Newsroom Stories

by Martin Charlton Communications
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Groundhog's Day at the Legislature

Sometimes when working in government relations you cannot help but to think that you are living the same life as weatherman Phil Conners, played expertly by actor Bill Murray in the 1993 movie Groundhog Day.
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Being transparent is good public relations

Is it ever a good idea to not be transparent in your communications when you serve the public? Don’t spend too much time pondering this question – the answer is no.
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Is your social media presence valuable?

A successful pub chain in the UK sent out instructions to its venues across the country instructing them to delete all their social media channels. From the top down, the boss of J.D. Wetherspoon has firmly put two fingers up to social.
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Why you should personalize your company

Why is People Magazine consistently one of the most well-read magazines on the planet?
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Humboldt stories need to be shared

Six people will be given the gift of life thanks to Logan Boulet.
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recycling program beneficial partnership

Hundreds of thousands of pounds of harmful plastics were kept out of Saskatchewan landfills the thanks to a brief yet effective partnership between Panther Industries and Simply Ag Solutions.
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EY Award proud moment for IntraGrain

Kyle Folk was just thankful to be a nominee at this year’s awards banquet in Calgary.
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New technology in farming nets Sask firm ABEX Award

Grain in the bin doesn’t always equate to money in a farmer’s pocket.
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IRD renews dedication to safety

Safety at the workplace had always been a priority for staff at International Road Dynamics (IRD).
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Saskatchewan Party leadership candidates say INFRASTRUCTURE SPENDING a priority

Brad Wall’s Saskatchewan Party government has experienced record revenues and, in turn, experienced record expenditures over the past 10 years.
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