Canada Day breakfast with Ottawa 2017 organizers and Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson

Unique Value

Isabel Metcalfe knows Ottawa: Over forty years working with government has taught her how to connect with decision makers to inform policy.

When it comes to government, she knows who to talk to, what to say and how to get things done. Clients count on both her hard work and solid advice.

Drawing on her extensive experience with NGOs and national organizations, she specializes in the not for profit sector and labour movement.

Isabel is an award-winning business women and a strong advocate in the community.

Well connected, pragmatic, diligent and thorough, she’s eager to move the dial on issues and will efficiently reach out to others for expertise and assistance.

With her help, your organization will be able to demonstrate tangible results to your members.


Unique Value

Agile and Lean:

Isabel can quickly respond to both your current needs and unfolding issues, while bringing clients great value for their investment.


Isabel’s passion for good public policy and extensive expertise makes her eager to help others get results. Well respected, she partners with others to bring a professional package for your group.


From the Prime Minister’s Office to City Hall, Isabel’s experience in Ottawa spans over 40 years. Well connected, she knows where to focus efforts and how to get things done.

Isabel is always able to arrange for us to meet with the right people at the right time with the right message so that our concerns are heard. Not only that, they are scheduled in a way that really allows me to use my time efficiently.

Arden R. Ryshpan, Executive Director, Canadian Actors' Equity Association

Working for the first Aboriginal broadcaster in the world, Isabel Metcalfe has been diligent in providing us with timely advice and setting up key meetings that ensures we are well positioned in Ottawa. Whether it is seeking business opportunities, keeping us current with the Government, or advocating on issues of interest to Aboriginal producers and the network, she keeps APTN timely, focused and in the mind of key decision makers.

Jean LaRose, Chief Executive Officer, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network

Lobbying efforts pay off for musicians


Thanks to the efforts of the Canadian Federation of Musicians, airlines will now have to outline clear rules for carriage of musical instruments. Previously, there […]

Recognized by Muslim Women

Photo Credit: Tamam Ahmed Jama

The Ottawa Muslim’s Women Organization honoured Isabel Metcalfe at their annual Festival of Friendship Dinner on Sunday April 30, 2018 in Ottawa. Shortly after the […]

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