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Media Advisory - Municipal Affairs Expert Available to Comment During Election


Media Advisory - Municipal Affairs Expert Available to Comment During Election

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Hill+Knowlton Strategies municipal practice lead Kim Wright will be available for comment throughout the municipal election period.

TORONTO, July 25, 2018 /CNW/ - With the nominations for the Ontario municipal elections closing on Friday, July 27, voters and political observers are now focusing on the October 22 election.

Kim Wright, VP Public Affairs, will be available throughout the campaign to discuss the following:

  • Campaign analysis for Toronto, Greater Toronto Hamilton Area (GTHA), and other major Ontario municipalities
  • Priority issues during the campaign
  • How the federal and provincial governments' agendas are influencing the municipal election
  • Impact that formal and informal third parties have on the campaigns
  • Transition from campaigning to governing


Kim Wright (Toronto):  Kim oversees the municipal affairs practice at Hill+Knowlton Strategies. Kim has been a leader in municipal government relations and stakeholder engagement since 2005, providing senior level counsel to clients across multiple industries. She levers deep knowledge about the processes and practices of the municipal sector, its related agencies and school boards, as well as intergovernmental affairs considerations to achieve client goals. Her expertise is not limited to one level of government—her political experience spans more than 25 years at the federal, provincial and municipal levels.  

About Hill+Knowlton Strategies' public affairs practice
Governments have a profound impact on the way business is conducted. We'll help ensure you're prepared for this ever-changing landscape and equipped to meaningfully affect government decisions and processes. Our team understands both the decision-makers and the decision-making process. We have served alongside prime ministers and premiers, at the executive branches of the public service and the Canadian Armed Forces—and, as elected officials ourselves. Our strategic counsel and programs manage internal and external debates through compelling, strategically delivered arguments—often using social media, key stakeholder and influencer outreach, and media relations. We fuse traditional and digital communications techniques with political acumen to develop campaigns that position issues that merit popular support—allowing decision-makers to understand its rational, emotional and political strengths.


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