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There were kudos aplenty floating around the #ONpoli Twittersphere this week once returning Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne shuffled her cabinet. However, as the "congratulations" and "congrats" flew long and loose, Premier Wynne was actually NOT the cabinet minister who received... Read More
What actually happens on Election Day from a party perspective is a mystery to most. So we decided to give you the inside scoop from someone who really knows what’s going on. H+K’s very own Shabnum Durrani is running Election... Read More
The 2014 A.T. Kearney Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Confidence Index report was published recently. Contrary to the impression in some circles, it does not appear that Canada’s track record of stringent investment reviews is having a negative impact on how... Read More
The Ontario election campaign hit a milestone Tuesday with the televised Leaders’ debate, and its impact will be felt well beyond the province’s borders. There were some memorable moments in the debate, including an apology from Premier Wynne for her... Read More
The leaders’ debate is usually the watershed moment of an election campaign. Tonight, the provincial party leaders will be given an opportunity to address a large public audience, promote their election platforms and highlight the weak spots of their opponents.... Read More
H+K VP and national director of campaign strategy Stephen Carter contributed the following blog post to the Calgary Herald, originally published on June 2, 2014. The race for PC leader has started. And, true to form, a poll has been released... Read More
The twelve-week spring session of the BC legislature concluded Thursday evening, May 29. This session was the longest continuous sitting of the legislature since 2012. The governing BC Liberals demonstrated poise and confidence, emboldened by the leadership transition of the... Read More
Every three to four months or thereabouts, a social movement takes off on Facebook or Twitter and pundits and social scientists begin another round of questioning about what digital activism accomplishes at the end of the day. The #BringBackOurGirls campaign... Read More