Hill+Knowlton Strategies adds to its Toronto public affairs team

by H+K Canada

March 7, 2012

Hill+Knowlton Strategies adds to its Toronto public affairs team

Shabnum Durrani brings years of health and stakeholder relations experience to the role Toronto, ON – March 7, 2012 –Hill+Knowlton Strategies Canada, the country’s top-ranked PR firm, continues to bolster its health expertise with the addition of Shabnum Durrani to its Toronto public affairs team. A lawyer with a wealth of health experience in both the … Read more

Hill+Knowlton Strategies launches its election predictor in Alberta

Power of prediction available on-the-go with iPhone and BlackBerry apps Calgary, AB, March 29, 2012 – Hill+Knowlton Strategies’ (H+K) interactive online election predictor has made a return for the upcoming Alberta provincial election. Available online at predictor.hkstrategies.ca, the predictor allows politicos to become armchair campaign strategists and takes the guesswork out of the punditry game … Read more

2012 Ontario Budget

March 27, 2012, Toronto, ON – Today, finance minister Dwight Duncan tabled the McGuinty government’s ninth budget and its first since returning with a minority government in the Ontario Legislature. Here are some initial thoughts from the public affairs team at Hill+Knowlton Strategies Canada.

Infographic – navigating the digital wasteland

There are over 1.9 billion people online worldwide according to the recent Digital Life survey, published by TNS Canada. It’s a massive number but make no mistake—not all Internet users are created equal. Hill+Knowlton Strategies will be diving deep into the Digital Life survey in the weeks to come, providing an exclusive look at these … Read more

Don’t judge ‘til the sermon’s over

Once again, a respected journalist has made the mistake of putting Prime Minister Harper in an ideological box. In “Conservatives preach the gospel but forget the chapters,” the Globe and Mail’s Jeffrey Simpson bemoans what he sees as the failure of North America’s conservatives to govern according to the ideological trinity of small government, lower … Read more

Hill+Knowlton Stratégies welcomes advisors and directors to Québec City office

Three new public and government affairs experts join well-known public affairs team Québec City, March 19, 2012 – H+K Stratégies is pleased to announce the arrival of Jean-Yves Julien, Marcel R. Tremblay and Martin Briand as special health and pharmaceutical advisor, special advisor, and public and government affairs director, respectively, at its Québec City office. … Read more

Hill+Knowlton Strategies expands Ottawa communications team

Two senior-level appointments strengthen company’s integrated expertise Ottawa, ON – March 14, 2012 – Mike Coates, president and CEO of Hill+Knowlton Strategies Canada, the country’s top-ranked PR and government relations firm, is pleased to announce two vice-president appointments in the Ottawa communications practice. David Rodier has been promoted and Mike Storeshaw will join the company on March 19. Well-known … Read more

Focus on political risk and government relations

Our president and CEO Mike Coates and our general counsel Terra Rebick were recently invited to contribute an exclusive piece to Director Journal, the official print publication of the Institute of Corporate Directors. The focus of this feature was political risk and specifically, the steps that organizations can use to combat political risk and strategically … Read more