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In the News
Taxi brings on new CD in Montreal
George Giampuranis rejoins the agency world as one of three new hires.
Cannes 2017: In the jury room with Jordan Doucette
Canada's Cyber jury member on what it truly means to make a digital campaign today.
Canada cracks top 10 on Warc 100
Leo Burnett, Cossette and Grey are among the many agencies that contributed to this year's ranking.
CASSIES Silver: Leon’s turns street furniture into discounts
Taxi's coupon scheme placed the furniture retailer on the Quebec map.
Taxi named AOR for Beam Suntory
The agency will provide creative and strategy for the company's portfolio of spirits brands, including Canadian Club.
Y&R launches new tech practice
Serviced in Canada through Taxi, the specialized offering will help clients tackle unique marketing challenges.
UBC picks Taxi Vancouver
The university's new AOR, along with MediaCom, will work to build the school's brand locally, nationally and globally.
Audi names Taxi AOR
The agency returns to the automotive category after winning an RFP for the luxury brand.
Creating good vibes around financial responsibility
Credit Karma uses humour to get Canadians to check their credit scores.
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.