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Award-Winning Clients 2016
Award-Winning Talent 2016
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Robax explores its backstory
Canadian Tire goes cartoonish
In the News
Credit Karma launches in Canada
The finance platform has chosen Taxi Vancouver to lead a national campaign here.
Taxi Montreal wins Promutel
The agency will handle all creative duties for the Quebec insurance provider.
DAOY Bronze: Taxi’s past is prologue
As it approaches a leadership transition, the agency stays true to its roots.
Taxi names three new CCOs
As co-founder and creative head Paul Lavoie prepares for a new role, the agency looks within for new leadership.
Taxi Vancouver names new GM
Steph Santiago takes on the leadership role that follows Mike Leslie's promotion.
Paul Lavoie, art thief
An upcoming exhibit by the Taxi founder examines anonymity and creative ownership in the internet age.
Boston Pizza’s new model for fundraising
Why the restaurant has clarified the message and increased marketing for its annual Kids Card fundraiser.
Cannes 2016: Canada gets 28 more shortlist mentions
Canadian work dominated in Design, also making showings in the Digital Craft, Outdoor and PR categories.
Taxi names new president
Mike Leslie, GM of Taxi Vancouver, has been promoted to president of the agency's operations in English Canada.
Check it out: Canadian Tire takes customers to school
The retailer pushes its MasterCard rewards with a new spot focused on math basics.
AToMiC Awards: Made you look
Through creative use of their environments, these OOH campaigns won eyeballs and hijacked mobile reach.
Let’s be brave again
Taxi's Thomas Kenny on why complacency and diminishing audiences mean the industry must create a better value exchange.
Shopper Innovation Awards: Leon’s gets Quebecers moving
The brand used innovative coupons to capitalize on the province's Moving Day.
Why Canadian Tire is giving print another go
The retailer brings back a physical catalogue to woo new customers and step up its omnichannel approach.
Taxi names new planning leadership
Christine Maw is now VP and head of strategic planning in Toronto, leading the department with Sean McDonald.