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Power & Influence bigger, better

When it comes to power and influence in Ottawa, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, considered one of the most powerful prime ministers in Canadian history, is, of course, at the top of the heap. A handful of Cabinet ministers also have significant power and influence, but there are many federal bureaucrats, political staffers, lobbyists, provincial politicians, and members of the media who need to be included in the wielders of power and influence in the federal scene.

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Power & Influence bigger, better

When it comes to power and influence in Ottawa, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, considered one of the most powerful prime ministers in Canadian history, is, of course, at the top of the heap. A handful of Cabinet ministers also have significant power and influence, but there are many federal bureaucrats, political staffers, lobbyists, provincial politicians, and members of the media who need to be included in the wielders of power and influence in the federal scene.

  

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Friday, March 27, 2015
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Ed Broadbent
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Broadbent Institute executive director Rick Smith
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