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New GRIC president’s goals include “more robust membership” and a plan to improve services

News,People | SERGIY SLIPCHENKO
Published: Tuesday, 06/25/2024 5:20 pm EDT
Last Updated: Wednesday, 06/26/2024 4:03 pm EDT
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Hunter Doubt, Expedia Group's manager of government and corporate affairs for Canada, was announced as the new president of the Government Relations Institute of Canada.

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