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Trudeau Washington trip leads to climate change agreement, promises of further discussions on trade and security

Justin Trudeau’s March 10-11 trip to Washington was the first state visit by a Canadian prime minister since 1997. The historic visit marked a transition of international relations that Trudeau promises will be stronger and more cooperative than his Conservative predecessor. The Prime Minister affirmed he is

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Ontario PC General Meeting Lays Groundwork for New Party Direction

Ontario PC General Meeting Lays Groundwork for New Party Direction

The Ontario Progressive Party took another step in rebuilding itself with its recent General Meeting (GM) held between March 4- 6. Close on the heels of its by-election victory in Whitby-Oshawa where it grew its margin of victory for that seat over the results from the 2014

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Good, and not-so-good, from Vancouver First Ministers’ meeting

Good, and not-so-good, from Vancouver First Ministers' meeting

What’s good about the results of the First Ministers’ meeting in Vancouver this week? There was agreement. What’s not so good? There is much more work to be done. The Good The First Ministers came together to flesh out details on a plan to accomplish Canada’s climate

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Ontario 2016 Budget Lays Out 2018 Liberal Election Narrative

Ontario 2016 Budget Lays Out 2018 Liberal Election Narrative

With the 2016 Ontario Budget we are witnessing the Liberals’ first efforts at establishing their 2018 election narrative. In the Budget, the government states that jobs and the economy are its top priority.  For this Liberal government that translates into investing in skills development through improved access

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Ontario’s Legislature Returns – With Some Big Expectations

Ontario’s Legislature Returns – With Some Big Expectations

As the Ontario Legislature’s spring session begins at Queen’s Park today, observers are looking for Premier Kathleen Wynne’s Liberal government to show progress on a large number of substantial public policy priorities, especially at a time where an unprecedented alignment with the federal and municipal governments has

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MacNaughton to become Canada’s Ambassador to the US: News Summary

After more than a decade as StrategyCorp’s Chairman, David MacNaughton is departing the firm, following his appointment as Canada’s next Ambassador to the United States. Over MacNaughton’s 35-year career in business and politics, he has been has been credited with shaping the public affairs industry in Canada. 

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StrategyCorp’s David MacNaughton to become Canada’s next Ambassador to the United States

Canadian business leader, David MacNaughton, selected to become Canada’s next Ambassador to the United States MacNaughton to leave his post as Chairman at StrategyCorp, a public affairs, communications, and management consulting firm, at the end of February 2016 January 16, 2016 – Toronto – David MacNaughton will

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Vital Capital

StrategyCorp’s Michael Fenn co-authors a new report from the Mowat Centre how to finance badly needed infrastructure upgrades in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Region. “Given the long inventory of projects that need funding, the recognized need for new investment and historically-low interest rates, we should

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StrategyCorp Canadian Government Quick Reference Guide

Leadership Team Staff Being Assembled The executive team behind the new Liberal government in Ottawa has largely been assembled. StrategyCorp’s quick reference guide provides an at-a-glance look at the players: Download StrategyCorp’s Quick Reference Guide – which includes Ministers, Chiefs of Staff, Parliamentary Secretaries, and Deputy Ministers

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StrategyCorp report guides Windsor through challenging economic development environment

StrategyCorp was engaged by the City of Windsor to conduct an Economic Development Delivery Strategy. The review focused on ways to improve on the existing structure using the Windsor Essex Economic Development Corporation, a regional organization that provides economic development services across the Windsor/Essex region. To complete

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