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We have been privileged to work with some amazing organizations to share their histories and bring their future plans to reality.

Here are some of their stories.

I am pleased to recommend Munro Thompson Communications. I worked with Mr. Thompson and Ms. Munro in the spring of 2015 when they worked with CloverPoint on a video project which portrayed the different perspectives on LNG development in British Columbia.

I found them to be professional and produced a fair and objective view on the subject matter and would have no hesitation in recommending them for future projects.Mayor Phil Germouth
Mayor Phil GermouthDistrict of Kitimat
The Munro Thompson team is professional, meticulous about detail, and puts enormous effort into ensuring that they deliver the best product possible. Last minute or unexpected demands don't seem to phase them. They are very good at what they do. Gwen Johansson
Gwen JohanssonMayor of Hudson’s Hope
The Northwest BC Resource Benefits Alliance (RBA) is a grouping of 21 northwest BC local governments seeking to begin negotiations with the provincial government on revenue sharing given impending large scale industrial development in the region. Key audiences for the communications strategy were a diverse and widespread list of industrial players, government officials and northwest residents.  Brandon Thompson and Amanda Munro designed and delivered a comprehensive and successful media relations strategy that included pick up by national publications. Throughout, they demonstrated a responsiveness to client needs and were punctual and professional in their work.Andrew Webber : Manager, Planning and Economic Development
Andrew Webber : Manager, Planning and Economic DevelopmentRegional District of Kitimat-Stikine, Terrace, BC
I have worked with the team at Munro Thompson several times over the past few years on film, radio and editorial projects that weigh the risks and benefits of industrial projects being considered by my nation. I was impressed by their knowledge, professionalism and dedication to telling our story. I would be happy to recommend these guys for any communications or media project.Chief Joe Bevan
Chief Joe BevanKitselas First Nation
The Wet’suwet’en First Nation started working with Munro Thompson in 2013 when a local mining operation received provincial approval to expand activities on Wet’suwet’en First Nation territory without our consultation or consent. Their skills and expertise were instrumental in supporting the WFN government and natural resources team to develop and implement strategies that got our message heard - resulting in jobs and benefits for our community. We have continued to work with the team in both an external and internal communications capacity - from strategic consultation to tactical execution of communications, film and media campaigns. They are knowledgeable, professional and care deeply about their clients - I’d recommend Munro Thompson Communications to anyone seeking PR and communications support. Chief Karen Ogen
Chief Karen OgenWet’suwet’en First Nation