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CPRS Regina



October 4th - AGM

October 13th - Revisiting Essential Principles: Planning with Colin Babiuk, MA, APR, FCPRS

November - Revisiting Essential Principles: Evaluation & Research with Lisa Covens, MA, CAIP, Vice-President Communications and Public Affairs, Leger

December - Holiday Mixer - TBA

January - TBA

Please watch for more details.




When: Oct 4, 2022

Time: 5:30 - 7pm

Location: Cathedral Social Hall

1 free beverage & appy for each member.

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Agenda: Will be available soon.


Revisiting Essential Principles with Colin Babiuk

Join CPRS Regina and Colin Babiuk, MA, APR, FCPRS as we rediscover the the fundamentals of communication planning. It's always to refresh our skills or to learn new skills for those starting in communications and public relations! These skills are good cornerstones for your career.

When: Oct, 13, 2022

Time: Noon to 1pm, SK Time


CPRS Members & Students - Free

IABC Members - $11.62

Non-Members - $16.93


Colin Babiuk, MA, APR, FCPRS is an Associate Professor and program lead in the
MacEwan University Public Relations Diploma program. With over 30 years of
experience as a PR practitioner in the private and public sectors, his experience
includes issues management, stakeholder relations, media relations, and marketing.
Colin holds a Master of Arts in Professional Communications from Royal Roads
University. He has been a member of the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS)
since 2001. He earned his Accredited in Public Relations (APR) designation in 2004
and was admitted to the CPRS College of Fellows in 2012. He was awarded the CPRS
Lamp of Service Award in 2017.
Colin has been served on both local and national CPRS boards and committees. Over
the course of 10 years Colin was active with the CPRS Edmonton Society as chair of
the professional development, accreditation, and education and mentorship portfolios.
Nationally, he served as Chief Examiner of the PRK exam and as a member of the
Education Council and Accreditation Council.
Colin sees his work as an opportunity to guide the next generation of public relations
practitioners as they develop the fundamental skills needed throughout their careers

Public Relations Knowledge Exam: Your Entry Into Practice

Next PRK Exam: September 24 – The next Public Relations Knowledge (PRK®) exam is scheduled for September 24!

This intensive exam was created by the CPRS National Council on Education to test the overall grasp of concepts and procedures most commonly used in the day-to-day life of junior PR and communication professionals.

Companies that receive a high number of job applications have indicated they look for more reliable methods of assessing prospective and newly hired employees. After successfully completing the PRK exam, individuals will be able to set themselves apart from other applicants with this resumé builder. They will be able to enter the job market with increased confidence and be received with added respect.

Watch this PRK Information Session, courtesy of CPRS Hamilton of why you should write the PRK Exam.