Hill+Knowlton Strategies strengthens Public Affairs team with veteran news journalist Jacques Bourbeau

by H+K Canada

November 26, 2019

Hill+Knowlton Strategies strengthens Public Affairs team with veteran news journalist Jacques Bourbeau

Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K) announced today that senior national affairs journalist Jacques Bourbeau has joined its Ottawa office as an Associate with their Public Affairs team. Bourbeau was most recently Director of Broadcast News Content with Global News and previously served as Global’s Parliamentary Bureau Chief for more than a decade. He will bring his strategic … Read more

Trudeau Unveils Cabinet for Second Mandate

Nearly a month to the day after the October 21st federal election, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada, presided over the swearing-in of the federal Cabinet. Having lost only two ministers to electoral defeat – Ralph Goodale and Amarjeet Sohi, who were cast away in the Conservatives near-sweep of the … Read more

Hill+Knowlton Strategies strengthens multi-sectoral expertise with appointment of Rob Ireland

Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K), one of Canada’s leading public relations firms, is pleased to announce the appointment of Rob Ireland as Senior Vice President in the Toronto office. Rob bolsters H+K’s nation-leading expertise with 27 years of experience offering strategic counsel to clients across sectors—including finance + advisory, technology, professional services, mining, real estate and public … Read more

Ontario Fall Economic Statement 2019

Today, Finance Minister Rod Phillips introduced his first Fall Economic Statement A Plan to Build Ontario Together in the legislature. Minister Phillips highlighted the government’s accomplishments since its election 16 months ago and laid the groundwork for the government’s direction moving forward. The 2019 Ontario Fall Economic Statement strikes a balance between a commitment to … Read more

Cannabis-related items in the Ontario Fall Economic Statement (FES)

2019 has proven to be a highly volatile year for Canada’s cannabis industry.  As the euphoria of legalization began to wear off, many licensed producers have struggled to achieve profitability given the slower than expected rollout of cannabis retail storefronts in large provinces like Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia.  In fact, it now appears that … Read more