Ensight is a strategic partnership of Canada’s leading communications and public affairs firms – Enterprise and Navigator.

Who We Are  What We Do

Our approach to helping you is straight forward. We know that there’s more to meeting your objectives than just making the right connections. Shaping public policy requires a deep understanding of the complex Ottawa landscape and the decision makers within it.

A home for Ensight’s second decade

More than ten years ago, Navigator and Enterprise launched Ensight with a vision to offer clients something truly unique: a federal public affairs office in Ottawa backed by the strength of two of Canada’s leading public affairs and communications companies.

The vision became reality, and now Ensight is growing again with new hires, here in Ottawa, and access to more than 100 colleagues in Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara, Regina, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and London, UK.

On January 29th, we’ll open our doors at a new location at 50 O’Connor Street (the Sun Life Financial Centre,) right across the street from our current office, but a world away in terms of a giving us a fresh work space with room to welcome an expanding list of clients, colleagues and community friends.

Steps from Parliament Hill, our new home also includes a new, architecturally integrated O-Train station making it one of only two downtown buildings with a direct connection to the new Light Rail.

We’re ready for the future in every way!

Please note our new address:

50 O’Connor Street

Suite 605

Ottawa, ON  K1P 6L2

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