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On Queen Street: National Public Relations has new leadership in Ottawa

News,People | JESSE CNOCKAERT
Published: Wednesday, 02/27/2019 2:21 pm EST
Gordon Taylor Lee (centre) is the new managing partner at National Public Relations’ Ottawa office. He is shown here with Chrystiane Mallaley (left), vice-president of strategic communications and public engagement; and Jean Michel Laurin (right), vice president of policy and public affairs. (Photo courtesy of National Public Relations)

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