HST Pros and Cons

Depending on which side of the HST debate you are on, the title of this post could be interpreted in more than one way. Last year, many in British Columbia felt that the 12% HST was foisted on us by a government unwilling to consider taxpayers’ opinions. Through the media we heard tales of woe [...]

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The Federal Liberal’s PR stumble

The Federal Liberal Party is no-doubt trying to figure out how they are running 3rd in opinion polls with a scant 17% support according to a recent numbers. After many stumbles and not winning the 2008 election they quickly disposed of uncharismatic party leader Stephane Dion, who despite hailing from Quebec City, didn’t even resonate [...]

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In the Public Eye

Being a Hollywood celebrity or the mayor of a large city has its advantages: being in a position to influence public opinion, meeting world leaders, invitations to swanky parties attended by other elite members of society – and no doubt many other perks.
But for some, the downside might be that you are always in the [...]

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When is the best time to bring in PR?

Public relations is most effective when a practitioner is brought in during the planning stages of any project. If you want PR results or media coverage from something you are doing, you need one of us around the table right from the start.
As an example, I was asked to advise on media opportunities for a [...]

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Welcome to Nyac Public Relations

Public relations is as much about shaping public perceptions as it is about influencing organizations’ leaders toward actions that will have a positive impact on their reputation within their industry, and with stakeholders, government, the community and potential customers. In creating Nyac Public Relations, I am interested in working for organizations that are dedicated to [...]

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