Bruce Young heads up the Vancouver, British Columbia office of Earnscliffe Strategy Group.
After completing a degree in political science at the University of British Columbia Young worked former cabinet minister David Dingwall "before running campaign workshops across Canada to prepare Liberal riding associations for the 1997 election." 
He then worked as the director of government relations in Ottowa for Bell Canada. He subsequently established the Vancouver office of Hill & Knowlton. The George Straight reported that Young worked "for a coalition supporting privatized health care, for the fish-farming industry through the British Columbia Salmon Farmers Association, and for major corporations like Bell Canada and Via Rail". 
After Paul Martin was elected as the leader of the Liberal Party, Young was appointed "senior special advisor (B.C.), prime minister's office". Writing in The Georgia Strait, Bill Tieleman noted that Youngs appointment was challenged in February 2004 by NDP member of parliament, Bev Desjarlais.
Tieleman noted that Young returned to Vancouver to "establish an Earnscliffe Strategy Group office in Vancouver."
- "Sandra Stoddart-Hansen Promoted to Vice-President and General Manager of Hill & Knowlton's BC operations", Press Release, Hill & Knowlton (British Columbia), December 4, 2003.
- "Bruce Young: Consultant to the Liberal Party of Canada", accessed cached version January 2005.
- Bill Tieleman, "Political Connections: Goodies for Sycophants, Blowhards: Can't hold down a job", Political Connections, The Georgia Straight (British Columbia), December 23, 2004.