The tensions that will drive digital-first communications in 2021

by Lindsay Finneran-Gingras

Senior Vice-President, Growth Lead
January 15, 2021

The tensions that will drive digital-first communications in 2021

Looking at 2021, a theme has emerged. Rather than holistic trends driving us. We see tension points. Opposing views. Paradoxes. Conflicts. Opportunities. Need proof? Look down south where within the first week, the United States’ political tension erupted in armed conflict. These tensions are not just political. Rather, the political tensions are the result of … Read more

An Eleventh Hour Cabinet Shuffle Shifts Trudeau’s Minority Government Into Campaign Mode

You could say it began with the mystery of the mandate letters. For many following the Trudeau government’s moves closely since prorogation, the signal that there might be some Cabinet level changes was starting to flash by late November, set off by one pressing question: what is delaying the release of the government’s mandate letters … Read more

Toronto Announces Additional COVID-19 Measures for Workplaces

On January 4, 2021, Toronto Mayor John Tory and Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Eileen de Villa, announced additional measures for businesses to reduce the spread of COVID-19 within Toronto workplaces. New requirements include immediate notification of Toronto Public Health (TPH) when a business becomes aware of two or more people who test positive for … Read more

Alberta: One Thing Leads to Another

A political maelstrom uniting Albertans on the right, left and centre in anger at Premier Jason Kenney and his UCP government erupted across the province on New Year’s Day. With news that members of his government had travelled internationally during the Christmas break – despite all COVID-19 prohibitions to the contrary – Premier Jason Kenney … Read more