We operate in an ever-changing environment. Keep up with insights from our team, highlights from our work, and glimpses of the culture that makes FHR shine.
Nous travaillons dans un environnement en constante évolution. Soyez au courant des points de vue de notre équipe, des faits saillants de notre travail et des aperçus de la culture qui fait briller FHR.
On October 21, 2019, the Liberal Party of Canada won a second term, this time as a minority government.
In a so-called effort to get users to focus more on quality content, and to protect the platform against a “comparison culture,” Instagram announced it would test the elimination of likes in the platform. But what will this mean for influencers who rely on sponsored content for income, and brands who rely on performance metrics for evaluation?
Today, Governor General Julie Payette officially dissolved parliament, and the writ was issued by the Chief Electoral Officer calling for an election to be held on October 21, 2019. The federal campaign will run for a short five and a half weeks.
Although the Canada Health Act enshrines accessibility as well universality, federal and provincial government officials have for decades sought to constrain its interpretation. Simply put, we have never lived up to the spirit of the Act.
Seismic shifts in our cultural, social and political landscape have changed our relationship with brands. People now expect companies to be stepping up and speaking up in new ways, making corporate purpose integral to reputation – and to the bottom line.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau boldly announced in June that the federal government intends to ban single-use plastics by 2021.
With this Fall’s Federal Election quickly approaching, we are proud to launch FHR’s Election 2019 monitoring services.
After several days of midnight sittings, the House of Commons has risen for the summer. Before adjourning, the House passed the majority of outstanding government legislation.
In a world of increased privacy invasions, personal information theft, questionable ethics from tech industry leaders, and a growing fear of AI-related workplace disruption, today’s technology companies are facing new reputational and regulatory challenges.
What an amazing week colliding with some of the best and brightest in the technology industry and beyond! It is hard to believe that Collision 2019 is already over.
For a conference that opened with Victoria Day fireworks and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, it’s amazing how Collision seems to be picking up steam as it moves along.
Attending Collision in Toronto is a bit of a whirlwind experience. With 25,711 registered attendees from 125 countries and 730 speakers across 15 tracks, there is no shortage of inspiring people with incredible ideas.
Justin Trudeau’s keynote speech predictably stole the show as the Collision Conference got underway in Toronto on Victoria Day.
Technology has always been thought of as something that makes our lives better, easier and more fun. However, in the past few years there has been an undeniable shift in how we think of it.
Today was a major milestone for Premier Ford’s PC government; its first budget since taking power last June.
An innovative, entry-level AI solution designed specifically to improve how brands interact with customers on their social media channels
Check out our full take on Budget 2019 and the road ahead for the federal government.
Technology innovation and adoption is faster today than ever before. Developments that seem radical at first – and let’s face it, sometimes even scary –quickly become something we cannot imagine living without.
The delivery of Ontario’s Economic Outlook is an opportunity for the sitting government to not only reflect on its early achievements, but also to update the public on the broad thematic areas it plans to pursue and rollout a handful of specific policy announcements.
How cyber insurance and effective communications can help organizations navigate this new territory in a way that minimizes risk and protects reputation.
A new report from FH: Artificial Intelligence & Communications, The Fads. The Fears. The Future.
The FHR team summarizes the Ontario Speech from the Throne: "A Government for the People”
FH's Hong Kong team share highlights from RISE.
Canada's media landscape suffers another blow with layoffs at Rogers Media.
Last night Ontario voters elected Doug Ford and the Progressive Conservatives to a very strong majority government. Here's our team's take on what went down.
With the campaign entering the home stretch, we take a look at the week that was, and a look ahead at what the parties need to do in the final days leading up to June 7th.
Our PA team's perspective on the final Ontario debate.
With data security and consumer privacy seemingly always in the news, we recently brought industry leaders from TD Bank, Uber and Wealthsimple together for a deep-dive discussion on Data and the Era of Ultra Personalization.
This week on the campaign trail, shared by FHR's public affairs team.
Our PA team summarizes week two of the 2018 Ontario Election.
With the Ontario election underway, the FleishmanHillard HighRoad team weighs in on each party's potential path to victory.
Recent events prove that if your business is not performing proper due diligence to protect customer information, you should keep your corporate crisis communications handbook in close proximity.
Although the writ hasn’t yet dropped, yesterday’s City TV debate has given us the first look at a narrative that is likely to continue to play out on the campaign trail over the next few weeks.
In a world where social media gives brands the opportunity to share their own message, we’ve seen many companies shift to a publisher mindset. And now, so has Doug Ford.
Join us on Wednesday, May 23 at The Toronto Board of Trade for an expert panel discussion with TD Bank, Uber, and Wealthsimple.
Our Germany colleagues provided updates and insights from day three of HMI 2018.
Our Germany colleagues are on the ground at HMI providing us with updates and insights, now on day two.
Our Germany colleagues are on the ground at HMI providing us with updates and insights for those following from a far.
Charles Muggeridge shares insights coming out of the International Cyber Risk Management Conference.
This afternoon, Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa delivered the Ontario government’s 2018 Budget.
The power of influencers continues to rise in 2018, with more brands looking to cement mutually beneficial relationships with those who hold sway over consumer interests and social feeds.
Ontario Lieutenant Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell delivered the Ontario government’s Speech from the Throne, an opportunity to lay out the government’s priorities for the coming legislative session, and, in this unique case, its election platform.
FlieshmanHillard HighRoad perspective on Premier Kathleen Wynne’s cabinet shuffle a few months before election
FHR’s senior lead for crisis shares insights on communicating a data breach.
FlieshmanHillard HighRoad provides thoughts on Ontario’s economic outlook in 2017
FlieshmanHillard HighRoad perspective on the 2017 Ontario Budget
Cybersecurity experts provide insight into the need for internal as well as external security efforts.