Up to the Minute: FCB wins Ontario Tourism (again)
Plus, Media Profile makes a slew of promotions and more news you may have missed.
Juniper Park\TBWA builds its strategy strength
Chief strategy officer Mark Tomblin talks additions to the merged shop’s team.
DDB names new leader in Montreal
Jean-Francois Mallette joins as managing director, with a goal of bringing more collaboration to the shop.
Cheil hires new ECD
Michael Murray takes over the creative department as previous leader Nelson Quintal moves to a global role.
Up to the Minute: New wins for DAC and UM
Plus, Garnier’s new PR shop and more news you may have missed.
McCann Montreal adds new VP
Thierry Gauthier is the agency’s first major hire since rebranding from Marketel and bringing in a new president.
Cundari names new Montreal leadership
Nicolas Lefebvre will lead the office as the agency’s plans for expansion continue to develop.
FCB names director of integrated production
Stefan Fabich joins to lead the agency’s evolving production offering after five years at Tribal Worldwide.
Bleublancrouge bolsters content strategy
The hiring of digital- and influencer-focused strategists aims to better inform work on increasingly important channels.
Grey acquires Tank
The Montreal agency will retain its name as president Marc Lanouette (pictured, right) becomes CEO of the network in Canada.
Welcome to the sharing economy of advertising
KBS Canada head Nick Dean reflects on talent in the agency world and what’s ahead for 2017.
Marketel McCann rebrands, adds new president
Mylene Savoie takes the leadership position as the agency takes on a new name.
Zulu adds seven
The agency ends the year by adding a new creative team and staff focused on strategy, data and innovation.
Confirming speculation, Blammo and Extreme merge
Dubbed Arrivals + Departures, the new agency is aiming for nothing less than becoming one of Canada’s top indies.
Tam-Tam\TBWA hires new strategy leadership
Former K-72 head Guillaume Mathieu joins the Montreal agency as director of strategic planning.