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Look before you leap on the bandwagon
July 02, 2020
Crisis communications managers have been challenged by issues other than COVID 19 in recent weeks. Racially-charged incidents in the of the United States have propelled almost every organization to think about its own relationships with diverse communities.
Deborah Folka, APR, FCPRS, LM
July 02, 2020
Juggling two hats: Working in health care communications during COVID-19
June 10, 2020
Although we’re not out of the woods yet, the crisis mode created by COVID-19 has subsided. Here are a few of the lessons I’ve gleaned about crisis communications.
Caeli Murray, MA, APR
June 10, 2020
Top 5 things you can do today to communicate effectively during a crisis
May 26, 2020
Here are the Top 5 things you can do today to communicate effectively during this crisis.
Jennifer Siddon
May 26, 2020
Crisis Comms and Pandemic PR: Tips from our Leaders Network
May 26, 2020
To help us navigate through these uncharted waters, CPRS Vancouver is proud to bring you a new blog series featuring wisdom and insights from our Leaders Network members.
Rashpal Rai, APR
May 26, 2020
COVID-19 Resources + The Power of Community
April 28, 2020
Tools and resources available during COVID-19.
Theodora Jean, President, CPRS Vancouver
April 28, 2020
Informing Your Pandemic Response with New Public Survey Data
April 01, 2020
The COVID-19 virus’s broad-reaching transmission over such a short period of time has been truly remarkable.
Kate Macdonell
April 01, 2020
Growing Our PR Tribe
March 03, 2020
Throw away your bashfulness and refer a colleague to join our CPRS Vancouver tribe.
March 03, 2020
Welcome to CPRS Vancouver’s new website
March 02, 2020
As the leading professional association for PR and communications practitioners, we wanted a site that reflected the high calibre of our membership. We’ve given the site a sleek, clean look, optimized it for mobile, and featured photos of our members across the site.
Johanna Ward, APR
March 02, 2020
CPRS Vancouver Board of Directors Profile: Rashpal Rai, APR
March 01, 2020
This year, Rashpal Rai will be taking on the role as the Director of Senior-Level Professional Development.
Rashpal Rai, APR
March 01, 2020
60 Years of CPRS Vancouver: AGM and Anniversary Gala
June 24, 2019
In 1959, the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) officially launched a chapter in its most western city: Vancouver. Sixty years later the chapter is going strong, and on Thursday, June 13, 2019 we celebrated its 60th anniversary milestone by honoring the past and celebrating the future of CPRS Vancouver.
Wahida Gardizi
June 24, 2019
#CPRSVAN60 Blog Series: CPRS Vancouver Circa 1959
June 05, 2019
When I started thinking about CPRS Vancouver’s 60th anniversary earlier this year, my goal was to reach out to as many people as possible who have been involved with the chapter since 1959.
Emma Shea, APR, Past President
June 05, 2019
#CPRSVAN60 Blog Series: Women Pioneers of CPRS Vancouver - Those Who Led the Way (Part 2)
May 25, 2019
PR has undergone a lot of change, and for the women who led the way in Vancouver’s PR industry, some of those evolutions are bigger than just the end of fax machines.
Carla Shore, APR FCPRS
May 25, 2019
#CPRSVAN60 Blog Series: Women Pioneers of CPRS Vancouver - Those Who Led the Way (Part 1)
May 22, 2019
We hear from Carla Shore, APR FCPRS and some amazing women pioneers involved in PR in Vancouver over the years.
Carla Shore, APR FCPRS
May 22, 2019
#CPRSVAN60 Blog Series: Enhanced Member Experiences
May 15, 2019
We hear from incoming National President and former CPRS Vancouver board member Victor Vrsnik, MCM APR FCPRS. He shares his thoughts on CPRS and his member experience.
Victor Vrsnik, MCM APR FCPRS
May 15, 2019
Communications Runs in the Family
February 25, 2019
In celebration of Family Day this month, we chatted with mother-daughter duo Amy and Alex about their passion for communications.
Paula Schütt
February 25, 2019