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Tous les membres sont encouragés à se joindre à nous à l’occasion des cafés causerie de la SCRP, un nouveau forum hebdomadaire au cours duquel nous tiendrons des discussions franches au sujet d’enjeux de l’heure pour notre profession et renforcerons notre communauté pendant ces temps difficiles.


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date Animateur(s) Sujet
11 juin 2021
13 h (HE)
Table ronde : 
Claire Ryan, ARP, MCM 
Dustin Manley, MA, ARP, CMP  

Alex Sévigny, PhD, ARP- Animateur
Membres ARP – Impressions de l’examen
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Date Discussion Host Topic
April 24     
      
Victor Vrsnik, MCM, APR, FCPRS,
Senior Manager, Corporate Affairs & Business Development, 7-Eleven Canada    
 
Crisis Management of a COVID-19 Outbreak -
Recording available here. Enter password: CPRS2020!
May 1
 
Wayne Knorr, APR,
Communications Manager, City of Fredericton
 
A Municipal Perspective
Recording available here. Enter password: CPRS2020!
May 8
 
Michelle James, MA,
Business Manager, Pharmacy Association of Saskatchewan
 

Managing your organization’s social identity during COVID-19.  
Recording available here. Enter password: CPRS2020!

May 15
 
Lisa Covens, MA,
Vice-President, Communications and Public Affairs, Leger
 
Research during COVID-19
Recording available here. Enter password: CPRS2020!
May 22
 

Kim Blanchette, APR, FCPRS,
Senior Vice President and General Manager (Western Canada), Argyle Public Relationships

Mental health, employee engagement and COVID – navigating the ‘next normal’ with your team
Recording available here. Enter password: CPRS2020!

May 29
 
Matt Wood, APR
Director, Communications and Marketing, University of Northern British Columbia
 
Seeing the Crisis Before It's a Crisis
Recording available here. Enter password: CPRS2020!
June 5
 
Brigitte Stock, MA, ARP
Donor Communications, École de technologie supérieure
 
Impact of Technology in Times of COVID-19*
Recording available here.  Enter password: CPRS2020!
June 12
 
Cam McAlpine, APR,
Principal, Earnscliffe Strategy Group
 
This Changes Everything: The Communicator’s Role in the Coming Second Wave
Recording available here.  Enter password: CPRS2020!
June 19
Kiki Cloutier, Interim Executive Director, CPRS National

Open Members Forum! Bring your ideas to this hour chat.
June 26
Daniel Tisch, APR, FCPRS, President & CEO, The Argyle Group
 

Ready for the Recovery? Argyle’s post-pandemic playbook to build brand & reputation
Recording available here.  Enter password: CPRS2020!
 
June 30
Arefeh Ghane, future communicator, currently studying in the BPR program at Humber College in Toronto
 
#BlackLivesMatter: An overview of the PR response. This conversation will build from Arefeh's latest post on her blog Generation PR.
Recording available here.  Enter password: CPRS2020!

*Session will be conducted in French.