Matters of Opinion 2017: Canada skews digital (#MattersOfOpinion)

Matters of Opinion 2017: Canada skews digital (#MattersOfOpinion)

If we told you in 2005 (the year Facebook launched in Canada) that roughly six in 10 Canadians would check Facebook at least once every day a decade later, you wouldn’t have believed us. Just two years ago, 12% of Canadians reported social media (all platforms...
Digital public affairs roundup: September 16, 2016

Digital public affairs roundup: September 16, 2016

Online abuse, fake news, Cancon, emergency preparedness, CEOs, Q&As and paywalled podcasts…. seven must-reads for digital public affairs practitioners. Instagram tackles online abuse, bullying with new text filters Hundreds of “deplorable words” in dozens of...
Digital public affairs roundup: September 9, 2016

Digital public affairs roundup: September 9, 2016

Emergency communications, blowback, becoming a media brand, ad-targeting, political views and power players… seven must-reads for digital public affairs practitioners. Looking Back and Looking Forward: the Future of Public Safety Communications in the Post 9/11...
Digital public affairs roundup: September 2, 2016

Digital public affairs roundup: September 2, 2016

It’s hard to believe the summer mindset wraps up this weekend. School starts next week. So does the pace of work. Good writing, payment processing, Twitter bots, Facebook’s new reality, PR crisis and leading with digital… seven must-reads for digital...
Digital public affairs roundup: August 12, 2016

Digital public affairs roundup: August 12, 2016

Unprivate channels, digital trends, Facebook video metrics, creative news, AskTSA, blowback and (mis)communicating nuance… seven must-reads for digital public affairs practitioners. Canadian court rules that your text messages are not as private as you think...