Awards

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2019 AOY Silver: BBDO dissects creativity

How the Toronto shop is inspiring creativity via a “Factory” workshop to come up with work that uniquely addresses business challenges.

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2019 AOY Gold, Design Gold and Silver Digital: Rethink rethinks its future

The 20-year old shop, which bagged three awards for work across disciplines, is gearing up for a future without its founders at the helm.

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Rethink is the 2019 Agency of the Year

The agency also won a Gold in Design and Silver in Digital, a category where FCB continued its winning streak.

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2019 Strategy Awards: Pot brands speak up in OOH campaigns

Tweed and Dosist created platforms that educated Canadians on the benefits of weed prior to its date with lawmakers.

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2019 Strategy Awards: Brand strategies that changed the game

Turnaround strategies that helped change consumer perceptions of No Frills, Motrin and the Terry Fox Foundation.

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2019 Strategy Awards: Content that sparks movements

The issues around toxic masculinity and youth oppression are tackled in powerful films from Right to Play and White Ribbon.

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2019 Strategy Awards: Campaigns find strength in numbers

SickKids and Fondation Emergence rally Canadians to come together in the name of kids health and social prosperity.

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The 2019 Media Innovation Awards shortlist: part two

Finalists in the Best Media Insights, Products and Services, Niche Marketing and Public Service categories are announced.

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The 2019 Media Innovation Awards shortlist: part one

The nominees in the Media, Digital and Content categories are revealed prior to the MIAs gala on Nov. 28.

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Target wins Best of Show at ICE Awards

The agency won for Crime Stoppers’ “Project Anonymous” at the show recognizing the top work in Atlantic Canada.

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Meet the 2019 Brands of the Year

From StrategyDaily: Dig into features on what makes Loblaw, MEC, Ecobee, Ritual, OVO and Frank And Oak each a BOY.

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The New Establishment: Fostering inclusion at Telus

How this year’s Brand winner Danica Nelson is driving results and diversity at the telco.

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2019 Brand of the Year: Frank And Oak goes greener

The Montreal-based brand has planted seeds of sustainability as a way to grow in a competitive retail landscape.

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2019 Brand of the Year: MEC climbs to new heights

The retailer is modernizing by celebrating diversity, expanding its offerings and upping its experiential game.

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2019 Brand of the Year: Ritual scales and shifts gears

How the company is investing in its future by building products that go beyond the meal ordering app.