The 2016 Creative Report Card shortlists revealed

Before the full lists are released, take a look at the top 10 individuals and companies in this year's CRC.

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Seven more sleeps, folks. That’s how long you’ll have to patiently wait until the 2016 Creative Report Card is finally released on Thursday, Feb. 19.

But, in the meantime, here are the top 10 brands, agencies, creative directors, art directors and copywriters on the list this year (unranked, and in alphabetical order) to whet your appetite:

Brands:

Bell
Farnham Ale & Lager
SickKids Foundation
Ikea
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America
Netflix
P&G
Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec
Tim Hortons
Ubisoft

Agencies:

BBDO / Proximity
Cossette
DDB / Tribal Worldwide
Grey Canada
J. Walter Thompson
Lg2
Leo Burnett
Publicis
Rethink
Taxi
Zulu Alpha Kilo

Creative Directors:

Brent Choi
Luc Du Sault
Ian Grais
Lisa Greenberg
Judy John
Dre Labre
Patrick Scissons
Ryan Spelliscy
Chris Staples
Aaron Starkman

Art Directors:

Anthony Chelvanathan
Luc Du Sault
Laurent Francoeur-Larouche
Logan Gabel
Raul Garcia
Daryl Gardiner
Cindy Marie Habana
Jay Melnychuk
Edern Talhouet
Julien Thiry
Rob Trickey

Copywriters:

Dave Barber
Nicolas Boisvert
Graeme Campbell
Mike DeCandido
Luc Du Sault
Laurent Francoeur-Larouche
Jean Lafreniere
Steve Persico
Patrick Scissons
Geoff Vreeken

Strategy’s Creative Report Card is an annual amalgamation of regional, national and international awards collected by individuals and companies over the past year, with the top players featured in our Feb/March print issue. The online component of the Report Card features current and past rankings of agencies, brands and creatives, the award-winning campaigns that put them there, related news articles, and more.