Lobby Wrap: Onex Corp. lobbying Ottawa on WestJet deal

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The private-equity firm seeking to purchase Canadian airline WestJet is lobbying Ottawa on the regulatory approval of the deal. Last week, Jeff Smith and Bruce Drysdale of Longview Communications and Public Affairs registered with the Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying on behalf of Toronto-based Onex Corporation. According to the identical registrations, the consultants say […]

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