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Women still don’t feel represented in ads: study

Part three of McCann’s The Truth About Canadian Women reveals the gap that persists in how women are portrayed.

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Grayes has a bright new campaign

The Canadian workwear brand enlists four “driven” women to design and model pieces for its new capsule collection.

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Interac shows all the different ways to tap

The national campaign uses convenience and its anti-debt positioning to get women to switch to Flash.

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Changing lanes

Settled into a new role at Leo Burnett Chicago, Jordan Doucette talks about fostering ideas and how to support women in the industry.

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Female executive officers remain rare in Canada

Rosenzweig’s 13th annual report shows Canada’s top 100 companies are dominated by male executives.

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Chico’s encourages women to be bold about their age

The women’s fashion retailer launches a brand refresh that capitalizes on an empowering social tension.

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2017 Strategy Awards: Rethinking the cancer conversation

The Give-A-Care campaign featured custom products to help young women through treatment.

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Omnicom brings Omniwomen to Canada

The holding co’s program will look to support the development of current and future female leaders across its agencies.

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The story behind ‘the one that got away’

Interval House challenges perceptions and centres on the emotional barriers to leaving an abusive relationship.

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Activia starts the year ‘in sync’

The Danone brand simplifies its in-store messaging and builds on its holistic well-being approach.

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Quaker shows the rest of the picture

A new social campaign sheds light on what’s missing from those “perfect” Facebook photos.

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Canadian Women’s Foundation flips the script

The organization lets girls choose the message of its #GirlPowered campaign.

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Is your brand gender neutral enough?

A new report provides insights on parents’ desire to raise their kids without adhering to stereotypes.

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Marie Callender’s challenges guilt

The frozen meal brand targets time-strapped moms with its first made-for-Canada campaign.

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Rethinking tea and sympathy

Why Rethink Breast Cancer has turned to a new product line to educate Canadians and help provide more useful gifts.