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Is it Time for Boards to Have Technology Committees?

Technology has become such an important factor in the strategic direction of any enterprise today that increasingly it is becoming a subject for discussion around the boardroom table rather than just in the executive suite. For some non-IT organizations – including OMERS AC, officially the Ontario Municipal

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Vice President – Public Affairs

StrategyCorp Toronto is looking for a new Vice President-level public affairs consultant to join our team. StrategyCorp consultants are the foundation of our team. The work our consultants do provides critical inputs into all our consulting engagements. Working at StrategyCorp gives you exposure to clients from most

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Telecommunications Veteran Ken Engelhart Joins StrategyCorp

Engelhart joins StrategyCorp’s roster of public affairs, communications and management consulting experts January 20, 2017 – Toronto, Ontario – StrategyCorp is pleased to announce telecommunications and broadcasting expert Ken Engelhart has joined its team as a Senior Advisor. Ken comes to StrategyCorp after a prominent 25 year career

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Anticipating Trump, Trudeau Strengthens US Policy Team

The U.S. relationship is the number one foreign policy file for any Prime Minister. With the election of Donald Trump, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was handed the most complex situation – at least since the Iraq War. Foundational agreements like NAFTA and the earlier Free Trade Agreement

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StrategyCorp’s John Duffy speaks about Trump’s Election

Political experts say Canadians don’t have the same tolerance for racism and bigotry as in the United States, but they also say Donald Trump has changed political campaigning rules. John Duffy, founder of public affairs and communications firm StrategyCorp, who was an adviser to former Liberal prime

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Is Toronto Ready to Pay for Better Transit?

Is Toronto Ready to Pay for Better Transit?

Mayor John Tory has delivered a major speech addressing his plan to pay for the City’s massive $33 billion infrastructure deficit.  His plan, if approved by Council, will set the tone for a new era of transit and infrastructure building in Toronto for the next generation. The

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