Seasoned expert promoted to lead service offering at H+K

by H+K Canada

September 30, 2013

Seasoned expert promoted to lead service offering at H+K

David Rodier now group leader of new Ottawa-based public sector communications group OTTAWA, ON (September 30, 2013)  Hill+Knowlton Strategies Canada (H+K)—the country’s top-rated public relations and public affairs firm—is pleased to announce the promotion of David Rodier to group leader of its public sector communications group, effective immediately. “With more than 20 years’ experience providing … Read more

Q+A – Senior reporter and columnist Mario Toneguzzi

+1 What do you read to keep current on the latest trends and news? I tend to look at various newspaper websites throughout the day and have Google alerts set up on my email for many different topics that I either cover or am interested in for both professional and personal reasons. I also listen … Read more

Former journalist Jonathan Fowlie joins the Hill+Knowlton Strategies Vancouver office

VANCOUVER, B.C. (September 24, 2013) Hill+Knowlton Strategies Canada (H+K)—the country’s No. 1-rated public and government relations company—today announced the appointment of former journalist Jonathan Fowlie to its growing Vancouver office. With more than 10 years of reporting experience for newspapers including the Vancouver Sun, Fowlie brings a new perspective to H+K’s integrated communications and government relations … Read more

Performance under pressure

Peter Hunt, our national practice leader – energy, was quoted in this recent article from CIM Magazine about shifting public opinion on future projects in the Alberta oil sands. “I think I have a fantastic job,” declares Erika Uchmanowicz, community relations advisor at BP Canada, as she smiles at the camera. While the Sault Ste. … Read more

Q+A – Ashley Rowe from CTV Toronto News

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Q+A – Derek Malcolm from Connected magazine

+1 What do you read to keep current on the latest trends and news? Where do I start? Between my smartphone, tablet and desktop, and mostly via Twitter and some RSS feeds, I’m basically bombarded by every nerdy tech and tech culture feed imaginable. It’s borderline unhealthy, if you ask my wife. For tech, I … Read more

A political quagmire – The fall session of the Ontario legislature begins

  What’s Happening Government inertia at Queen’s Park is at its worst in living memory. After years of uncertainty, scandal, political gamesmanship, mounting debt and drift, little productive work is getting done. For example, the number of laws enacted in the two years following the 2011 election has dropped by ¾ and ⅔ compared to … Read more

The death of the tweetup?

Back in 2009 before Twitter became mainstream, tweetups were a popular in-person meet-up for people organized on Twitter. While Twitter was still relatively new, tweetups were a forum for those early adopters looking to connect offline. As Twitter’s popularity started to rise, and influencers in the social media space began to emerge, tweetups became a … Read more