Join your fellow CPRS Manitoba members for a wrap-up of the past year’s activities, and a preview of the plans for coming year!
In 2009, the Assiniboine Park Conservancy launched a $200 million redevelopment plan to revitalize Assiniboine Park and Zoo. Join us as the Conservancy’s Lorne Perrin provides an overview of the management/development model for Assiniboine Park and Zoo, an update on the capital campaign and a progress report on completed projects as well as upcoming initiatives that will bring a new face to the park.
The student board members of CPRS Manitoba have organized a free networking event to be held at the Winnipeg Free Press News Cafe on Friday, April 13, 2012. All Red River College and University of Winnipeg Public Relations students are invited, along with CPRS Manitoba members and friends!
Scott Brown, True North Sports & Entertainment, selected as CPRS Manitoba’s Communicator of the Year. Register for the award luncheon after the jump!
Government and Social Media: Excelling in Citizen Engagement.
Guest speaker: City of Regina’s Philippe Leclerc
A patient a day. That’s how often it is estimated that someone dies in a Winnipeg hospital following an adverse event. How do you communicate these issues to patients, family, the public, media and internal audiences? Learn how Heidi Graham, the WRHA’s Director of Media Relations, handles the above at CPRS MB’s January luncheon.
CPRS Manitoba is now accepting nominations for its fifth annual Manitoba Communicator of the Year Award (MCOY). The prestigious award recognizes individuals or organizations that have demonstrated excellence in public relations and communications in business, politics, entertainment, a non-profit environment, or the community at large.
The Manitoba Recreational Trails Association is seeking a Director with a background in communications and/or marketing to join their volunteer Board of Directors.
Liz Peters will discuss why earned media and third-party relationships are so important for advocacy groups such as CAA, using the organization’s recent awareness program Back to School Safety Assessment and Texting and Driving 101, as an example.
Free The Children are looking for enthusiastic and hard working media relations volunteers to assist in their PR & Publicity team during We Day. This year is Winnipeg’s 1st We Day, occurring on Wednesday, November 23, 2011 at the MTS Centre.