Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America
Agency Partners 2016
‘Not allowed’ evolves
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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.
Creative Report Card: Grey taps into culture to change it
Grey ties for the #4 spot this year, and the team of creative chameleons looks to solve problems in new ways.
CASSIES Grand Prix: Moms demand groceries, not guns
The social awareness campaign set its sights on corporations to influence the gun debate.
Canada strikes Gold, Silver and Bronze in Film
People may have shorter attention spans today, but that's not stopping brands from making long-format content, says juror Darren Clarke of this year's work.
Leo, Grey stand tall in Titanium and Integrated
Canada's top-performing campaigns at Cannes this year have each earned a Lion in one of the festival's most coveted categories.
#LikeAGirl wins PR Grand Prix
The campaign, with PR out of the U.S., also picked up a Gold, while Grey Canada picks up another Gold for "Groceries not guns."
Canada’s latest shortlist chances in Cannes
The third day of Cannes bring another 33 chances at a Lion for Canada, including a pair in the new Glass Lions.
Canada wins two Golds in Promo & Activation
Leo Burnett's "#LikeAGirl" takes a Gold and Bronze at Cannes, while Grey wins Gold for "Groceries Not Guns."
Canadians bring home some Effies
Leo Burnett's #LikeAGirl, plus work by DDB and Taxi were among the most effective ads in North America.
One Show winners revealed
Check out which agencies helped Canada bring home 22 pencils this year, making it the seventh most awarded country.
Leo Burnett and JWT pick up White Pencils
Check out what Canadian work will be picking up D&AD Pencils at the London awards ceremony in May.
Yes we Cannes: Campaigns for a cause
Our look at potential Canadian contenders at Cannes highlights two campaigns focused on bringing about positive change.
And the CASSIES Grand Prix goes to…
Molson and Rethink stole the show with the Beer Fridge campaign, while Leo Burnett and Ogilvy took home the most Golds.
CASSIES Gold: MDA helps trigger gun policy change
With its "Skip Starbucks Saturdays," Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America drove home a serious message.
AToMiC Awards: Cause marketing, touching consumers across channels
Technology and risk-taking earn buzz with this crop of winners.