Welcome to CPRS Regina
CPRS Regina and all Saskatchewan CPRS Members
For our Regina chapter, the fall brings an exciting new program year and a renewed drive to connect and collaborate with our strategic partners and colleagues in public relations.
Our growing board is proof that our community is rich in highly skilled leaders that are passionate about reconnecting and taking CPRS Regina to new levels.
We have several events lined up this fall. Please check them out and share with your circles. Our chapter works hard to handpick experts for these professional development sessions that will keep you up-to-date on the latest trends in research, communications, marketing, media relations, and more.
Our board is also still looking to fill a few positions that will help us better deliver the full benefits CPRS provides to its local chapters. Please consider sending in your resume or emailing us to discuss how you can be a part of our wonderful team.
On behalf of the CPRS Regina Board, I wish our members, old and new, a happy fall. We look forward to seeing you at our events in the coming weeks and months.
Lara, Rebecca, Nik, Nidhi, Bill, Ali, Chika and Michelle
The CPRS Regina chapter is saddened by the news of the recent passing of one of its longtime members, Anne Campbell APR, LM.
Anne Campbell was an accomplished communications professional and award winning Canadian writer, editor and arts advocate. She supported the arts, cultural heritage and multi-cultural relationships through conference presentations, service on public Boards, and through readings, residencies, workshops, and arts advocacy.
Her many awards included the City of Regina Writing award, the Mayor’s Heritage Award, the Mayor’s Arts Award, as well as local and national writing and community awards. Her archives are located at the University of Regina Library Archives. On writing, Anne's mantra was: keep open, always keep open.
Anne was an accredited member and a Life Member of CPRS.
To view her obituary, please visit: https://leaderpost.