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Check it out: Nightmare on Skittles Ave.

A Halloween execution in Toronto adds a taste of the rainbow to one street’s spooky decorations.


Are Canadian retail sales about to slide?

As the holiday season approaches, growth remains respectable but there are signs that it may not stay that way.

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Anomaly adds two to leadership team

Founding staff Candace Borland and Dion Aralihalli are named managing directors of the agency’s Toronto office.


Republic reorganizes its strategy offering

The agency is focusing more on the practice with some key additions to its team.


Changes come to FCB Canada

A new ACD is added to the expanding Montreal team, while the Health division aligns itself with the global network.


Check it out: Sears calls you out

A fall campaign attempts to divert shoppers who cut through the store on their way to the mall.


Rethink named AOR for Wonder Bread

The agency won the account following a competitive pitch, the second announced by Weston Bakeries this month.


Frank + Oak launches grant for entrepreneurs

The fund will give cash and educational opportunities to startup founders, split equally between men and women.


Metro launches online shopping

The first phase of delivery begins in Quebec.

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KBS Toronto makes key promotions

Lorri MacDonald has been named managing director, with more promotions in the creative and account teams.


What’s driving success for top brands?

A study of over-performing companies shows what they’re doing right when it comes to insights and analytics.


HBC collaborates for beauty

The “You Can” platform brings the in-store makeup artists from multiple brands together for a series of tutorial videos.


Mark’s puts its approach to the test

A series of online videos focused on product innovation puts a twist on showing off features and benefits.


Bleublancrouge expands to Toronto

The agency also names a new president in Montreal as Groupe Police eyes more opportunities outside of Quebec.


Influenster opens Toronto office

The review and product-discovery platform is hoping to forge deeper connections with Canadian clients and build local insights.