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2017 Brands of the Year: Nissan doesn’t play it safe
How a commitment to building drivers' confidence has made the auto brand stand out in the highly competitive SUV and crossover market.
Cannes 2017: More Canadian wins in Cyber, Direct, Creative Data and Mobile
Critical Mass and Sid Lee picked up their first awards, while FCB and Leo continued their winning ways.
What it takes to win at the CASSIES
Judges tell us what made the Gold winners stand out from the pack, plus a photo gallery from this year's gala.
Nissan brings new signage to the dealership
A new partnership aims to improve the customer experience and better leverage local insights.
Cannes 2016: Canada gets 28 more shortlist mentions
Canadian work dominated in Design, also making showings in the Digital Craft, Outdoor and PR categories.
Who took home the 2016 CASSIES Grand Prix?
Check out which brands and agencies produced the best "work that worked."
Brands of the Year: Epic Meal Time is no longer the little guy
How Harley Morenstein and crew have grown to be Canadian leaders in the YouTube space.
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.
Canadians bring home some Effies
Leo Burnett's #LikeAGirl, plus work by DDB and Taxi were among the most effective ads in North America.
CASSIES Bronze: Nissan proves it’s a winter warrior
To offset the impression that the Nissan Rogue didn’t have off-road capabilities, a campaign akin to a Hollywood film trailer was created.
Union to open Montreal agency
Following a handful of cross-country wins, the shop is opening its first office outside of Toronto, bringing aboard Martin Belanger to lead it.
Throwback Thursday: strategy in 2014
Let's look back on the past year (so far). In '14, brands challenged gender norms and wearable chatter skyrocketed.
Creative vet Garavito joins The Marketing Store
The former Vision7 CCO is bringing his digital creative technology chops to the shop.
Coming soon: content everywhere
From (ahem) intimate spaces to calmer waters, we take a stab at the next hottest locales.
Draftfcb hires new digital creative VP
Curtis Edwards joins the agency from TBWA in Toronto and will help lead the shop's digital practice.