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Eco-moves: Looking beyond reducing plastic waste
Announcements from Budweiser, Unilever and Air Canada are among the most recent focused on sustainability.
Behind the 2018 New Establishment: Brand winners
Telis Carayannakis and Aidan Shankman are recognized for their pioneering feats.
Budweiser to build a community-centric strategy
The marketer leading Canada's most popular beer says sports works, but it's time to evolve.
Labatt names new director of marketing
As Andrew Oosterhuis (pictured) takes a global role with Stella, Mike D'Agostini takes over Budweiser's marketing in Canada.
CASSIES Gold: Bud’s strategy to own the goal
Anomaly earns three awards by helping the beer brand find a place in the heart of hockey fans.
Gone in six seconds
Short ads: creativity killers or new tools to convey a single-minded message?
2017 Strategy Awards: Budweiser lights up
The brand reached hockey fans with a game-synced beer glass that lit up with each goal.
Demand delivery: your consumer demands it (column)
PepsiCo's Nancy Rooney on driving loyalty as the path-to-purchase shifts.
Have we reached peak ‘authenticity’?
Some brands tackle pretentiousness with a different vision of everyone's favourite buzzword.
Shopper Innovation Awards: Budweiser rocks out with Metallica
The brand produced a limited run of beer inspired by the iconic band for a Quebec City show.
Marketers of the Year: Bottling beer success
Kyle Norrington is giving each Labatt brand a unique personality to set them apart, even within their own family.
Turning it up for NXNE
How two of the festival's title sponsors are stepping up to reach Toronto's music lovers.
MLSE wins big at Clio Sports
The company, which works with Sid Lee, had the most wins for Canada, with additional trophies going to Rethink, Anomaly, TBWA and Sid Lee.
Up to the minute: Union Montreal fills up, a Canadian Clio president
The hires, wins and media news that might have flown under your radar this week.
Canada takes eight spots on Warc 100 list
The Ontario government's "Quit the Denial" campaign was among the Canadian creative to stand out for its effectiveness.