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The Week On PR In Canada November 3-7

I could rehash this past week, but I think most of last week’s news was eclipsed by a little thing called the election of Barack Obama in the United States.

Whatever your political stance, there is no denying the power of the historic acceptance speech Obama made in Chicago last Tuesday night. For one shining evening, he made even cynical Canadians believe the streets of America could be paved with gold.

I’ll give you a moment to remember that night, count down the days to Obama’s inauguration, and make a few last Sarah Palin jokes, and then we’ll take a look at last week on PR In Canada.

The Great One, Samsung and Best Buy Team Up For Minor Hockey, But Will It Help?

Popularity Defines A “Real” News Outlet

New Partnership For Communications MECA-And A New Client, Too

Speaking Of Corporate Transparency: MEC Releases List Of Factories

Job Posting Now Available On PR In Canada

Celebrity Endorsement Might Be The Best Bang For Your PR Dollar

To Tweet Or Not To Tweet? A Social Experiment

Bloggers Have Influence-So Does That Make Them Journalists?

Should Companies Tweet-Or Should Individuals?

Does Transparency Mean Corporations Can Reform Themselves Without Changing? Thoughts From The Shel Holtz Dinner

Defining “Inappropriate” Facebook Behaviour

Tim Hortons Takes Toronto Cup Recycling Into Its Own Hands

Communications Hurt By The “Generational FIrewall”: Grown Up Digital and Don Tapscott

Are Organizations Ready For Social Media Customer Service?

Canadian Chapter Worldwide Orphans Foundation Launched Thanks To RBC Dexia

How One Frank Thrived While The Other Frank Died: Social Media

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