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Doyle Lindsay, Public Policy and Government Relations, Google Canada

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Lindsay Doyle

Public Policy and Government Relations, Google Canada

Advisory Board
Master of Public Policy Program

Biography

Lindsay Doyle is the Manager for Public Policy and Government Relations at Google Canada. She is passionate about tech policy and supporting the industry's broader efforts to promote economic growth, innovation and most importantly, user trust and safety. She brings over a decade of public policy, government relations and public affairs experience to her role. 

Prior to joining Google, she was a senior consultant at a boutique firm in Ottawa. In her practice, Lindsay was a strategic advisor to clients tackling regulatory issues at the municipal, provincial and federal level in areas like tech, infrastructure and defence. She also served for a number of years as Press Secretary for a leading global defence and security conference in Halifax. 

Lindsay's passion for politics began in university, while working on a federal leadership campaign in 2006. This experience brought her to Parliament Hill in Ottawa, where she worked for the Leader of the Official Opposition. Following her time on the Hill, Lindsay worked at Global Affairs Canada, focused on Canada's ambitious and simultaneous delivery of the G8 and G20 summits in Toronto and Muskoka. She later served as a weekly political commentator for the CBC, Global News, CTV and CPAC, providing analysis on leadership campaigns, general elections and everything in between. 

Lindsay graduated from Trinity College at the University of Toronto with a degree in International Relations and Political Science, while working as a researcher at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy.