Heather Beaumont

Marketing Content Developer / Strategist



As a sales, business and marketing content developer and strategist, with a journalism, marketing and adult training and development background, I write for and about: Top Employers; Retail; Home Improvement; Skilled Trades; Awards & Recognition; Health & Wellness; Training & Development; Families & Kids.

Accurate and detailed content helps organizations promote, celebrate, recognize and acknowledge individual, team and department, business solutions, achievements and innovations.

Clients hire me to develop: Custom and branded, digital, print and broadcast content and solutions for marketing, communications and human resources departments.

* Success Stories, Testimonials, Case Studies
* Award Nominations/Recognition Submissions
* Branded/Marketing Content
* Communications Content
* Educational/Training Material

Clients include: Star Metromedia; University of Toronto, Scarborough; Canadian Council for Youth Prosperity; the Muscular Dystrophy Assn. of Canada, the Central West Local Health Integration Network (CW LHIN); the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Culture, among others.

HHIQ Q2 2022

Hardlines Home Improvement Quarterly is the trade magazine of record for the $59-billion hardware and building supply retail market in Canada. Our subscriber base includes some 11,000 physical addresses. Q2 2022 includes: Interview with Mike Perry, manager of Hillhurst Hardware, Calgary, one of the best urban hardware stores in Canada; How to get more contractor feedback; Retail marketing in the pandemic.

Find your Oasis - how to discover unique family moments this fall | CBC Sponsor Content

Still thinking about summer? The barbecues? The park meet-ups? The shrieks of joy as the kids soared ever higher on the playground swings? There were quieter moments, too. Time spent practicing yoga or carefully plotting the next move in games of chess, checkers or cards. Get-togethers and celebrations were a little smaller this summer.

Sponsored | Falling for harvest with Farm Boy

At this time of year change is in the air. The fall transitions from light, summer fare to heartier, comfort foods and brings with it a fresh chance to enjoy the season's daily harvest. At Farm Boy, it's all about the food.

Sponsored | Leading university noted for employee learning and growth

For the sixth year in a row, McMaster University has secured a position on Hamilton-Niagara's Top Employers list. "There are so many reasons to be proud to work at McMaster, from groundbreaking research to fundraising and talent development," said Melanie Garaffa, Associate Director, Talent, Equity and Development, Human Resources Services.

Let's go, together: Introducing the Canadian Council for Youth Prosperity

Le français suit l'anglais. At the Canadian Council for Youth Prosperity we believe there is strength in numbers. That's why we're building a network of connectors and collaborators, both provincially and nationally, to multiply our collective impact. This unprecedented collaboration represents a new way of working across sectors to strengthen and sustain the youth workforce development ecosystem.

Supported | Brightening lives through music

In this year of the pandemic, the Shaw Festival's fall concert series urges audiences to accentuate the positive, with familiar and uplifting lyrics and music by Duke Ellington, Cole Porter and Dorothy Fields. "We thought, what people are craving at the moment is some joy," explains Shaw Festival artistic director Tim Carroll.

Sponsored | Teamwork is integral to Joseph Brant Hospital's pandemic response

For the sixth year in a row, a culture of compassion, accountability, respect and excellence has guided Joseph Brant Hospital toward a coveted position on Hamilton-Niagara's Top Employer's list. "This past year has been a truly remarkable time that has tested our staff in ways no one could anticipate, and they've risen to the challenge," said Leah Martuscelli, Chief Human Resources Officer.

Add science to the final weeks of your summer

Summer is the perfect time for curious minds to explore and discover - so the Science Centre has online programming from do-it-yourself experiments and activities to virtual events. "Many people imagine that science is something you do only in a lab," says Donna Francis, a researcher-programmer working in Chemistry and Materials Science at the Ontario Science Centre.

Join the Big Move Cancer Ride to support local cancer care

This year's Big Move Cancer riders will go their own way, at their own pace, on challenging, scenic, or family-designated routes, while raising funds for Niagara Health's Walker Family Cancer Centre. "There are very few things more important than health - and our local cancer centre deserves our support," explains John Suk.

Food Fraud: How to Know When You're Being Scammed

Wth food fraud in the news, Canadians are becoming more aware of the importance of learning about the producers, manufacturers and suppliers we rely upon to put safe, quality food on our tables. Food fraud is the misrepresentation of a product's composition or the adulteration (substitution or dilution) of ingredients for economic gain.

Landmarks 2017
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LandMarks2017/ Repères2017 invites people to creatively explore and deepen their connection to the land through a series of contemporary art projects.