Curious Public Uplift 2022

We’re excited to announce our 4th annual Uplift program. If you are a non-profit or NGO in the Greater Toronto or Metro Vancouver area helping your community, we want to help you – at no cost!


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Announcing Curious Public

Following a rebranding exercise, Lloyd Rang Communications is now Curious Public!


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On Truthfulness

Honesty is expected from organizations, no different than with our own personal circles. To thrive, you have to embrace authenticity if for no other reason than a lack of authenticity will be called out and exposed.


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Lessons for Business … From the Theatre, of all Places

Memorising lines isn't the challenge, it's keeping spontaneity alive on the eigth iteration of the same show. Shannon Currie highlights, counter-intuitively, how your organization can actually foster creativity by following a set framework in the form of a narrative for your brand.


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Why the Three Most Frightening Words in English Are “Has Legal Reviewed?”

In another excerpt of etymology, LLoyd Rang weighs in on the balancing act with legal and communications professionals searching for that sweet spot between precision and creativity; legal jargon and poetry; Latin and English.


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Good Stories Make Us Feel We Belong

When a story makes you feel like you belong, it's a powerful thing. But it's not easy to do. Jordan Ray writes about a story that made him feel seen, and explains that to tell a powerful story, you've got to be curious first—curious enough to listen.


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Remembering James Bullbrook

Goodbye, James.


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Get Big Fast: The Communications Partnership Model

A lot of companies want to position themselves as “full service” agencies these days. But at best, they’re a Swiss-Army knife—a tiny pair of scissors when you need shears. As Lloyd Rang explains, that's why LRC has informal partnerships with companies who do PR, Graphic Design, Branding, and Videography. We bring them into our work because you don’t actually need to be good at everything—and if a client needs more than that, LRC finds the right partner to get the job done.


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What Six Blind Men and an Elephant Can Tell Us About Business

Lloyd Rang explains why an old story about six blind men and an elephant can teach us a lot about how companies understand themselves—and how LRC uses those lessons to help companies tell their stories.


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