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We are a full-service marketing and public relations firm, which enables us to not only research and develop creative advertising campaigns, but to also provide a wide range of other services that most traditional advertising agencies are less equipped to handle. With Benchmark you will gain access to senior communications counsellors skilled in issues management able to help steer your organization in the direction you want it to go.


From organizing international trade missions to becoming Saskatchewan’s largest locally-owned contract magazine publisher, Benchmark has a long and distinguished history as the province’s largest public relations agency. We’ve provided media relations training for senior government officials and Olympic athletes; raised $1 million for KidSport as the project manager for the Saskatchewan Roughriders Calendar; and managed the federal/provincial memorandum of understanding on international trade development. We’ve also provided media relations for the Cirque du Soliel; created new brands and logos for numerous organizations; and created provincial advocacy campaigns that swayed government decision making.


Our clients range from national organizations such as the Business Development Bank of Canada and Skills Canada to federal and provincial government ministries including Health Canada, Saskatchewan Agriculture and Saskatchewan Justice. We provide service to a wide diversity of organizations including the University of Regina, Crown Investments Corporation, Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, and the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan.




Benchmark Public Relations is one of the premier public relations firms on the prairies. We are a full-agency offering all aspects of communication and marketing services. We began as a single person operation in 1992 and have since grown to encompass more than a dozen staff and consultants situated in offices in Regina, Saskatoon and Winnipeg. No company can match our expertise in being able to reach targeted audiences in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. 

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“Advocacy efforts led by Benchmark for the Disability Income Support Coalition led the provincial government to declare Saskatchewan to be the best province in the country for people with disabilities to live.”