Media Roundup: January 2018

We’re kicking off 2018 with a look at the media buzz surrounding some of our clients. In a digital world, media attention is currency and at On Q we help our clients earn it.

Here is On Q’s January media roundup:

Condos.ca

In mid January, Condos.ca, an online real estate resource, released a study about condo maintenance fees in Toronto. The report was first picked up by the Toronto Star, as well as a number of other publications. On January 17, Condos.ca’s study was featured in Metro News.  Read the full feature here.

Condos.ca was also featured in the following articles:

  • Toronto Star: Rise in condo maintenance fees slowed last year, says study- http://bit.ly/2Dg7RCc
  • The Globe and Mail: Worried parents buying homes for school-aged kids, a move experts warn comes with pitfalls- http://bit.ly/2Dg7RCc
  • HiBusines: ca’s recent study shows condo fees in Toronto up 2.5%- http://bit.ly/2EtIZIz

Three Farmers

The start of 2018 was a great time to feature some of the ‘Better for You by On Q’ clients including snacking and oils company, Three Farmers. Camelina Oil is one of the company’s most popular products and Chef Jonathan Collins used the oil while in Ottawa for a cooking segment on CTV Morning Live. Watch the full feature here.

Other media hits:

Professional Organizers in Canada (POC)

One of On Q’s longest running PR relationships is with POC – an association that represents Canadian professional organizers. The association was featured on Global News on January 6th, 2018. Productivity coach and professional organizer, Clare Kumar, provided tips on how to get rid of unnecessary household items. Read the full feature here.

Other media hits:

Healthy Crunch

The Queen of Kale, founder of healthy snacks co, Healthy Crunch, was featured in Modern Mississauga on January 23rd, 2018. In this easy to digest, fun article, Julie Bednarski debunks 6 healthy food myths. Read the full feature here.

Other media hits:

  • What She Said: Julie Bednarski, Julie was also asked to appear on ‘What She Said’, a talk radio show hosted by Kate Wheeler and Christine Bentley. The topic of conversation was about updates to Canada’s Food Guide – http://bit.ly/2EtYKiG

To see a list of our media hits from previous months, Click Here!

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