Lobbyists run gamut on international relations

The G20 and Israel, foreign restrictions on Canadian beef and child health. When it came to lobbying on international relations in 2010, government officials were approached on a variety of topics representing key aspects of Canadian foreign policy.

Trade Minister Peter Van Loan was a top lobbying target.
Lee Berthiaume
Published: Wednesday, 02/09/2011 12:00 am EST

The G20 and Israel, foreign restrictions on Canadian beef and child health. When it came to lobbying on international relations in 2010, government officials were approached on a variety of topics representing key aspects of Canadian foreign policy.

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