Josh Bizjak

Josh offers years of business and political experience to the Broadbent Institute. Previously bringing his entrepreneurial experience to the head office of Ontario’s New Democrats as their Fundraising Manager and Head of Labour and Corporate Relations, Josh’s direction each year helped to eclipse previous revenue milestones and set new financial benchmarks.

Josh has managed fundraising programs for campaigns at every level of politics and seen his candidates elected and debt free. Josh prides himself on his outreach a wide array of stakeholders to assist in the advancement of a progressive agenda.

Posts & Activities by Josh Bizjak

  • Summit Webcast

    Can't make it to Ottawa for the Progress Summit? Join us by webcast.

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  • Happy 80th Birthday Ed Broadbent!

    Sign Ed's Birthday Card

    We will hand deliver Ed's messages to him - help us make his 80th special.

    Ed has been working for a more inclusive, fair and just Canada for more than 50 years. On his 80th Birthday, let’s celebrate his life & accomplishments! 


  • Progress Gala Sponsor Survey 2015


    Thank you so much for your generous support of our 2015 Progress Gala. With your help, we were able to host nearly 1,000 guests at the Royal York to hear the inspiring words of Alberta Premier Rachel Notley.

    This was our third annual gala, and each year we've set ourselves a goal of making next year even better. Your feedback is important to us.

    We can't wait to see you in 2016!

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  • It is time to ask some hard questions about democracy


    On November 6th and 7th, the Broadbent Institute is sponsoring a conference in honour of the late Allan Blakeney. Admission to the event is free, see below for details. 

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  • Contractors deserve prompt payment


    How long would you be willing to wait to be paid for your work?  A normal paycheque may be held back for a couple of weeks or a month, but most of us can be pretty certain when it will arrive.

    Not so in for many contractors and their subcontractors in the Ontario construction industry. They often have to wait months or even years for payment, even though they are out of pocket for the labour and materials costs of keeping up their end of the bargain.

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