If businesses want to stop being seen as the enemy, they need to up their advocacy game
By Tim PowersMay. 1, 2019
Corporate leaders need to play a consistent, open role in daily political discourse, like smart unions and environmental bodies do. And that’s not as simple as aligning with one party.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer was criticized last week when The Globe and Mail reported he met with oil-industry executives at a private meeting in Alberta to map out ways to get rid of Justin Trudeau's Liberal government. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—Last week, The Globe and Mail brought to life the story of a number of oil industry leaders who had met in Alberta with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and senior Conservative activists.
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The Liberals will be under attack from all sides in the next election campaign, but Liberals say they have a good story to tell and some say they need to sharpen up their communications strategy before it's too late.