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Liam Daly

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A recent addition to Sussex, Liam is an Associate based in the Ottawa Office. His work primarily focuses on research, logistics, advocacy, and issues management as part of the Federal Government Relations team.

An experienced campaign operative and staffer, he previously worked for the Nova Scotia Liberal Caucus under Premier Stephen McNeil, specializing in research for the portfolios of Health, Justice and Transportation. Following that, he worked as a Legislative Assistant for Central Nova MP Sean Fraser on Parliament Hill.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Saint Francis Xavier University, with a major in Political Science.

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2017 Québec Budget Overview
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2017 Federal Budget Overview
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