Raymond Chan

Government and Stakeholder Relations in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Raymond Chan is a government relations and strategic communications professional at CAA Club Group of Companies. He oversees government advocacy and manages stakeholder relations with the provincial government and municipalities.

As a seasoned communicator who has appeared in numerous print and broadcast media, Raymond has extensively been called upon to provide his analysis on transportation policy and infrastructure investments across the province.

Prior to working at CAA, Raymond served as the Executive Assistant to a respected Toronto City Councillor where he oversaw all aspects of communications, policy and legislative matters. He has worked to build relationships by engaging external audiences and leveraging internal teams, all while delivering measurable results that have influenced public policy.

As a former advisor to a federal Member of Parliament and the City of Toronto's Deputy Mayor, Raymond has worked collaboratively with elected officials across all party lines. He knows and understands all three levels of government and how best to navigate them.

Raymond has coached senior executives in the private and not-for-profit sectors in areas such as strategic communications, corporate planning and public policy development.

In addition to his professional work, Raymond has been a guest speaker at industry conferences and has lectured to students at the college level. As a passionate youth advocate, mentor and supporter of life-long learning, he has volunteered his time with the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto and currently serves on the board of directors for a municipal library corporation.

Raymond holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto and a post graduate diploma in Corporate Communications from Humber College.

To contact Raymond directly, inquire about his services or to book a speaking engagement, please click the links below or the "Hire Me" button at the top of the page.

  • Work
    • CAA Club Group of Companies
  • Education
    • Humber College
    • University of Toronto
    • University of Hong Kong