Media roundup: March 2018

The Media Relations pros at On Q Communications have long-standing, established relationships in the news industry. Producers, reporters and hosts look to us as a source for creative, interactive and informative story ideas. We are constantly monitoring what’s trending and our role helps to create a bridge between clients with stories to tell and the media. From appearances on National morning shows, features in Canada’s largest daily newspapers and profiles in magazines with readers spanning North America’s biggest metropolitan areas—we do it all!

Here are just some of our client stories that made headlines in March.

Three Farmers

Spring has sprung (or so says the calendar)! Over the next several weeks, fresh, off-the-farm produce will make the journey to kitchens all over the country. On Q secured media hits on CP24 Morning and Global Morning featuring culinary creations by Red Seal Chef and Three Farmers owner Elysia Vandenhurk. The segments explored a look-ahead to some of the exciting flavours our pallets will get to enjoy this spring. Check out Elysia in action on CP24 and Global.

Other media hits:
– Modern Mississauga: 6 great post workout snacks- https://bit.ly/2urtteD
– Country Guide: What comes after surviving the start-up stage- here!
– CP24: Elysia shares seasonal recipes for Canada’s seasonal crops- http://bit.ly/2FsUiUk
– AM 610 CKBT: Healthy alternatives to Easter treats- http://bit.ly/2GRpM71

Professional Organizers in Canada (POC)

Speaking of Spring, it’s time to clean up. We often start clearing out our garage space around this time. Clare Kumar, member of Professional Organizers in Canada was featured nationally on globalnews.ca. She provided four tips on how to effectively clean your garage space. Read the full feature here!

Other media hits:
– Next Home: Get Organized in 2018!- https://bit.ly/2pKUWm5 (pgs. 40-41)

Healthy Crunch

Global Morning also featured Julie Bednarski, a.k.a. The Queen of Kale, in conversation with host Carolyn McKenzie. On Q secured a media appearance for Julie to share her top tips for helping kids make healthy food choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Everything from frothy fruit smoothies, to salmon, salad-in-a-jar and even desert! You can view the story here.

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