Lobby Services

We offer SOLUTIONS for your organization – plain and simple. Our reputation as ethical lobbyists is well-established and is supported by our ethical engagement process. We offer engagement on a sliding scale through both a regular retainer program and on a per-project based system rather than through the contingency model employed by other lobbyists. With this solid contractual footing, we are able to maintain good rapport and offer solutions for your organization. We are problem solvers, advisors and counselors. We can build your capacity and restore or enhance your reputation to take full advantage of current opportunities.

Our services include:

  • Developing and implementing a detailed government relations plan with clear objectives;
  • Developing effective and consistent messaging specifically tailored for elected officials, partner stakeholders, and other key decision-makers;
  • Identifying and building relationships with relevant power brokers including elected representatives and their key support staff, public service, and political influencers;
  • Providing support in meetings and other communications with relevant power brokers;
  • Generating awareness and educating relevant stakeholders about key topics;
  • Monitoring and advising on the pursuit of any relevant funding envelopes and deadlines;
  • Monitoring and advising on any relevant legislative debates, emerging issues, and policy/regulation changes;
  • A subscription to our bi-weekly newsletter, The News from Alberta Counsel, containing stories from legislation and policy, committee debates, the civil service, as well as profiles of political influencers, party updates and events;
  • Providing ongoing political, media, public opinion and sector intelligence and analysis including public service changes and cabinet shuffles; and
  • Political auditing, lobby training, and grassroots campaigning as individual products or part of a retainer package.

Synergy Project


Enacting Synergy. Synergy is defined as the exact opposite of group think. The pitfalls involved when groups make decisions, acting alone, are difficult to avoid. Challenges arise like self-rationalization, peer pressure, stereotyping, deference to authority, and individual opinion censorship. We act as the independent third party to help point out drawbacks, consequences, or issues before they occur — using the strengths of various entities that, when combined, produce an effect far greater than the sum of their separate efforts. We work with coalitions interested in the same issues to help achieve intended results.