Exemptions Granted under the Lobbying Act

The Lobbying Act gives the Commissioner of Lobbying the authority to exempt an individual from the five-year prohibition on lobbying if that exemption would not be contrary to the purposes of the Act. The Act also requires that every exemption and the Commissioner's reasons for it must be made public. As a result, when an exemption is granted by the Commissioner, the decision and the reasons for it will be posted without delay on the OCL website.

Exemptions granted under the Lobbying Act.
Name: Date: Exemption number:
Brodhagen, Amanda 2014-10-28 201415-002-E
Morrison, William 2014-04-30 201415-001-E
Sims, Elliot 2014-01-28 201314-007-E
del Rio, Austin 2013-11-27 201314-006-E
MacDonald, Nicholas 2013-10-08 201314-005-E
Lavelle-Tuns, Patrick 2013-10-08 201314-004-E
King, Daniel 2013-09-25 201314-003-E
Harris, Patrick 2013-07-11 201314-002-E
Singer, Ben 2013-04-02 201314-001-E
Pierce, Jeffrey 2013-03-01 201213-004-E
Taylor, Meredith 2013-01-29 201213-003-E
Burbidge, Matthew 2012-12-21 201213-002-E
Johnson, Conrad 2012-04-16 201213-001-E
Langille, Jonas 2012-01-24 201112-001-E
Georgsen, Samantha 2010-12-01 201011-001-E
Henwood, Jeff 2010-03-22 200910-001-E
Brosens, Mark 2009-03-26 200809-002-E
Bujold, Guy 2008-11-05 200809-001-E

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