Media & PR

The cookie: an unusual weapon in media relations

Well, it’s one way of avoiding answering questions as showcased a few years back by then Alberta Health Services President and Chief Executive Officer Stephen Duckett:

(In the ensuing row, he left his job and has since moved to Australia.)

Hat-tip: Campaign Reboot

3 responses to “The cookie: an unusual weapon in media relations”

  1. I’m all for free speech but, if I’d been the chap with the cookie, I’d have probably lost my cool with those newshounds … especially after he’d told them there was a press briefing in 30 mins – which they probably already knew about!

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