November 23, 2017

Minister of Citizen Services says communications staff under the microscope following ethnic voting strategy leak

The Minister of Citizens' Services and Open Government is condemning the quick wins ethnic voting strategy his own government cooked up. Government Communications falls in Ben Stewart's ministerial responsibilities and he says the strategy is absolutely inappropriate. Stewart was asked if he will take a hard look at the communications staff and if … [Read more...]

Canadian Women in Communications presents an evening with Amielle Lake, CRO & Founder of Tagga Media

Join us for a fun evening of networking & mingling with one of B.C.'s most successful women in technology Amielle Lake, CRO & Founder of Tagga Media. Are you curious about Mobile marketing but not sure exactly where to start? Learn how you can plan an engaging & interactive Mobile Marketing Campaign. Amielle will be sharing best practices and case … [Read more...]

Union urges Ottawa to not close BC marine communications centres

It may still be falling on deaf ears, but yet another plea has been made for the federal government to reconsider shutting down Vancouver's Marine Communications Centre. Allan Hughes with CAW local 2182 insists both lives and the environment are at risk, but it remains unclear who will be held responsible if someone dies in the Port of … [Read more...]

21st Intranets for Corporate Communications

Highlights: • Hear from the pioneers who know the ins-and-outs of building state-of-the-art intranets: • Integrate your intranet into your communications plan • Present the business case of a organization-wide intranet to senior management • Help motivate employees to realize the organization’s goals and affect positive behavioural changes • Tame … [Read more...]

Labour minister downplays drain of government communications officials

The Clark government seems to be losing a lot of its chief spokespeople, but the minister responsible is playing down the trend. At least 11 communications directors have either fired or left their posts in the last year, but Labour and Citizens Services Minister Margaret MacDiarmid says that's normal turnover for a highly stressful job. "I have … [Read more...]

A Look At Machine To Machine Communications

How is Machine to Machine communications changing major industries? How do industry giants automate mines, forestry operations and terminals? What technologies do they need in the future? These are some of the questions our panel will discuss. Moderated by Dave Thomas (Rocket Builders) and VEF Board member, our panel includes: John Tolkamp, … [Read more...]

Radiant Communications posts Q3 loss

VANCOUVER - Radiant Communications Corp. (TSXV:RCN) reported Thursday a third-quarter net loss of $ 383,576 as the business computing services firm booked costs associated with a restructuring begun during the period.The Vancouver-based company said its loss amounted to three cents per share and compared to net income of $ 45,005 or nil per share … [Read more...]

Radiant Communications posts Q2 loss of $237K

VANCOUVER - Radiant Communications Corp. (TSXV:RCN) reported a wider second-quarter loss Thursday despite an increase in revenue and said it had named an interim replacement for president and CEO David Buffett, who has resigned.Vancouver-based Radiant, which offers a suite of data communications and cloud computing services to business, said it had … [Read more...]

19th Intranets for Corporate Communications

Takeaway solutions for content management and portal development. Maximize the impact of your intranet. Highlights: Hear from the pioneers who know the ins-and-outs of building state-of-the-art intranets: Integrate your intranet into your communications plan Present the business case of a organization-wide intranet to senior management Help … [Read more...]