It’s Membership Month at CPRS, and to celebrate, we’re offering new members the chance to win. If you join CPRS in March, you’ll be entered to win a complimentary registration for ENGAGEMENT + IMPACT, CPRS’ 2015 national conference in Montreal, valued at $1525. You’ll also automatically receive a 12 month subscription to PRSA’s Public Relations Tactics newspaper.
Outgoing president Jason Permanand chaired the Annual General Meeting on May 22, 2014, which was attended by former chapter presidents, members, and outgoing and incoming board members.
Changes to the by-laws were approved. Revisions were previously made to the chapter’s by-laws to strengthen governance and align with recent changes made by CPRS National’s by-laws.
Our goal for the year was similar to years previous: to demonstrate CPRS Manitoba is the leading organization for public relations and communications professionals in the province. We always aim to foster the professional interests of our members, while promoting and advocating for our profession as a whole. The principal ways we have aimed to achieve our goal are by delivering value to our members through quality professional development events, good member communications, and by promoting the added value of being members of a national organization.
To view our 2013/2014 annual report, please click here.
The 2014 CPRS Manitoba Nominating Committee is looking for strong and enthusiastic public relations professionals to lead our Manitoba chapter.
The CPRS Manitoba board is a working team, dedicated to bringing professional development and networking opportunities to our members and communications and public relations practitioners in the province.
The Manitoba Chapter of the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) is pleased to announce Jason Syvixay, Managing Director of the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ, as the recipient of the 2014 Manitoba Communicator of the Year Award (MCOY).
It’s Membership Month at CPRS and there is no better time than now to join and save!
If you join in March, you’ll automatically receive a 12-month subscription to PRSA’s Public Relations Tactics newspaper, courtesy of CPRS. You’ll also be eligible to win free admission to an upcoming lunch-and-learn event, courtesy of CPRS Manitoba. One lucky winner will be drawn from all new members joining in March 2014!
ASCEND 2014, the CPRS National Summit, is your chance to “take it up a notch” and enhance your public relations skills with workshops, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities with industry professionals from across Canada.
The summit takes place May 25-27, 2014 at the beautiful Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Banff, Alberta. For more information on the event, visit the ASCEND 2014 website here.
Take advantage of early bird pricing and register before January 24, 2014!
Join us as Shirley fills our heads with public relations horror stories. She’ll highlight the good, the bad and the ugly from some of her real life crisis communications examples.
This is a rescheduled event.
Nominations are now open for the 7th annual Manitoba Communicator of the Year (MCOY) award.
The MCOY award honours Manitoba leaders in business, political, non-profit and community organizations whose efforts in the past one or two years have resulted in greater understanding of a specific issue, successful promotion of a cause, expert management of a crisis, or public’s acceptance of an organization’s mandate.