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Former Harper comms director registers to lobby

Lobby Notes | SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN
Published: Tuesday, 04/11/2017 2:56 pm EDT
Hill Times photo by Jake Wright
This 2010 file photo shows Dimitri Soudas with former Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Soudas left his position as Harper's director of communications in 2011, and has registered to lobby now that the five-year federal lobbying ban has expired.

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