The Manitoba Chapter of the Canadian Public Relations Society is pleased to announce Red River College (RRC) and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) as the 2016 recipients of the Manitoba Communicator of the Year Award (MCOY). The MCOY Award is the most prestigious public relations and communications award in Manitoba and honours practitioners who lead the way in innovation, resourcefulness and creativity.
RRC won the large campaign category for its work on a communications campaign that supported a province-wide initiative to strengthen the brand of RRC, while creating stronger strategic relationships with their key publics that included: alumni, industry partners, and business. The CMHR won the small campaign category for a communications campaign that promoted its new exhibit, “The Witness Blanket,” which coincided with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s final report.
And now, you can get your early bird tickets to the CPRS Manitoba MCOY Gala!
The CPRS Manitoba MCOY Gala will be held at the WAG on the evening of May 4, 2016. Tickets can be purchased online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2016-manitoba-communicator-of-the-year-award-gala-tickets-24492188796.
Interested in partnering with CPRS Manitoba to promote your organization through our networks?
There are a number of sponsorship options available for the MCOY event that get noticed by the best and brightest in the public relations business in Manitoba. For more information on sponsorship, please contact the MCOY Jury Chair at MCOY@cprs.mb.ca
CPRS Manitoba gratefully thanks the MCOY selection committee, which this year was comprised of senior CPRS Manitoba members and public relations professionals of Jason Permanand (CPRS Manitoba past-president), Breanne Talbot (CPRS Manitoba member), Gail Granger (CPRS Manitoba member), and Dan Hurley (CPRS Vancouver Island president). The jury was chaired by Conor Lloyd, CPRS Manitoba vice-president.