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2017 Strategy Awards: PC connects consumers over food
The "Eat Together" movement highlighted the personal connections that can be made over food.
2017 Strategy Awards: Cashmere confronts shy bladders
Devices that live-streamed music were installed in public washrooms to break the silence.
Two John St. founding partners to leave the agency
New executives step up as the WPP-owned shop readies for its next chapter.
Here is the Digital Agency of the Year shortlist
These 14 agencies are still in the running for DAOY.
Cannes 2017: Five more Lions for Canada in Radio and Film Craft
John St., Cossette and Sid Lee collect more awards for the country on the festival's penultimate day.
John St. announces new creative leaders
The agency hires Paul Little and promotes Cedric Audet to senior roles.
Cossette wins Yellow Pencil at D&AD
The agency's SickKids work led Canadian winners at this year's show, where nine agencies combined for 20 Pencils.
Former John St. directors start new agency
Niall Kelly and Jason Last have launched Conflict, aimed at helping clients embrace cultural tension.
Leo leads Canadian One Show finalists
A total of 21 local agencies have a shot at picking up a Pencil at next month's show.
Home Hardware debuts new brand positioning
The retailer goes after a younger demographic with a new tagline centred on its know-how.
The Contenders: The best of Film and Integrated
Our final look at this year's awards favourites examines likely standouts in two marquee categories.
The Contenders: Tech that packed a punch
Our look at this year's award show hopefuls continues with work that used technology to bring insights to life.
Cashmere gets into music streaming
Classical music on the go helps the brand lend a hand to the shy bathroom visitors among us.
JP Wiser’s moves to No Fixed Address
Changing category dynamics prompted the whisky brand to switch up its AOR.
Which ads did Canadians watch most in 2016?
WestJet, Zag Bank and Tropicana Canada find places in YouTube's annual ranking of the year's top spots.