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The Week In PR In Canada Oct. 27-31

Whether we wanted to admit it or not, all eyes were turned to the election action south of the border last week.  Canada became involved with in the election’s final days when Quebec comedian Marc-Antoine Audette  prank-called  Sarah Palin by impersonating French president Nicolas Sarkozy.

Depending on who you ask in the U.S.,  the joke either strengthened or weakened our reputation among Americans.   I guess we’ll know for sure on November 5th.

Here’s what else we discussed last week on PR In Canada.

Starcom MediaVest Takes Top Honours At MAOY Awards

Now Could Be A Boom Time For Not-For-Profits

Friday Poll: If You Could Vote In The U.S. Election, Who Would You Choose?

Would You Pay To Access Social Network Sites?

Sinister Circus At Rideau Hall…There’s A Joke There, But I’m Not Touching It

Reputation Management All For Naught At York University

Is Hockey Still The Best Game We Can Name?

Iceberg Vodka Gives Back To Canada’s Heroes

Coca-Cola And WWF Canada Pair Up For Canada’s Environment

Are People Wasting Time Online-Or Is It Time Well Wasted?

Branding Hallowe’en As Dangerous Can Be Scary For Your Client’s Message

A Moment Of Silence For Frank Magazine

Not Only Is Extreme The Agency For Kids & Company…

Delta Media To Create Social Media Strategies For White Ribbon Campaign

United Church On YouTube: URL Come, All Ye Faithful

Get Your Clients Twittering…Before Someone Else Does

Do Your Clients Ever Place Fake Reviews?

Fair Trade Chocolate’s Message Delivered By “Reverse Trick-Or-Treating”

Microsoft Donates $25,000 To Award For Missing Gamer