Val Maloney

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Fall TV: HBO Canada ups the sponsors for Boardwalk Empire

Canadian Club, Sears Canada sign on for season two of the prohibition-era drama.

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Teehan+Lax takes AR to next level

The Toronto-based agency unveils Touch Vision Interface, which uses smartphone tech to make AR a hands-on experience.

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Karo Group launches media division

The west coast agency has hired Bill Fitch to head up the new arm.

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Ian MacKellar joins Ogilvy Toronto as CCO

The former Bensimon Byrne executive CD joins the team following the departure of Vonk and Kestin.

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Global goes big for fall

The Shaw Media network uses “song tagging” and flash mobs to promote its new season.

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Teehan+Lax takes AR to next level

The agency is asking media cos for application ideas on its newly created touch technology.

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Rain 43 adds a partner

Kevin Pfuhl joins the agency from BBDO/Proximity as partner and chief strategic officer.

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TIFF: Skyy Vodka lights up the night

The PMA Canada brand kicked off its festival sponsorship with an eye-catching stunt.

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Yum! appoints new CMO

David Vivenes is promoted to the role, which handles KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell.

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Slice goes multi-platform for fall

The Shaw Media channel promotes its fall offerings on everything from gym shower curtains to glittery mall ads.

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Bell makes social art

The mobile phone co creates portraits out of the words consumers share most on their social networks.

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HGTV rolls out fall campaign

The Shaw Media specialty channel goes multi-platform to support two of its new shows.

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Activia makes fans famous

The Danone yogurt is giving each fan their 15 minutes with a new campaign.

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PFLAG Canada shares stories

The non-profit is kicking off a campaign that uses QR codes to share people’s personal stories.

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PFLAG Canada tells stories

The not-for-profit uses creative placement of QR codes to drive traffic in its new campaign.