Robin Sears

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Robin Sears is a veteran communications, marketing and public affairs adviser with experience on three continents for public- and private-sector clients. Sears joined the Earnscliffe Strategy Group, relocating to Ottawa in 2012. Sears had been a partner at Navigator and Ensight Ltd since 2004. As a public affairs consultant, Sears has worked on Merger and acquisition transactions in transportation, finance, and resources, and on reputation management projects in healthcare, retail, and in the film and television industry, amongst others.

Sears acted as spokesman for Brian Mulroney.[1]

Sears began his career as News Editor under Moses Znaimer at the launch of CITY-TV in Toronto in 1972. He attended Trent University, but left to pursue his political career before graduation. He is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business AMP program. He is married to Dr. Robin Harris and father to one son, Matthew. His father Val Sears was an editor of the Toronto Star. Colin Cameron M.P., his maternal grandfather, was a founder of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation party.

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  1. ^ "Mulroney spokesperson registers as lobbyist for him". The Gazette. 5 February 2008. Retrieved 31 August 2010.