We questioned whether or not this created a conflict of interest or the appearance of a conflict of interest for the Financial Post.
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Was there an attempt to leverage benefit from the reporter's access to the media via her associations with various communications companies?
BlueSky Communications advertises that they "secure regular media coverage" for their clients and that Deveau was a member of their team who (up until this week) "is able to deliver an effective piece that will meet your business objectives."
This certainly appears to be exactly what the article in the Financial Post did for Invis - Team Rob Regan-Pollack.
Why has Deveau suddenly been deleted from the BlueSky Communications website?
And doesn't the Financial Post owe it's readers an explanation for exactly what happened here?
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