<>

Announcing the finalists for the 2019 Outstanding Communicator Award

IABC London is pleased to announce two qualified finalists for the 2019 Outstanding Communicator Award. Amanda Fickling Vice-President, Marketing and Communications, Group Customer Canada Life Dr. Christopher Mackie Medical Officer of Health and Chief Executive Officer Middlesex-London Health Unit The IABC London Outstanding Communicator Award recognizes a leader who exemplifies excellence in communications and demonstrates…

Fanshawe College makes an impact

by Leo Aul Fanshawe College is one of Ontario’s largest colleges. There are two campuses in London including the new downtown campus established in fall 2018. This new campus can host approximately 1,600 students and offers Schools of Information Technology and Tourism, Hospitality and Culinary Arts programs. Fanshawe also has campuses in Simcoe, Woodstock and…

Empowering London leaders to drive inclusion

By Alicia Baertsoen In our rapidly changing employment landscape, employee retention requires more than flexible work hours and additional vacation. At IABC’s latest event, Diversity and Inclusion: Journey Beyond Demographics – which took place on Tuesday, April 30 – workplace leaders across the city came together to learn how to create a culture of belonging….

Healing humour in the spotlight at the Ruby Jubilee: get your tickets now!

Comedy with a rejuvenating purpose. For Susan Stewart, humour is a healing salve for those of us in the high-stress, demanding profession of communications and public relations. “There are so many healing aspects of laugher. Physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually; the act of laughter is healing itself,” says the Toronto-based comedian. “The goal is to infuse…