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Once upon a time, in a song long ago, a singer lamented the loss of dialogue, wondering if ‘the art of communication’ was in danger of simply fading away.

Many years later it is obvious the worries were groundless. With the advent of social media, there are more opportunities than ever for chatter. One might say a conversational revolution is underway.

But where does one go when banter is not what is needed, when the message needs to be refined and strategic?

Devine Media Service (DMS) can provide you with a complete range of content services to ensure your message gets heard, and, more importantly, listened to. We are content specialists who know how to craft a specific content strategy for your needs.

Our services include consulting, public relations, web writing, editorial solutions, newsletters and event planning; check out the site for more on these options. 

At DMS we believe the art of communication is a combination of very specific skills and the ability to think critically about the task at hand. Without that ability, it’s all just so much chatter, and you can find that just about anywhere these days.

For strategic, crafted and expert content solutions, contact Devine Media Service today.

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With a successful merger in the books, the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT) pension plan is eager to begin a new chapter in its provision of adequate retirement income.

The introduction of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) pension plan into the CAAT fund received provincial approval last December, from the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), and active members of the museum plan began to contribute to CAAT at the beginning of this year. 

Based on the support, 97 per cent of active, retired and deferred members said yes to the move, it didn’t seem like a hard sell. 

“Quite simply, employees get a secure defined benefit pension plan … a lifetime guaranteed income with some inflation protection,” Derek Dobson, CAAT CEO and Plan Manager, told ARIA during a recent conversation. 

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Once upon a time, in a song long ago, a singer lamented the loss of dialogue, wondering if ‘the art of communication’ was in danger of simply fading away.

Many years later it is obvious the worries were groundless. With the advent of social media, there are more opportunities than ever for chatter. One might say a conversational revolution is underway.

But where does one go when banter is not what is needed, when the message needs to be refined and strategic?

Devine Media Service (DMS) can provide you with a complete range of content services to ensure your message gets heard, and, more importantly, listened to. We are content specialists who know how to craft a specific content strategy for your needs.

Our services include consulting, public relations, web writing, editorial solutions, newsletters and event planning; check out the site for more on these options. 

At DMS we believe the art of communication is a combination of very specific skills and the ability to think critically about the task at hand. Without that ability, it’s all just so much chatter, and you can find that just about anywhere these days.

For strategic, crafted and expert content solutions, contact Devine Media Service today.

Blog

 

With a successful merger in the books, the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT) pension plan is eager to begin a new chapter in its provision of adequate retirement income.

The introduction of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) pension plan into the CAAT fund received provincial approval last December, from the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), and active members of the museum plan began to contribute to CAAT at the beginning of this year. 

Based on the support, 97 per cent of active, retired and deferred members said yes to the move, it didn’t seem like a hard sell. 

“Quite simply, employees get a secure defined benefit pension plan … a lifetime guaranteed income with some inflation protection,” Derek Dobson, CAAT CEO and Plan Manager, told ARIA during a recent conversation. 

Blog

 

With a successful merger in the books, the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT) pension plan is eager to begin a new chapter in its provision of adequate retirement income.

The introduction of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) pension plan into the CAAT fund received provincial approval last December, from the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), and active members of the museum plan began to contribute to CAAT at the beginning of this year. 

Based on the support, 97 per cent of active, retired and deferred members said yes to the move, it didn’t seem like a hard sell. 

“Quite simply, employees get a secure defined benefit pension plan … a lifetime guaranteed income with some inflation protection,” Derek Dobson, CAAT CEO and Plan Manager, told ARIA during a recent conversation.