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The industry puts a spotlight on mental health

Lg2 and NABS are encouraging industry members to share their stories and reach out for help ahead of Bell Let’s Talk Day.

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Frank and Oak celebrates our differences

The clothing brand launches a new unisex collection and CSR campaign to support immigrant women and equality.

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Uber and MADD look to prevent ‘stolen’ motherhood

The organizations have partnered on an emotional campaign to fight desensitization to impaired driving messages.

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The LCBO’s holiday guide to responsible hosting

The new CSR campaign was born from a year’s worth of insights that led the brand to tap influencers and take to the streets.

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How Canadian Tire evolved its approach to kids

Holiday work promoting its toy selection and Jumpstart charity brings more “fun” to the retailer’s strategy.

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CSR offers more risk than reward for CEOs: study

An academic analysis shows social responsibility investment tilts the scales on CEO termination.

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Flow Water joins the B Corp-certified movement

The brand’s CEO argues the stamp of approval is important, even if most consumers don’t yet recognize it.

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Which causes remain key to Canadians?

New Ipsos data suggests shoppers are keeping an eye on charitable deeds throughout their relationship with a brand.

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Behind The Body Shop’s approach to CSR

With a new owner and ambitious campaign, the brand’s top marketers talk media strategy and finding new customers.

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DanoneWave calls sustainability ‘the future of working’

Benefit corporation? B-corp? Here’s the CSR cred the new dairy giant is chasing.

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Billy Bee searches for sweetness

The brand reinforces its 100% Canadianness by celebrating our kindest towns.

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The internal and external challenges of sustainability branding

It’s a big CSR focus, and Frances Edmonds is helping HP Canada build its brand around it.

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Canada’s most reputable corporations a stable bunch

Leger’s annual consumer survey shows trust is long-lasting but easily lost.

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Check it out: A Toronto non-profit rattles residents

A new campaign prompts people who think homelessness is an inconvenience to rethink their opinion.

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Kellogg Canada bets on ketchup

The CPG co makes the Pringles flavour a permanent fixture on shelves.