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Every brand wants it, but how do you snag one? Leo Burnett shares its secrets.
The telecom company and government partnership targets smartphone users with tips on app privacy and avoiding cybercrime.
The brand has launched its presence on the social platform, introducing itself to fans in an artsy way.
The Mint’s TV spots feature coins being used to showcase Canada’s 150-year history in an animated way.
Eight-year-old online influencers are holding the power in the new toy marketing landscape.
Analytics company Infegy ranks the 50 most popular brands online.
The bank’s new long-term CSR platform aims to give Canadians confidence to succeed.
The Toronto-area mall is tapping into social media style stars in a bid to become a fashion destination for Ontario shoppers.
To prove it knows life at home, the retailer engaged consumers with its “House Rules.”
How colleges and universities are trying to ensure the next generation of marketers have the skills needed to succeed in the biz.
CASSIES judge and DDB Montreal’s Etienne Bastien on campaigns’ actual vs. perceived success.