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One Show announces first round of shortlists
Four Canadian agencies are in the running for Pencils, with the show also revealing a new influencer-focused category.
Check it out: A deja vu from Honda
The automaker remakes a well-known spot, with a not-so-genuine twist.
DS+P wins Reliance
The agency will handle creative for the heating and cooling giant as it looks to be less traditional with its advertising.
Cannes Contenders 2016: Peerless promo work
From a sky-high beer stunt to kid-friendly business cards, here are five more campaigns that could stand out in June.
Up to the Minute: Tag grows by 13
Plus: DS+P wins at One Show Auto, Publicis names new global boards and more news you might have missed.
DS+P hires six
The year begins with the agency adding a group account director and several creatives to handle new business.
The top agency stories of 2015
We continue our look at what shaped the industry 2015, this time through our most-read news out of the agency world.
What are your #priceincentives?
Agency folks get behind the social media craze of promising life and limb for David Price to stay in TO.
DS+P hires new head of planning
Kristin Burnham comes on board after nearly four years with Cossette.
Grolsch’s creative connections
Don't let this European beer's 400 years fool you. It's stayed fresh, thanks to collaborations with contemporary artists and forward-thinking partners, like Vice.
DS+P finds its new creative director
Brian Murray joins from Cundari to take over leadership of the agency's creative department.
Todd Mackie and Denise Rossetto leave DS+P
The partners and co-ECDs have left to pursue other opportunities.
Canada Dry Mott’s new product love affair
Product innovation tends to fail. So why is the beverage co banking on new product launches? The simple answer: it's working.
Serge Rancourt leaves DS+P
The partner has sold his shares in the agency to pursue other opportunities outside of advertising.
Record number of Canadians named Cannes jurors
Ten Canadians, including Grey's Patrick Scissons and Wax's Monique Gamache, will sit on juries this year.