Lobbyists to mingle at Back to Parliament networking event Sept. 13
Sep. 12, 2018
Shaw communications corporate affairs director Alayne Crawford and Navigator associate principal Andrew Balfour at a GRIC event last year. The Government Relations Institute of Canada is hosting a fall social on Sept. 13. The Hill Times file photograph
As we look to Parliament returning on Sept. 17, the Government Relations Institute of Canada is hosting a Back to Parliament networking shindig on Sept. 13 at Tavern on the Hill, in Major’s Hill Park.
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