Wait, isn't lobbying shady?


Lobbying only sounds like a bad word because of those who are popularly associated with it, like tobacco or fossil fuel companies, and stories and portrayals of how they get their way. With good controls, with transparency and accountability, lobbying is a natural and, dare we say, potentially noble component of a functioning democracy. That’s why our parents and grandparents have been doing it for decades. 

“Yes, Canadian governments need to make younger people a priority. I want a Canada that works for all generations."

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Lobbying: is it all about shady dealings or can it be a noble pursuit?
Wait, isn't lobbying shady?
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