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One great ride

As Paul Lavoie exits Taxi, former colleagues share their parting words for the industry figurehead.

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It came from Canada: Part 2

Huggies and HP made a splash on the awards circuit, now learn how (and why) their work is being shipped to new markets.

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It came from Canada: Part 1

Work from this country has been crossing borders. How brands from Boost to Huggies are embracing this mobility.

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Check it out: Egg Farmers releases ‘Weekday Eggs’

A campaign featuring a cheeky product is for those who believe they are too busy to make eggs during the week.

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Stimulant’s annual Gift Guide

Here are the best holiday gifts for you creative folk to geek out on.

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Russell Stover runs first Canadian ad campaign

You may not like every flavour in the box, but that’s okay, according to the chocolate brand.

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2017 Strategy Awards: Huggies leaves no baby unhugged

The brand launched volunteer hugging programs in hospitals to highlight the power of hugs.

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Napa Canada names Reservoir its AOR

The Montreal agency will oversee strategic planning and creative development for the Auto Parts and AutoPro banners.

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Leo Burnett, Lg2 win big (again) at the ADCC awards

The agencies each brought home Scarlet Letter awards, in addition to several Golds.

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The North Face pushes into street fashion

A campaign celebrating the Nuptse jacket shifts the focus from the mountains to the urban jungle.

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Toronto gets a new design shop

Field Trip & Co is led by minds from Bruce Mau Design and SapientNitro.

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Jamieson gears up for cold and flu season

The health products brand takes a cross-product approach to boost business impact.

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Doritos hits play on original music track

The PepsiCo brand makes noise to mark the return of its Sonic Sour Cream flavour after a 14-year absence.

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Check it out: Chartered accountants tackle the ‘internet fad’

A new campaign positions CPAs as having a direct impact on future-proofing businesses.

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The market for pet parents

Millennials take pet ownership seriously, creating all kinds of opportunities for brands that know how to reach them.