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RBC celebrates easy travel

The latest campaign for its Avion rewards program focuses on the joy of paying for an ideal trip using points.


A day to tackle sexism

How some brands hope to affect lasting change on International Women’s Day.


L’Oreal Paris launches Canada-exclusive skincare line

The beauty co launches the new line with a campaign featuring actress Freida Pinto.


Check it out: Can a Big Mac conquer hate?

McDonald’s Canada asks Canadiens fans to hug a hated rival for a free burger.


Up to the Minute: Taxi wins Fido

Plus: TD names new marketing director in Quebec and more news you might have missed.


Vans launches a cultural hub

The shoe brand’s 50th anniversary celebration brings weeks of concerts and workshops to a warehouse in Toronto.

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Toyota turns to tech

The automaker’s new digitally-driven experiential play targets millennials outside of the traditional dealership.


Sport Chek slows down

The retailer’s “spring training” platform targeted at women takes a different approach to show the path to physical betterment.


Leon’s looks to the next generation

A new platform by Taxi 2 gets away from sale-focused messaging to bring younger families to the brand.


Check it out: Movies that follow you

The Canadian Film Festival shows how a great film can really stick.


KBS wins McCain Superfries

The agency has been awarded the work for a new brand campaign, launching today, that targets adult-only households.


Rexall acquired by U.S. corporation

The $3 billion deal will see pharma distributor McKesson take control of roughly 470 retail locations across Canada.


A new way for students to get feedback

AndersonDDB launches, a platform for students to get a direct line to top creative directors.

Dirk Van Ginkel

Jam3 picks up a new CD

Dirk Van Ginkel comes from London to add to the agency’s creative leadership in Toronto.


What keeps drivers loyal?

A new survey shows that many Canadians plan to switch car brands next time they’re in the market.