September 23, 2020

How to Recover Fast from the Pandemic

Empathy, agility & a “jump ball” moment.

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September 16, 2020

Argyle VP Jessie Sitnick speaks to The Energy Mix about climate & environmental justice

The Energy Mix | In Conversation: Action on climate, environmental justice begins with empathy and dialogue, Sitnick says.

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September 10, 2020

Brand, reputation and the seventh hole: What a professional golfer taught me about corporate character

We often think brand and reputation are interchangeable, but there is a huge difference in how you want to be perceived and what audiences, consumers and stakeholders really think about you.

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August 26, 2020

Argyle in the News: Ethical Voices podcast

Our CEO Dan Tisch sat down with the Ethical Voices podcast to discuss some of the ethical challenges that PR agencies face.

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August 19, 2020

Break the monotony: How to get strategic (dare we say courageous?) with your creative

Argyle’s Tatianna Ducklow sits down with our Vice President of Creative, Whitney Siemens, to outline five steps we take to ensure our clients creative stands out from the crowd.

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August 12, 2020

Reopening to revival – how communications will drive engagement and relationships in the post-pandemic era

The world is changing and with that, how businesses function. How will the role of communications evolve? We surveyed communicators on the questions that will shape our future.

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July 22, 2020

Green and White: Why we must dismantle racism in the environmental sector

They called it a Park Crawl. It was the summer of 2014, and one of Canada’s biggest environmental non-profits had pulled out all the stops to create the perfect engagement and climate change constituency-building event: an afternoon exploring the green spaces deep in the heart of downtown Toronto.

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July 17, 2020

Food for thought: How CUSMA creates opportunity for agribusiness

The Canada-U.S.-Mexico trade agreement (CUSMA) came into effect on July 1st. Argyle’s Agribusiness and International Trade team has been tracking the agreement closely to assess its impact on trilateral trade in the agribusiness sector.

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July 15, 2020

Chronicling COVID: Ryan Doyle, NewsTalk 1010

Radio has always been an important communication tool during major world events – from wars to natural disasters. Argyle’s Caroline De Silva spoke with NewsTalk 1010’s Ryan Doyle to discuss the role talk radio plays in times of crisis and change.

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July 10, 2020

From pro-equity to anti-racism: How do we turn conversation into action?

There is a new urgency in the global conversation about racism. Led by the Black Lives Matter movement, this conversation is now happening across countless communities, companies and industries – including the public relations industry.

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July 7, 2020

What's in a name? When it's yours, a lot.

Meet Bart. Naming your business is like naming your child. So, just imagine telling your son at 22 years old, his name is now Bartholomew. Tough conversation.

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June 3, 2020

When silence isn’t golden

A personal reflection on racism, violence and our moral responsibilities as citizens. Watching the news this week has been a sickening, heartbreaking experience: the tragedies of lives taken, families torn apart and communities divided by anger, racism and violence.

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May 29, 2020

Argyle named Canadian Agency of the Year for 2020

We’re proud to announce that Argyle, one of Canada’s largest and fastest-growing communications consulting firms, has been named 2020 Canadian Agency of the Year by PRovoke Media, the leading source of news and analysis on the global public relations industry.

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May 28, 2020

Chronicling COVID: Adam Radwanski, Globe and Mail

As climate risk and action have become mainstream business and investor concerns in the last year, it finally felt like climate policy journalism would start getting the serious space that it deserved. At last, climate considerations would shape national dialogue about our future and priorities.