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Yet another Grand Prix for Leo Burnett

The agency and P&G can add another big win to their trophy case, picking up top honours at last night’s Epica awards.

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Axe Canada names Sid Lee AOR

What does the new agency mean for the men’s grooming line? A new direction and more made-in-Canada creative, to start.

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What keeps Stephane Berube up at night?

L’Oreal’s CMO chats about the dearth of consistent measurement tools, transitioning to a digi-first organization and marketing in a world without boundaries.

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Cutting through the coffee noise

Keurig creates a “brewhaha” to show that its new brewer can go beyond single-serve capabilities.

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Perrier’s playful packaging

Aiming to reach a younger demo, the brand launches a street art-inspired look.

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Fetching consumers with Petcurean

The specialty pet food line is hoping to take on the big brands and grocery stores by equating furry friends to kids.

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What’s in a name?

Pfizer is putting its signature on one of its top products to let consumers know what separates it from the rest.

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Campbell Canada names new VP marketing

Moya Brown assumes the role, leading the company’s marketing operation across all brands.

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What keeps Tony Matta up at night?

The Kraft Canada CMO on why systemic cost-cutting is giving him a hiring headache, and why relying on price is bringing the whole market down.

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Exclusive: Leo Burnett wins Kraft business

The CPG is moving its “natural cheese” portfolio, which includes Cracker Barrel and Tex Mex, from Anomaly.

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Tangible lessons from startups

Call B.S. when it’s warranted, and let your instincts trump data, says David Grisim.

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Boo-worthy brand opps

Not a candy brand? No problem! Here are a few ways to get in on the Halloween spirit.