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Leslie Noble – 25 Years!

After 25 years building Canada’s preeminent consulting firm, Leslie Noble will be leaving the organization at the end of 2020 and moving to the next stage of her professional career. As a founding partner, Leslie helped establish StrategyCorp as a leader in Canadian public affairs and helped

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Saskatchewan Party Wins Majority Government

Saskatchewan Party Wins Majority Government

Premier Scott Moe has secured the Saskatchewan Party’s fourth consecutive majority government. In his first election since becoming Leader in 2018, Moe’s Saskatchewan Party held its majority with over 63% of the vote. At the time of writing, it had won 50 seats and to the New

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A Targeted Approach to the Second Wave

A Targeted Approach to the Second Wave

With the start of the Thanksgiving weekend, governments across Canada have taken action to respond to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Unlike the first wave earlier this year, the response to the second wave is more targeted and precise to respond to the regional nature of the

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Saskatchewan Heads to the Polls

Saskatchewan Heads to the Polls

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe kicked off the 2020 election campaign, leading to the province’s vote on October 26.  Moe undertakes his first election campaign since becoming leader of the Saskatchewan Party in 2018, facing off against Ryan Meili and the Saskatchewan NDP. Of the 61 seats in

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Trudeau Government delivers Speech from the Throne

Trudeau Government delivers Speech from the Throne

The Trudeau government has spent more than two years scrambling to respond to events: SNC-Lavalin, Trump’s tariffs and CUMSA, Chinese hostage diplomacy, Trudeau’s blackface, a new minority Parliament, Iranian missiles, Indigenous blockades, and, the ultimate disruptor, COVID-19. Today’s Throne Speech, read by Governor-General Julie Payette, and an

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PCs Win Majority Government in New Brunswick

PCs Win Majority Government in New Brunswick

After just less than two years since its last election, Canada’s first COVID-era election took place today in New Brunswick as Premier Blaine Higgs and the New Brunswick Progressive Conservatives sought to turn a narrow minority government into a four-year majority government. There were many questions on

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What O’Toole’s Victory Means for Canadian Politics

What O’Toole's Victory Means for Canadian Politics

Erin O’Toole has emerged as the third-ballot victor in the Conservative Party’s Leadership race and is the new leader of the Conservative Party. Former Cabinet Minister and PC Party Leader Peter MacKay finished in second, while newcomer Leslyn Lewis surprised many with a very strong third place

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