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New Brunswick’s one-year-old lobbyists’ registry moving past growing pains

News | TESSIE SANCI
Published: Wednesday, 04/04/2018 3:19 pm EDT
Last Updated: Thursday, 04/05/2018 8:46 am EDT
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New Brunswick's lobbyist registry was proclaimed on April 1, 2017.

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