Engaging with government
Below you will find information and resources for SFU faculty, staff, and students to connect with government officials.
Request a meeting with a government official
We encourage collaborative partnerships between all governments and SFU faculty, staff, and students. If you have any questions or require detailed assistance in reach out to senior government officials for a meeting, such as with a Minister, MP or MLA, or Deputy Minister, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for contact information? Please visit the Government Information page for links to government directories.
Did you recently meet with a government official?
Even if you did not require our assistance, we encourage you to let us know if you hold any meetings with people from any level of government. We may be able to assist in maintaining your established relationship, find information for follow up actions, and connect the official with others at SFU.
To inform us of you activities, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
If you are uncertain if your communicaiton with a federal government official qualifies as lobbying, please visit the Lobbyist Registry page for more information.
Hosting government officials at SFU
If you wish to host a government official and need assistance, please contact SFU Government Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can assist in identifying the government official(s) to invite, as well as assist in facilitating their visit and coordinating other aspects of the visit.
To find a key government official, please refer to the Government Information page. Requests for the Provincial Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training, and the Premier should be sent by the SFU Government and Community Relations team.
To plan an event at the Burnaby or Vancouver campuses, including room bookings, catering, audio/visual equipment, and parking reservations, please visit Meeting, Event and Conference Services for more information. Please note that some events may require a minimum of 21 days notice for planning with Meetings, Events and Conference Services. For events at the Surrey campus, please visit the SFU Surrey Campus website.
Event planning toolkit
For tools and references for SFU saff, committees, departments, faculties, and students to plan events, please refer to the the Ceremonies and Events Event Planning Toolkit.
Request the President to attend your event
Aboriginal protocol and elder requests
For more inforamtion about Aboriginal protocol at SFU, including making acknowledgement of traditional lands and requesting an elder to attend your event, please visit SFU Ceremonies and Events' Aboriginal Protocol Page.
Please refer to the SFU Communicators Toolkit for materials and templates that will ensure that your communication and presentations align with SFU's strategic values and branding.
Overview of SFU Powerpoint
SFU 101 - Overview and Information about Simon Fraser University
SFU Strategic Vision
Walk This Path With Us Report Executive Summary
SFU Reconciliation Annual Report 2018-19
House of Commons Sitting Calendar 2020
BC Legislature Sitting Calendar 2020
SFU pre-budget submissions
SFU 2021 Pre-Budget Submission to the BC Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services, June 2020
SFU 2021 Pre-Budget Submission to the Federal Standing Committee on Finance, August 2020