The Mentorship Program is coming soon!

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 and exchanging knowledge and experience with a fellow PR professional....more

#ICYMI: cPRsips - Pee & Poo: Metro Vancouver's Unflushables PR Campaign

In our last cPRsips, held on October 2 at the downtown Joey Bentall, attendees had the opportunity to learn from Larina Lopez, Division Manager and Shellee Ritzman, External Communications, Corporate Communications at Metro Vancouver about the dirty details of the viral (and wildly successful) Unflushables PR Campaign....more

Event recap: #HumboldtStrong - Crisis Communications Lessons of an Unthinkable Tragedy

In the final Speaker Series event of the season, held on May 2nd at the SFU GoldCorp Centre for the Arts, attendees heard from Grant Bastedo, the Principal of Takt Communications Agency, and the communications lead behind the scenes the most talked about crises in recent memory: the Humboldt Broncos tragedy....more

#CPRSVAN60 SERIES: Launching CPRS Vancouver into the Digital Age

This year marks CPRS Vancouver’s 60th anniversary. To honour this milestone, we’ve launched #CPRSVAN60, an initiative focused on highlighting some of the amazing work and talented professionals that have contributed to CPRS Vancouver over the last six decades....more

Media Relations and its Challenges in an Era of Fractured Journalism

In our last Speaker Series event, held on March 14th at the SFU downtown campus, attendees had the opportunity to learn from Kathleen Reid, one of BC's top tech industry communicators and Founder of Switchboard PR Agency, about the challenges media relations professionals face in an era of fractured journalism....more