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Event Recap: Maintaining Balance: Mental Health and Resiliency in the PR Sector
March 11, 2020
Members of the PR community came together on February 19, 2020 to learn about maintaining balance and building resiliency from a panel of experts convened by CPRS Vancouver.
Tatiane Procopio
March 11, 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
New Event: Introduction to Videography for Communicators
February 12, 2020
As communicators, we all use storytelling to help disseminate our client or organization’s message to help them reach their business goals. Are you curious to learn more about how to elevate the delivery through the art of videography?
CPRS Vancouver
February 12, 2020
Event Recap – Sea to Sky Gondola Cable Cut: A Community Comes Together
February 07, 2020
CPRS Vancouver hosted its first event in Squamish on Jan. 30, 2020 and it was a great success!
Johanna Ward, APR
February 07, 2020
No Good Deed Dilemma: The Temptation to Tell
January 21, 2020
I’m in healthcare PR and along with my front-line colleagues have been grappling with the scourge of fentanyl for years ... Recently, I’ve learned something about this person that, if made public, would almost certainly force their resignation. It’s personal, not illegal, but getting this elected official ...
Deborah Folka, APR, FCPRS, LM
January 21, 2020
7th Annual BC Communications Forum
January 08, 2020
Professional development should be part of your PIP, growth/development plan or personal plan. As communicators we need to be able to speak factually and confidently about matters pertaining not only to the practice of communications but to matters impacting the organization or business we work within.
CPRS Vancouver
January 08, 2020
CPRS Vancouver - Membership Benefits
January 08, 2020
As we enter 2020, many of us are thinking about our careers and plans for the year (and decade) ahead. At CPRS, we’re proud advocates of the highest professional standards in public relations and communications management since 1948–so we have six decades of experience to help you in your next steps.
Paula Schütt & Nicole Alivojvodic
January 08, 2020
#ICYMI: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of #ELXN43
December 03, 2019
When the results rolled in from Canada’s 2019 federal election, CPRS Vancouver convened a panel of experts to review the campaigns and analyze which strategies worked well, which ones fell a little flat and which ones were just flat-out bad.
Nicole Alivojvodic
December 03, 2019
#ICYMI: CPRS Speaker Series - Breaking Bud
November 25, 2019
It’s now been over a year since Canada made history becoming the largest federal jurisdiction on the planet to legalize cannabis consumption. This massive policy shift legitimized a Canadian industry estimated to be worth $5 billion by 2021, while it simultaneously launched strict promotional and packaging...
Nicole Alivojvodic
November 25, 2019
No Good Deed Dilemma: Responsible Gaming ... Really?
November 06, 2019
I am very tempted to take this job, which offers me significantly more money and opportunity than my current role, but I’m not sure I can fully embrace the philosophy of “responsible gaming.” Should I ignore my qualms and just concentrate on the good that can be done with the money generated?
Deborah Folka, APR, FCPRS, LM
November 06, 2019
The Mentorship Program is Coming Soon!
November 05, 2019
Being a CPRS member has many benefits, but did you know that you can participate in the mentorship program at no extra cost? Whether you are a new or senior Public Relations practitioner, being a mentor or mentee is a wonderful opportunity to enhance your career while building professional relationships an...
Paula Schütt
November 05, 2019
#ICYMI: CPRSIPS - Pee and Poo: Metro Vancouver's Unflushables PR Campaign
October 18, 2019
The Unflushables campaign was originally launched in 2017 to remind Lower Mainland citizens about what can and cannot be flushed. It was an effort to help municipalities reduce the dollars (in the $100,000’s!) spent de-clogging regional pump stations and replacing damaged equipment annually.
Paula Schütt
October 18, 2019
No Good Deed Dilemma: Potential PR Party Pooper
September 10, 2019
I don’t know what to do. On the one hand, there doesn’t seem to be any real harm in what he did…but on the other hand, has he done it before, will he do it again and what is my obligation to my employer, his employer and to our long-standing business relationship?
Deborah Folka, APR, FCPRS, LM
September 10, 2019
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