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Nova Scotia RCMP conclude investigation into unregistered lobbying

On July 4, 2018, Halifax District RCMP received a complaint of unregistered lobbying alleged to have taken place in Halifax in March 2018.​

The Nova Scotia RCMP Provincial Commercial Crime Section began an investigation which determined there was no evidence of lobbying and the investigation concluded without charges.

Lobbyists in Nova Scotia are required to be registered with Service Nova Scotia in accordance with the Nova Scotia’s Lobbyists Registration Act.

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Source : Media Release

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