Agency Partners 2016
In the News
Up to the Minute: Uber (not that one) changes its name
Plus: A new face at Mindshare, Wind Mobile's new shop and more news you might have missed.
Yours, mine and ours
Why traditional brands, from clothing to cars, are playing nice with the sharing economy.
AToMiC Awards: Removing the friction
These social campaigns broke barriers to action with devices and narrative techniques.
AToMiC Awards: Shifting perceptions
Brands from Uber to the Liberal Party of Canada saw the need for change, and repositioned to connect with new audiences in fresh ways.
Shopper Innovation Awards: Uber gets seriously safe
The ride-sharing company made a custom breathalyzer that orders free lifts.
Cannes Contenders 2016: Staff picks
The teams at strategy and Media in Canada pick the campaigns they think have a shot at Lions this year.
Up to the Minute: Edelman acquires Sixdegres
Plus: H+K names leader in Alberta, three new wins for Agence Uber and more news you might have missed.
Newsmaker of the Year: Riding the Uber wave
How the industry disruptor changed how we get around, and drove some successful brand partnerships.
Air Miles and Uber begin national partnership
The relationship begins with a one-day contest and a promotion that gives Canadians a new way to earn miles.
Brands of the Year 2015
It's all about the rise of the little guy. See who topped this year's list.
Check it out: Uber takes on hunger
The app gives a literal meaning to the term "food drive" to bring meals to those in need.
Six Cyber Lions for Grey, Leo and Rethink
If the work didn't have innovation in its DNA, then it didn't get a medal, said jury president Jean Lin.
Leo Burnett and Grey rake in Direct, Press, Promo shortlist noms
DDB, JWT, Lg2 and Rethink also bring in a slew of nominations on the first day of the Cannes Lions fest.
Check it out: Uber cute puppies
The app has partnered with Three Million Dogs to bring puppies to the masses on National Adopt-A-Shelter-Pet Day.
RentMoola’s rewarding partnerships
The rent payment service is partnering with big brands like Rogers and Uber, and getting in on the group buying game.