Entries by Jonathan

Wanted: Summer student with a love of trails

We are hiring a summer student to serve as a communications consultant to work on various projects with a particular focus on our client, the Saskatchewan Trails Association. The ideal candidate will write social media and blog posts, maintain websites, update marketing packages and assist with other duties as required. Those seeking this position must […]

Global Ventures Spring 2019 edition now available

The spring edition of Global Ventures, the official publication of Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP), is now available on-line. CLICK HERE to read the latest issue. The theme of this issue centres on agriculture/agri-value companies. Saskatchewan has long been recognized as a major supplier of reputable agriculture and agri-value products. Check out great features […]

Benchmark Press book explores history of OSAC

Today, the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC) provides citizens outside Saskatchewan’s major urban centres unparalleled access to the arts. Learn more about the visionaries who used culture to develop a sense of community spirit across the province in the book HOW IT ALL BEGAN: The Story of the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils 1968-1987. […]

2019 Saskatchewan and Manitoba Media Directories available

Make headlines with the 2019 Saskatchewan and Manitoba Media Directories. With hundreds of media listings in each directory, the distribution of your next media campaign will be a breeze. Ensure your message reaches the major media players in the province, from the daily newspapers to the supper hour news team Go directly to the person […]

Creating a mouth-watering website for a local caterer

We recently went live with a new website we created for Munch Catering in Regina: https://www.munchinregina.ca. Munch is a local caterer that is known for its tasty food and compelling story. Munch is a social enterprise that proudly employs adults with cognitive disabilities and trains them to become professional food service workers. The company was […]