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Google monopoly trial kicks off, Canada public policy head steps down

News | 09/15/2023 4:48 pm EDT
Google's campus in Mountain View, California./ Photo via Wikipedia.

Colin McKay, head of Canada public policy and government relations at Alphabet Inc.’s Google, has left the company, announcing his departure in a LinkedIn post on Wednesday. 

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