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Up to the Minute: A wave of hires, promotions at Tank
Plus, experiential shop XMC names partner and EVP, and Idea Rebel lands work with the NBA.
Up to the Minute: Tank wins Loto-Quebec mandate
Plus, Bell rebrands its specialty channels and InMotion hires four in response to new business.
The Young Lions: Tank’s team waves a flag
Stephanie Bibeau and Etienne Goulet are off to Cannes after finding victory in simplicity.
Helen Pak joins Grey Canada
The agency's new CCO will lead creative across all offices, while Havas names its new leaders.
CASSIES Silver: Reitmans pitches a younger crowd
With Tank, the brand worked to make its clothing relevant to a new audience.
Grey acquires Tank
The Montreal agency will retain its name as president Marc Lanouette (pictured, right) becomes CEO of the network in Canada.
Tank continues to grow
Another 20 employees have joined the booming Montreal agency over the last several months.
Trans Canada Trail says hello
The first major marketing effort for the country-wide attraction focuses on how it connects all Canadians.
Milk 2 Go puts fun in context
The Saputo brand integrates itself into daily life with the right catchphrases at just the right time.
Reitmans returns to denim
The retailer brings back Meghan Markle for a new fall campaign that's all about the right pair of jeans.
Cannes roundup 2016: A recap of the awards
ICYMI, here is a look at the Lions and the shortlist mentions Canada has picked up so far.
Up to the Minute: New faces at Public
Plus: ADC Young Guns gets a revamp, a new PR firm for Nintendo and more news you may have missed.
Tank breaks 100-employee mark
The Montreal agency is now one of the 10 biggest in Quebec after making 30 hires over the past six months.
Agency survival strategies
How three Canadian shops are parlaying a U.S. client strategy into growth at home.
How the mid-priced retailer is staying in the game by asking a new generation to reconsider the brand.