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Creative Report Card: Always shifts generational gears
#LikeAGirl becomes “Unstoppable”
Always tackles stereotypes ‘like a girl’
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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.
Brands are taking up bees, emojis and food waste to connect with socially-conscious consumers.
Cannes Contenders 2016: Staff picks
The teams at strategy and Media in Canada pick the campaigns they think have a shot at Lions this year.
Which Canadians made the Warc 100?
Check out where our brands, campaigns and agencies landed on this year's list.
The 2016 Creative Report Card
It was a big year for P&G, Leo Burnett, Lg2, DDB, Grey and Rethink. See who else ranked high on the list this year.
Who took home the 2016 CASSIES Grand Prix?
Check out which brands and agencies produced the best "work that worked."
CASSIES Grand Prix: Always strikes a chord
The internationally celebrated #LikeAGirl campaign was also unsurpassed in its effectiveness.
How did Canada fare in the Gunn Report?
Leo Burnett Toronto was ranked first in Canada and fifth globally, while #LikeAGirl was the top campaign in the world.
Canada’s favourite YouTube ads
Mobile games, social good and millennial dads were all draws for Canadians watching this year.
AOY Gold: Leo Burnett’s winning vision
After a huge year on the awards circuit (including an Emmy), the agency wins its second consecutive Agency of the Year Gold.
PR AOY Gold: MSLGroup gains influence
The agency leverages its relationships with its Publicis sister agencies, and rallies influencers to create a recipe for success.
A prophecy for pumpkins
We predict where the fall staple will take us next.
Carmilla snags top PROMO! Award
From Leo to Zulu, read up on all the night's big winners.
NY Ad Week: Leo Burnett #winsbig at MIXX awards
YouTube’s CEO cites "#LikeAGirl" as a prime example of the site's video evolution.
#LikeAGirl picks up an Emmy
Leo Burnett adds one more trophy to the case for the campaign, while Toronto-based Secret Location wins the first award for VR.