News & Opinions

We operate in an ever-changing environment. Keep up with insights from our team, highlights of our work, and glimpses of the culture that makes FHR shine.

Insights
With ransomware, reputation could be the biggest price you'll pay
We answer the questions that companies need to ask themselves when they suffer a breach
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Is free speech really under attack in Canada?
We take a deep dive on Bill C-10 and how it might impact web content
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2021 so far: Digital trends
We’ve summed up the biggest digital and social trends in the first quarter of 2021
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Budget 2021: Investments in a ‘stronger BC’ will push province’s deficit close to $10 billion
FHR's Anna Lilly examines B.C. Finance Minister Selina Robinson's new provincial budget.
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Budget 2021: Liberals’ first pandemic budget pledges over $100 billion in new spending
FHR's Pierre Cyr breaks down the Government of Canada’s first budget in over two years and how it positions the country for long-term economic recovery.
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An overview: Ontario's 2021 budget
FHR's Anne Marie Quinn provides an overview of Ontario Finance Minister Peter Bethlenfalvy's 2021 budget.
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‘Coded’ no more: Building a more diverse tech industry through our words
FHR technology practice lead Natalie Sauve discusses how we can make the tech sector a more diverse and equitable space by changing our language.
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Better communication can bridge growing divide between food producers and consumers
Buttergate has blown up as Canadians continue to question why their butter no longer softens. FHR SVP Katie Heydon contends that for farmers, food producers and manufacturers, it should serve as a hard lesson in just how quickly consumers can inspire industry action in the age of social media.
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Culture
What we learned about the world – and ourselves – in 2020
Here’s what FHR employees – in their own words – took away from the year that was 2020.
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The frugal economy: How brands can connect with Canada’s cautious consumers
Wondering if your business can recover lost customers and lost revenue as a result of COVID-19? Canadian consumers may be cutting back on their spending but many also anticipate they’ll be back in stores over the next 6 months. And they’re coming back with higher expectations of brands than ever. Know what it takes to fine-tune your brand marketing communications now so you can win back their business.
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