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View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
Thank you very much.
From your point of view, how are complaints initiated? Where are they coming from? I know you can't answer for the commissioner, but I'm sure you've got clients who perhaps explain their situation to you. If someone is doing some lobbying and they don't register, then the fact that they might have even lobbied in the first place is a bit unknown. I'm interested in knowing, from your point of view only, if this is a sort of competitor-versus-competitor type of complaint, or is there something else at play? That is one question.
The other question I have is how the average lobbyist views lobbying within the Lobbying Act. What I mean by that is, do they see it as a low-risk affair? In other words, “Oh, I see the speed limit is 80; I'm going to stay below 80 and everything should be fine.” Or do they see it as something ready to pounce on them and does it continually occupy their mind that this could backfire at any moment?
I'm wondering if you could give us a feel for their comfort level. I understand there are concerns and I understand there are some things that need to be fixed. What's the overall comfort level for the average lobbyist?
So the first thing is on the complaint and the second thing is on comfort level.
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
Let me just follow up on a point you made about Canadian lobbying versus U.S. lobbying. How would you differentiate between the two? How do you classify them?
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
It is also in their activities or their aggressiveness.
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