On The Street

The newest cat on the street

December 9, 2016

When Brittany isn’t working on the most cutting-edge communications or administrative initiatives you can catch her practicing hot yoga, on the trails with her two Beagle mixes, Opie & Jax, watching the latest on Netflix or behind a good book/graphic novel. Tell us a little about yourself and how you learned that Pearl Street is…

Logo vs. Brand

May 16, 2016

A few months ago, we proudly launched our new website. If you haven’t taken a look yet, you really should – but after this post of course. Along with our new site, we also updated the entire Pearl Street brand which you may have seen us refer to as Pearl Street 3.0. This was a…

Reflecting on Ignite, Empower, Innovate

April 18, 2016

Pearl Street Communications were lucky to be able to attend Innovation Guelph’s Ignite, Empower, Innovate Conference – a wonderful two-day event that celebrated and supported women in the Guelph and Wellington communities.

These Seniors Will Inspire You to Volunteer

February 25, 2014

Now that the Olympics are over, it’s time to get out there and make a change. But don’t just take it from us. Let me explain. The best days on a job is when you come home feeling inspired, refreshed and with a new perspective on life. Not every day can be like this so…

KISSing Tips From Pearl Street (Keep it Super Simple)

February 14, 2014

by Eric Balnar KISSing Tips From Pearl Street Writing: how to keep Keep it Super Simple (KISS) It happens all the time. There you are, with a brilliant idea in your head, and you want to formalize your thoughts on paper. It all seems good in your head…then you actually read what you just put…

We Win! Or Did We…?

October 12, 2011

While John Laforet, President of Wind Concerns Ontario (WCO), has announced he will be stepping down from his position, he made it clear that the organization will continue to have a large impact on the wind energy sector. WCO has claimed victory in last week’s election, with Laforet stating “Our activism has blocked the approval…