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Opposition MPs say conflict of interest in Heritage office

Briefs | 06/15/2017 5:26 pm EDT
Leslie Church./Via LinkedIn

Alphabet Inc.’s Google Canada lobbied Leslie Church, its former communications head and now chief of staff to Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly, on several occasions this year, meetings that are being criticized by Opposition MPs.

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