Atlantic Council

CPRS Atlantic Council

After consulting with CPRS members in Atlantic Canada and the CPRS National Board of Directors, we are proud to announce the launch of the CPRS Atlantic Council pilot project. Comprising members that live in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador, the Council operates as a single entity and seeks to further connect practitioners across Atlantic Canada to share, collaborate and strengthen the PR and communications management profession.
Get Involved
In a recent survey, you and your fellow members across the country listed professional development as the number one reason for joining CPRS. To support your continued growth, CPRS Atlantic looks forward to offering a new year of programming to the region, please see below for upcoming events. If you have any recommendations for future professional development opportunities for the Council to explore, please email the Atlantic Council at:

During this exciting transition, we encourage you to get involved with the Atlantic Council and shape professional development for practitioners in this region. We currently looking to fill the following positions:
  • Vice President – Professional Development
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Chair
For more information on each position, please click here.
Upcoming Events
  • Please stay tuned for upcoming events. 
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You can stay up-to-date with CPRS Atlantic on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, or reach out to members of the Atlantic Council to share news and ideas.

CPRS Atlantic Council:
  • President: Claire Ryan, APR, Cooke Inc.
  • Vice PresidentCommunications: Amanda Rafuse, Go Fish Communications
  • Vice President Membership & Credentials: Angie Kippers, APR, Worksafe NB
  • Prince Edward Island Provincial Chair: Annette Campbell, Veterans Affairs Canada.
  • New Brunswick Provincial Chair: Tracey Stephenson, Lynwood Strategies