Websites and Social Media Event

Spring is here and that means spring cleaning! Only we’re not cleaning our homes (well, you can if you want to), we’re cleaning up our websites and social media accounts. Join us May 10 for PWAC’s Websites and Social Media event, during which we’ll learn how to optimize our websites for business so that more potential clients can find…

Money Matters 2017

Hey, Quebec members – spring is far away, but tax time is approaching! And money management is always on freelancers’ minds… Join us February 15 for PWAC’S Money Matters, an evening devoted to money management for freelance writers. Our speakers will be Chartered Accountant Harriet Kirshenblatt, who specializes in income tax for self-employed workers, and…

Meet the Editors Night 2017

Hey Quebec members – why not usher in the New Year with a slate of new magazine clients? On January 18, PWAC Quebec will be holding its annual Meet the Editors Night, with editors from Reader’s Digest, Maisonneuve, Concordia University Magazine, the McGill News and content marketing agency 37ieme Avenue. In the first hour editors…

PWAC Quebec is kicking off 2017 with a new Chapter Executive

Hi Everyone, I’m writing to let you know about the roster of enthusiastic members who have recently joined PWAC Quebec’s Executive. I’ll start with the names you’ll soon see in your inboxes….our Communications Committee Co-Chairs: Andrea Juhász is a new member, a science writer who is finishing a Magazine and Web Publishing certificate from Ryerson…

Lisa Hoekstra Is In Our Member Spotlight!

Here’s another PWAC Quebec Member spotlight. Today we’re showcasing Lisa Hoekstra. Why do you do the kind of writing you do? I am a corporate/marketing writer. My talent is mimicking voice, tone and language – so I write for companies in their brand’s voice, ensuring that all content represents them and allows their target audience…

Hawaiian Pub Night – April 26!

This edition of the PWAC Quebec Pub Night has a special theme: wear something Hawaiian-related, and come prepared for an activity or two. 🙂  The item you wear could be a lei, a cap or T-shirt with something Hawaiian on it, a grass skirt, etc . . . Time to sweep out the winter cobwebs and get creative!…