Former Agricultural Land Commission chair and chief executive officer Kirk Miller has gotten into the government relations business. Today, John Moonen announced Mr. Miller, who retired from the commission in June 2005, has joined his firm. But, in an interview with Public Eye, Mr. Miller clarified he won't personally be lobbying the government. Instead, he'll be "working with John giving strategic advice on land and local government issues." Also joining John Moonen and Associates Ltd. is former ministerial aide Colin Doylend. According to the firm's Website, Mr. Doylend, who departed the legislative precincts this past September, has "excellent contacts amongst both elected officials and bureaucrats, as well as key stakeholders" in the education, aboriginal relations, tourism and sport sectors.
November 15, 2006