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O, Molson Canadian, our true and patriot beer!

A look at how the patriotic brand has fought to win brand love over the last 60 years and what it hopes will be its next one-two punch.

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Walmart hits 25 years in Canada

There were skeptics when the chain first crossed the border, but it has held its own by stressing Canadian character and a customer-first mantra.

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We The North: Building a basketball brand with bounce

Almost 25 years since its original logo was unveiled, the Toronto Raptors are a part of the fabric of the North.

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No Frills: The discount grocer with swagger

As it celebrates 40 years, the grocery chain is doubling down on unapologetic marketing to bring more savvy shoppers into the fold.

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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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CIBC, then and now

150 years of tinkering with strategy and brand identity have helped the bank with first-mover ambitions fit into consumers’ lives.

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The BMO Effect

With Canada’s first bank marking its bicentennial, we look back on 200 years of memorable (and sometimes unconventional) marketing.

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The beer necessities

For 170 years, Labatt has been a trendsetter and a cultural force.

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Nestle looks outside the nest

The world’s largest food company turns 150, with a plan for more innovation and a corporate image boost.

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Nabob and the coffee kerfuffle

How the 120-year-old brand managed to maintain its challenger status.

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Staying priceless

MasterCard repositions itself as a tech leader as it prepares to celebrate its 50th birthday.

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Inside WestJet’s fight for the skies

In two decades, the airliner went from being a challenger brand to one that upstarts want to challenge.

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How to turn 195, the Alexander Keith’s way

For the last two centuries, the Labatt-owned beer brand has been reflecting Maritime values back to its fanatical drinkers.

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Campbell takes soup into the new age

In its 85th year, the CPG co is rolling out new products and targeting a younger crowd, but will millennials warm to it?

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TD’s growing interest

From JohnnyCash machines to grumpy old men to heartfelt thank-yous, how TD Canada Trust has banked on comfort for 160 years.