How did Canada fare in Cannes?
See the final awards tally for 2016, plus a look back at our coverage from the festival.
The case against short-termism in creativity
Edelman Canada’s Lisa Kimmel on why ignoring the business case means putting creativity out of business.
Cannes 2016: Canada comes up short in final categories
While Canada was shut out of Film, Titanium and Integrated, the country’s Young Marketers go home with a Bronze.
Cannes 2016: Canada brings home wins in first Entertainment Lions
JWT, Jam3 and Canada Goose pick up Lions, while Beyonce’s “Formation” takes a Grand Prix in the Entertainment for Music Lions.
Cannes 2016: Does copy testing kill – or create – great work?
JWT’s Brent Choi on the role of testing in award-winning Film campaigns.
Cannes 2016: Canadian work gets shortlisted in Integrated
FCB lands on that shortlist, while Canada Goose gets a mention in Film Craft, but no work appeared in Titanium.
Cannes 2016: Where are you, planners?
FCB Toronto’s Shelley Brown asks if we’re living with the myth that strategy and creative can be separated.
Cannes roundup 2016: Canucks nab 16 Lions so far
Plus, Canada makes a strong showing on the Film and new Entertainment shortlists.
Unilever says it’s time to unstereotype
The global CPG company is calling on the industry to address the portrayal of women in ads.
Cannes 2016: Why are we thanking creativity?
DDB Canada’s Lance Saunders questions whether the festival’s theme is just blind faith.
Cannes 2016: 19 shortlist spots for Canada
Drake is among those shortlisted in the first-ever Music category, Jam3 gets four in Entertainment and nine noms land in Film.
Cannes 2016: Jam3 wins Cyber Gold with MTV
Canadians picked up Lions in Creative Data and Media, but didn’t make the cut for Innovation or Mobile.
Cannes roundup 2016: What you need to know so far
Canada adds to its Lions tally, what makes Radio and Innovation winners, plus a note about our awards coverage.
Cannes 2016: Crafting a new view of innovation
SapientNitro’s global CCO Donald Chesnut and Toronto head Alyssa Altman talk about why craft is often the missing ingredient for truly innovative ideas.
Sunny ways can be a sledgehammer
Ahead of his Cannes chat, Bensimon Byrne’s David Rosenberg talks election lessons for other brands and taking on negative spin.