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As a Calgary member, you will receive our weekly e-flier, “The Current” with updates on the latest job postings, upcoming events and interesting blog posts and articles by local members. Highlights from the email newsletter are posted here.

  • Step up to lead one of the largest chapters in the world!

    Are you looking for your next dream volunteer position? Nominations are now open for the 2020/2021 IABC/Calgary board. Nominations are open from February 25 to March 25, 2020. You can nominate yourself or another member to help guide our IABC chapter. Check out the blog for the full details including some of the benefits! Download… Read more

  • Got the time to help some local charities? Gift of Communications is back.

    Do you have a few hours to help some non-profit organizations who are in need of communications planning and advice?  IABC/Calgary recently relaunched our signature Gift of Communications program, and it was bigger and better. With partners such as the Calgary Chamber of Volunteer Organizations, The Calgary Foundation and Mount Royal University, and with the help of the dynamite volunteer duo, Doug Lacombe… Read more

  • Perkopolis perks for IABC/Calgary members

    IABC/Calgary has partnered with Perkopolis to offer you, our valued members, access to their 500 different offers! Perkopolis is Canada’s largest member perk provider. Your free account gets you access to great deals on Canada’s best brands from online shopping, movies, theater, sports, travel, and so much more! More information on how to register. New… Read more

  • Share your review today!

    Whether you’re an IABC/Calgary member, or a non-member who attends our events, we want to hear your feedback! Share your thoughts about an event, membership benefits, being a volunteer or anything else you think will help others understand the value we bring to the communications profession. To share your review of IABC/Calgary, click on the… Read more

  • IABC Code of Conduct

    IABC International has a Code of Conduct, which sets forth expectations for all attendees and participants—including members, speakers, vendors, media representatives, exhibitors, sponsors, volunteers and staff (all “participants”)—at IABC virtual or face-to-face events. Read the Code here.

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