CPRS Vancouver announces winners of 2021 Prestige Awards

Vancouver, BC – The Canadian Public Relations Association – Vancouver Chapter (CPRS-Vancouver) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 PRestige Awards program.

The program, which is open to both members and non-members, was initiated to recognize excellence in public relations and communications, and will be expanded in future years to highlight the outstanding work in our region.

CPRS Vancouver President Tanya Colledge, APR, says the awards program is a way to recognize top public relations and communications talent in Vancouver—an industry whose importance has truly been highlighted during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The PRestige Awards is our opportunity to not only recognize communications expertise in Vancouver but elevate the importance of ethical practice and our industry as a whole,” says Colledge. “Congratulations to all of this year’s winners, whose projects exemplify best practice and creativity in our profession.”

2021 PRestige Award winners:

Best digital communications campaign

BRONZE: Fraser Health –  ‘Using real case data and infographics to convey COVID-19 transmission risk in three superspreader scenarios’

SILVER: BC Housing -– ‘BC Temporary Rental Supplement’

Best employee engagement or internal communications campaign

GOLD: Provincial Health Services Authority – ‘COVID-19 staff information campaign for health-care workers’

For more information: https://www.cprsvancouver.com/Awards 

CPRS-Vancouver, founded in 1958, is a networking and professional development organization serving public relations and communications practitioners in British Columbia, with a specific focus on Metro Vancouver.