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Mental health advocates ‘encouraged’ by progress, call for accountability

Groups are more active on the Hill after govt funding, including Toronto’s Sunnybrook efforts to become a PTSD centre

News | SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN
Published: Tuesday, 05/30/2017 3:28 pm EDT

Who's on the Hill this week: Health and business lobby days; Canada’s largest defence industry event

House and Senate committee meeting highlights

News | SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN
Published: Monday, 05/29/2017 4:36 pm EDT
Last Updated: Friday, 06/02/2017 3:47 pm EDT

Day at the Registry: Refugee law, engineering, and forest products topics of new lobbying registrants

News | SHRUTI SHEKAR
Published: Friday, 05/26/2017 2:41 pm EDT
Last Updated: Friday, 05/26/2017 2:48 pm EDT

Lobbying office clarifies consultant rules after Carroll decision, but critics push for more answers

Some consultants say the Lobbying Act is clear when it comes to strategic advice, while others say clarification on the rules is in order

News | SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN
Published: Thursday, 05/25/2017 5:31 pm EDT

Harper’s former chief of staff found guilty of breaking ethics rules

News | SHRUTI SHEKAR
Published: Thursday, 05/25/2017 4:25 pm EDT

On Queen Street: GR firm taps Hill staffer; major health group hires new pres

News | SHRUTI SHEKAR
Published: Wednesday, 05/24/2017 4:11 pm EDT
Last Updated: Thursday, 05/25/2017 6:55 am EDT

Music group showcases Canadian artists, says Copyright Act is top of mind

SOCAN has actively been meeting MPs and parliamentarians to lobby and protect artist rights

News | SHRUTI SHEKAR
Published: Tuesday, 05/23/2017 4:15 pm EDT

Women’s international aid group calls govt for feminist funding approach

New lobbying files cover cannabis, drones and financial regulations

News | SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN
Published: Friday, 05/19/2017 4:42 pm EDT

Feds should adopt appointment process similar to Ontario: critics

Some consultants argue Trudeau still has the right to appoint lobbying commish despite recusing himself from ethics commish appointment

News | SHRUTI SHEKAR
Published: Thursday, 05/18/2017 5:24 pm EDT
Last Updated: Wednesday, 05/24/2017 9:22 pm EDT

Ahead of new bill, transportation top-lobbied issue in April

Canadian Chiropractic Association pushes for pain management alternatives to address opioid crisis during its lobby days

News | SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN
Published: Thursday, 05/18/2017 5:18 pm EDT
Last Updated: Friday, 05/19/2017 10:38 am EDT
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      DAY AT THE REGISTRY: GROUPS REGISTER TO TALK ON TECHNOLOGY AND OTHERS:...
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      WHO’S ON THE HILL THIS WEEK: INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION OF CANADA...
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      ANNUAL LOBBY REPORT TABLED: MORE PEOPLE REGISTERING, ASKING FOR ADVICE: In the...
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      DAY AT THE REGISTRY: MARIJUANA GROUP REGISTERS, AMONG OTHERS: A Toronto-based medicinal...
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