Awards

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Cannes wrap-up: A big year for Canada

See the final awards tally, plus a look back at our coverage from the festival.

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Canada strikes Gold, Silver and Bronze in Film

People may have shorter attention spans today, but that’s not stopping brands from making long-format content, says juror Darren Clarke of this year’s work.

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Leo, Grey stand tall in Titanium and Integrated

Canada’s top-performing campaigns at Cannes this year have each earned a Lion in one of the festival’s most coveted categories.

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In the jury room with… Google’s Michael Joffe

The juror on why brands need to stop playing nice and what #LikeAGirl could have done to place higher in Branded Content.

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Canada shut out of Film Craft

Four chances were not enough in the increasingly crowded category, with the Grand Prix going to U.K.-based John Lewis’ Christmas spot.

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Canada’s four Branded Content wins

Our country takes home two Silvers and two Bronzes in the category.

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No Grand Prix or Canadian win in Creative Data

But the work that did win in the category, as well as in Innovation, offer lessons on where both are headed.

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Canada has 11 more chances in Cannes

Our country picks up noms in Film Craft, Branded Content and Titanium and Integrated.

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Cannes roundup: breaking records and doing good

The latest awards tally, plus interviews with jury members and how advertising is being used to affect change.

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In the jury room with… Grey’s Patrick Scissons

Digital by design — that’s how you win a medal in cyber, says this year’s Canadian juror.

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Six Cyber Lions for Grey, Leo and Rethink

If the work didn’t have innovation in its DNA, then it didn’t get a medal, said jury president Jean Lin.

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The Product Design Grand Prix’s Canadian connection

A product that adds iron to food comes from a Canadian company, and got its start at the University of Guelph.