• We Are The Mom Market

The IPR Difference

PR is more than creating a strategy. It is about bringing together the message and the medium in a harmonious partnership. We truly understand the target market; because we are the target market.


Selling your story to the media is only the first step. It needs to resonate with the end user. At IPR we understand how to get your story noticed by the media and seen by your target market.


We are pace-setters in the PR industry; continually evolving to deliver content across integrated platforms. The PRISM approach, exclusive to IPR, brings together traditional PR strategies with Integrated Social Media campaigns.

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Our Press Network

IPR has strong relationships with key decision makers at traditional media outlets across Canada including:
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We are THE firm in Canada servicing the powerful “Mom” market. We get it, because we are it! As Moms ourselves, we know how to deliver the message moms want to hear, through the channels they are paying attention to.

We work more closely with parenting and lifestyle media and bloggers than any other firm in Canada.

Find out what clients are saying about us!
As an editor who is pitched by multiple people and companies every day, I can confidently say that Alison Burke is one of my favourite PR people to work with. She understands the challenges of being a mom and an entrepreneur like few others in the industry do, which makes her a one-of-a-kind representative in a growing sector that’s underserved at the moment.

NADINE SILVERTHORNE, Managing Editor, TodaysParent.com

Nadine Silverthorne
Managing Editor