Larry Malloy brings over 40 years experience in and with governments at the federal, provincial and municipal levels. As a strategic communications and government relations consultant, he worked with a wide range of international and national clients framing policy initiatives and opportunities. Clients represented industries from renewable energy to aerospace; medical & educational institutions; and cultural & entertainment associations.
A native of Ottawa, Larry has been very active in the community helping shape policies and decisions while serving on various boards including the Executive Committees of the Boards of the Ottawa Congress Centre & Ottawa International Airport Authority; Community representative on the Board of the Bruyere Hospital (Sisters of Charity Health Services (Ottawa)); the Advisory Boards of the Ottawa Ice-Storm Relief Committee, the Eastern Ontario Ice-Storm Relief Committee; and as a development advisor to the President of the Dominican University College.
On the Ottawa Airport Authority Board, Larry established with the Government of Ontario a new regulatory regime for airports regarding Payments-In-Lieu-of-Taxes (PILT), which provided the financial stability required to support financing of the expansion projects at Ottawa and other Ontario airports.
As consultant to the Canadian film industry, Larry helped develop the Ontario Film & Television Tax Credit with the Government of Ontario. Implemented In the 1st Harris Budget (1995), the Credit was established as a model for Canada, and is still successful after 24 years.
Now retired, Larry began his political association as Ministerial Chief of Staff in the Ontario Ministries of Industry & Tourism, and Municipal Affairs & Housing. In these roles he was actively engaged in the development of major Ontario initiatives including the creation of Hospitality Schools at community colleges, and the oversight and implementation of various non-profit housing policies.
Prior to retirement, he served as Chief of Staff to the Minister of Foreign Affairs & International Trade, Asia-Pacific Gateways & Vancouver Olympics. Oversight included the role of Ministerial staff in the negotiation of the US-Canada Softwood Lumber Agreement (SLA) and several International Free Trade Agreements including the opening discussions with the European Union.