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Canadian photographers on Instagram
Whether it’s a trained photographer who shares stunning works of art through an Instagram channel, or an iPhone junkie who’s a serial shoot-and-post type, there’s no question that there’s a lot of talent on Instagram. And much of that talent is grown right here in Canada. You’ll probably want to set aside an hour (or four) to comb through the Instagram feeds for our newest 10 to follow. Read More
It’s been a few weeks now since Canadians sent a clear signal to Ottawa and elected a new majority Liberal government. In the weeks since, we have reflected on some of the topical ballot-box issues—among them cyber security and defence priorities. We knew the new government would put thought into the outward projection of Canadian defence and security, but what about looking at these issues through a domestic lens? Read More
Join H+K for an exploration of the 2015 Federal Election from platform and policy reviews, to polling results and general commentary. Stay tuned as H+K’s public affairs and engagement strategies teams share regular insights, observations and reflections from the provincial campaign trail. Read More
This interview was conducted before the election. Annie is an on-air television reporter with CTV Ottawa. Prior to joining the number one local station in Ottawa, Annie was a parliamentary affairs reporter for iPolitics in Ottawa, Canada. There she received... Read More
Is the art of communication dead? As communication professionals, we sure hope not; but to make sure, we turned to our H+K Perspectives panel—a diverse 20,000-strong Canadian research community—to explore how texting and messaging are changing the communication landscape and... Read More
While the party in power has changed, the reality in which they'll govern has not. We live in an era of engagement, where the approval of individuals is more powerful than the authority of institutions. Social acceptance is now the determining factor in the success or failure of new initiatives. Read More
Hill+Knowlton launches H+K EastWest, a new consultancy offer that supports Chinese companies’ investment in Europe and the Americas. The service will be hubbed out of H+K’s London, Washington, Ottawa and Beijing offices and will provide a full range of communications services for Chinese companies with existing or planned operations in Europe and the Americas. Read More
Has anyone noticed decision paralysis, phobia of action or policy astigmatism this past decade or so? Does anyone remember an election that was based on a vision for our future and not just over deficit spending or balancing a budget? Citizens Against Virtually Everything—or, C.A.V.E.MEN. Joe Peters explores how cavemen are to blame for our state of custodial governing. Read More
In political terms, it’s known as the Wild West—and, if you want to stay in touch with B.C. politics, we've ranked the top social media leaders to follow. From press conferences to the campaign trail, breaking news to photos of a cabinet minister’s dog, these 10 journalists and 10 MLAs will give you the latest political developments. Read More
Hill+Knowlton Canada (H+K), the top-ranked public relations and public affairs firm in Canada, is pleased to announce that public engagement and strategic communications veteran Pierre Killeen has joined the firm’ s public + corporate affairs team in Ottawa as vice-president. Read More
Canadian political ads are just plain bad. Multi-million-dollar campaigns lack both budget and effort—a total advertising wasteland. Chris Davies thinks we should set the bar higher than the cynically expected when it comes to marketing campaigns that ultimately determine a nation’s trajectory. Read More
Events over the past decade have transformed reality within the security environment—and, most important—to the perceptual safety and security lens of Canadians. Ray Boisvert looks at what today's unpredictable threat environment means in the context of national security and the 2015 federal election. Read More
Boyd Neil takes a look at how organizations manage social media strategies for the wholesale digital transformation of processes and business systems—strategy trumps technology, in this case: social platforms. Solid digital theory generates mature strategies which lead to transformational social media programs. Read More