G2M Public relations has changed its name to Tangency. The firm’s former Web site, g2mpr.com, has been taken down, while a page at Tangency.ca displays the firm’s name and new motto — “”the right point of contact.”” This is the second brand makeover for the company, which two years ago was still

known as ITPR.


Mansfield Communications

Michael O’Connor Clarke has joined Mansfield Communications as a vice-president. Mansfield’s clients include Brascan and Lavalife. O’Connor Clarke, who once helmed technology practices at Cohn & Wolfe, was laid off from Weber Shandwick Canada last year. “”Try as I might to enjoy my enforced furlough; I simply couldn’t get comfortable without the challenge and stimulation of a proper, grown-up job every day,”” he said.


Ketchum Public Relations

Sherry Boisvert has joined the firm as a senior account executive. Boisvert left G2M last year and did some contract work for Maverick Public Relations.


Hill & Knowlton Canada

The company said it had expanded its operations in British Columbia by opening a new office in Victoria at 933 Douglas Street.


High Road Communications

The firm said it has been chosen as the agency of record for the Judy Project, an annual leadership forum for approximately 30 senior women executives that seeks to enable each participant to reach a new level of leadership success to the advantage of their organizations. The program is named after Judy Elder, a well-known business leader who passed away in March, 2002.


The Communications Group

Group Telecom, which with its parent company 360Networks provide telecommunications services and network infrastructure in North America to over 10,000 carrier and commercial customers, has retained TCG as its PR firm of record.


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