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Publicis Communications makes leadership changes
Leo Burnett's Judy John and Brent Nelsen, plus Publicis' Andrew Bruce, expand their roles across North America.
Cannes 2016: Jam3 wins Cyber Gold with MTV
Canadians picked up Lions in Creative Data and Media, but didn't make the cut for Innovation or Mobile.
Cannes 2016: Canada Goose, Leo, Grey and Critical Mass pick up Lions
Canada won in PR, Digital Craft and Design but was shut out of the Outdoor and Product Design categories.
Cannes roundup 2016: A recap of the awards
ICYMI, here is a look at the Lions and the shortlist mentions Canada has picked up so far.
Cannes 2016: Canada brings home seven Lions
A good showing in Radio and wins in Direct and Promo balance out Canadian work being shut out of other categories.
Cannes roundup 2016: All the shortlists in one place
In addition to Canada's one Health Lion, the country nabs 61 shortlist noms as the festival gets under way.
Cannes 2016: Canada gets 28 more shortlist mentions
Canadian work dominated in Design, also making showings in the Digital Craft, Outdoor and PR categories.
Grey takes Grand Effie
The win for "Groceries Not Guns" was the first for a Canadian agency, while Leo, Juniper Park, Ogilvy and Tribal also took home prizes.
AToMiC Awards: Removing the friction
These social campaigns broke barriers to action with devices and narrative techniques.
Grey, Leo pick up Yellow Pencil at D&AD
The agencies were among nine Canadian shops recognized at this year's awards.
Ikea brings the kitchen downtown
The brand has created a tasty experience in downtown Toronto as part of its food-first approach.
Updated: Canada takes 28 One Show Pencils
Rethink takes the most Pencils while Grey, Cossette and Zulu all nab Golds.
Judy John added to Cannes jury
Leo Burnett's CEO and CCO will judge the Titanium and Integrated Lions, bringing the number of Canadian jurors to 10.
Shopper Innovation Awards: Ontario government takes on ‘grey areas’
The sexual harassment ads targeted bystanders, calling on them to take action.
Shopper Innovation Awards: Intel escapes to Mars inside Best Buy
The brand created an augmented reality game for its experiential zone inside the retailer.