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The Often Overseen but Pivotal Moments of Labour Negotiations

The Often Overseen but Pivotal Moments of Labour Negotiations

Posted Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Alex McMillan, Ned Perry


From ensuring unionized-members of your workforce receive accurate and up-to-date information, and salaried employees understanding the contextual landscape of the talks, labour negotiations can often consume the day-to-day of a communications team. NATIONAL’s Alex McMillan, Director in Vancouver and Ned Perry, Director in Halifax share their key learnings on the often overlooked, but pivotal moments in labour negotiations: pre-communications and getting to why.

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On Your Marks, Get Set, Vote!

On Your Marks, Get Set, Vote!

Posted Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Michael Goehring, Tamara Little, Alex McMillan, Matt MacInnis, Nicole Paul


Voters head to the polls on May 9 to choose the next government of British Columbia. By all accounts, this year’s 28-day campaign is going to be a tight battle as the BC Liberals seek their fifth straight majority government. NATIONAL Public Relations’ Public Affairs team in Vancouver will be issuing weekly Public Affairs Updates to provide our clients and friends with up-to-date information and insights they may not receive from media sources.

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How We Do Energy in Canada: By the Numbers

How We Do Energy in Canada: By the Numbers

Posted Thursday, March 23, 2017

Michael Goehring, Ralph Eastman


For 40 years, NATIONAL has been at the centre of Canada’s energy industry. During this time, the sector has grown and diversified to become a critical driver of our economy and prosperity. Partner Michael Goehring and Director Ralph Eastman delve into Canada’s diverse energy bounty and the country’s leadership role in transitioning our economy to a lower carbon future, and explain how NATIONAL is bringing Canada’s energy leaders new and creative communications solutions that change beliefs, drive behaviour and deliver results.

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