Posts Tagged ‘Online’

New campaign asks for an easy pledge: make ten percent of your spending local

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Shifting ten percent of your spending is a small ask with a big payoff: thriving local economies and stronger communities.

CUPE BC has been talking about the shift for a while. But this new website is helping give the campaign a big relaunch! It’s packed with great reasons to make the shift and suggestions of easy ways to start. The design is clean and friendly. Plus we’re pretty excited about the feature that lets you add your favourite local businesses for others to find, enjoy and support.

Signs show us what’s at stake

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

Signs (Saskatchewan Government and General Employees’ Union)

In the wake of massive cut-backs to public services and highways workers, the SGEU wanted this ad to help sway public opinion on the issue.

Regular people. Telling their stories. Showing what’s at stake… and what they stand to lose when governments decide to cut jobs and privatize services.

In Signs, the SGEU is making the case that the sell-off of Saskatchewan highways will cause lasting damage to families, businesses and communities. Voice-over isn’t much needed, and when you play the ad you’ll find out why.

You also might want to check out the ad’s call-to-action, taking you to If You Love Saskatchewan with more information about the quiet privatization of services people rely on every day. And while you’re there, join us by showing your heart to Saskatchewan’s vital public services and the people who provide them.

Campaigns & Elections Canada issue two!

Friday, June 25th, 2010

The latest issue of Campaigns and Elections Canada hit the virtual stands yesterday. It focuses on social media tools in campaigning and features an article on online video by our own Marie Della Mattia. The whole issue is free to view here.

What are cuts to public services costing YOU?

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

What are cuts to public services costing YOU? Add your story to others on the facebook page. BC public sector workers show how cuts = lasting damage #unioncmns