In case you missed it: 3 key takeaways for communicating the opioid crisis

On Wednesday, February 28, 2018, I joined a full house of communicators gathered together to explore the opioid crisis through a panel discussion: “Humanize, don't stigmatize: communicating the overdose crisis”. Moderator Am Johal was joined by panelists Dr. Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer; Davis McKenzie, Director of Communications and Public Affairs, First Nations Health Authority; Garth Mullins, Activist, Writer, Broadcaster and Musician; and Jon Woodward, Investigative Journalist with CTV Vancouver/W5. The four panelists’ diverse backgrounds promised and delivered a dynamic discussion....more


On Thursday, December 14th, CPRS Vancouver kicked off the holiday season with a lively networking social at the Kingston Taphouse and Grille to celebrate the end of another memorable year....more

Event Recap: Content, crises, and fake news: Dan Tisch reveals ‘The Future of PR’ in Pro-D season opener

On Wednesday, October 25, in the season opener of CPRS Vancouver’s professional development series, Dan Tisch discussed the present state and future challenges facing the PR industry and those who work in it....more

Daniel Tisch To Explore The Future of PR in Professional Development Series Opener

On Wednesday, October 25, Daniel Tisch, CEO of Canada's own Argyle Public Relationships, will kick off CPRS's professional development series, with the event The Future of Public Relations. This informative talk will focus on the present and future of technological, trending, and expanding opportunities (and potential complications) within the realm of PR, as well as how industry professionals can make the most of what's around the corner in PR and communications....more

Event Recap: CPRS Vancouver Annual General Meeting and Annual Summer Social a success

On Thursday, June 15th, CPRS Vancouver held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Summer Social. This year’s event, held at The Blackbird Public House, was a success with over 50 individuals in attendance. CPRS members ranging from students to practitioners to veterans came together to develop new relationships, share ideas and catch up with each other....more