importance of franchising in Canada.

There are currently no Franchise Awareness Day events scheduled, however, CFA is happy to connect our members with politicians throughout the year. If you’re a politician who would like to meet with a CFA-member franchisor to learn more about their business, click here. If you’re a CFA member franchisor or franchisee who is interested in getting involved in CFA advocacy, click here, or contact Samantha Sheppard, Specialist, Government Relations, at / 416-695-2896 ext. 230.

Past Events

CFA Brings #FranchiseAwareness to Queen’s Park

On March 28, the Canadian Franchise Association (CFA) celebrated Franchise Awareness Day at Queen’s Park in Toronto. The event brought together 50 CFA members from brands like Pizza Pizza, Two Men and a Truck Canada, Lice, and Home Instead Senior Care, to meet with 24 MPPs from ridings across Ontario. In these meetings, CFA members had the opportunity to tell MPPs about their businesses, the jobs they create, and the positive impact they have on their communities. Here are some p

Franchise Awareness Day Recap

The Canadian Franchise Association held its first-ever Franchise Awareness Day on Parliament Hill on April 19, 2016. Throughout the morning and afternoon, over 60 Presidents and CEOs of CFA member franchise systems met with politicians from ridings across Canada to educate them about franchising and its positive contribution to Canada’s economy. Some of the key messages we shared were: – Franchising directly and indirectly employs 1 in every 14 working Canadians – Franchising contr

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