Mayoral candidate Mark Marissen’s mom wants voters to know how kind-hearted he is
He's not the first Vancouver mayoral candidate who sees his mother as an asset on the campaign trail—and he likely won't be the last. Over the years, Progress Vancouver mayoral...
Does Mark Marissen have any chance of becoming mayor of Vancouver?
Some who read this headline might be asking themselves this question: "Mark who?" Others who know Mark Marissen might say: "Are you friggin' nuts?" I'm here to say that...
Mark Marissen Progress Vancouver Nomination Launch Event
Mark Marissen hosts the largest in-person Vancouver municipal political event of 2021 to launch his nomination for the Progress Vancouver nomination.
Political operative steps forward to run for Vancouver mayor
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VIDEO: Political strategist Mark Marissen announces plans to run for Vancouver mayor
Mark Marissen announcing his plans to run for Vancouver mayor in the October 2022 election. Marissen is longtime political strategist who has worked on both mayoral and federal...
Dan Fumano: Wild days in Vancouver mayoral race
Opinion: A lot will likely change in the Vancouver mayoral race over the next year-and-a-half, but right now, the centre lane looks quite crowded. After the recent flurry of...
VIDEO: Vancouver Mayoral Candidate, Mark Marissen
Mark Marissen to run for mayor for city of Vancouver. Longtime political strategist hopes to unseat Kennedy Stewart in 2022 Vancouver election.
Road to Redemption: The Liberal Party of Canada, 2006–2019
Dion campaign manager Mark Marissen’s description of the choice faced by Liberals in the 2006 leadership race may well have been the most blunt, but his opinion was shared by almost all of Stéphane Dion’s key supporters.
#BlackLivesMatter and Racial Justice: Digital Corporate Social Activism on Facebook
A Burrard Strategy Special Series The world’s top corporate brands recently advertised their support for the #BlackLivesMatter cause on Facebook, but they dropped their ad...
Coca-Cola makes political statement on Facebook’s Ad library
Coca-Cola has taken to Facebook to lend its company brand and message to fight racism in America. The global soda giant is fizzing to the top of social media advocacy with its first-time spend on social issues and promoting social justice.
COVID-19: Three Important Pivots for Your Public Affairs Strategy
COVID-19 has changed everything. While governments at all levels work overtime to protect citizens from the spread of COVID-19 and its resulting economic shock, companies and...
Reed Awards: Burrard Strategy is finalist for four prestigious awards
We are pleased to learn that Burrard Strategy is a finalist for four prestigious Reed Awards, in the following categories: Overall - Best Online Video - Public...