Where Communicators Connect

Communicators Connection (formally Halton Peel Communications Association) is an organization for self-employed and freelance communications professionals. We are based in the Halton and Peel Regions of Ontario, Canada, west of Toronto. However, membership is not restricted to these areas.

Our members come from a variety of disciplines, including marketing and corporate communications, graphic design, social media, public relations, writing and other professional disciplines. The group offers its members opportunities for business and professional development and a platform to share knowledge among peers.

We encourage you to explore our website and learn more about an association that is tailor made for self-employed communicators.

Upcoming Communications Events

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The Creative Cloud Masters Conference was created to serve as a platform for creative professionals to expand and diversify their skills. This 3-day event includes 30 sessions built around all the Adobe applications that you love and use every day. As a member of Communicators Connection you qualify for a 15% ...

Our members often work together on behalf of their clients.

By collaborating, independent professionals can offer the same services as a full agency.


Business growth and networking are two of the main benefits that draw independent communicators to Communicators Connection. There are lots of others, but acquiring new clients and being connected are high on the list.

Professional Development

Education is an integral part of CC’s culture.

Join us for informative monthly lunch presentations and communicate with fellow members at any time, using our Google email group.

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