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<span id="title-refEl-2242">Canada’s New Cabinet Ministers: A call to renew NonProfit Lobbying</span>

Canada’s New Cabinet Ministers: A call to renew NonProfit Lobbying

May 20, 2011; Mark Buzan's PR and Public Affairs Spot on the Web: Earlier this week, Prime Minister Harper announced the cabinet of the 41st Parliament following the election of last month.  If you read my last posting on what the election meant for the

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<span id="title-refEl-1883">Reconnecting with Government Officials and Lobbying Contacts for Non-Profit Organizations</span>

Reconnecting with Government Officials and Lobbying Contacts for Non-Profit Organizations

March 18, 2011; Mark Buzan's PR and Public Affairs Spot on the Web - About a month back, I demonstrated some examples of the contacts I maintain with senior government officials.  On February 16, 2011, I attended a very interesting breakfast session held by the Ottawa

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<span id="title-refEl-1648">Reconnecting with Members of Parliament and Political Contacts</span>

Reconnecting with Members of Parliament and Political Contacts

February 1, 2011; Mark Buzan's PR & Public Affairs Spot on the Web: I attended a good 'ole fashioned political rally on January 23, 2011 in Ottawa, Ontario held by the Conservative Party of Canada marking their 5th year in office.  Those who follow Canadian politics know

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Issues coming this Parliamentary session and how we relate to just some of them

Parliament resumed nearly a month and a bit ago. With it, came a plethora of bills that needed to be re-introduced after the Prime Minister prorogued parliament. For many associations and executives, the unfortunate episode of proroguing parliament meant that the time they had invested

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With the budget coming, new Ministers & parliament prorogued, where does your agenda stand?

After 3 months of Parliament out of session and a state where bills need to be re-introduced, organizations need to review where they stand with the government. 70 pieces of legislation will need to be re-introduced this Spring. The coming budget will also make a

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