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2017 Strategy Awards: Interval House helps women get away
Jamieson gears up for cold and flu season
Jamieson fights the workday zombies
Check it out: Leaving happy memories behind
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Media-jacking on the rise
How brands fought passivity by interrupting the regular flow of content on TV and in digital.
Check it out: Bidding for back-to-school dollars
Best Buy and Staples court students and parents as seasonal spending in-store and online is expected to increase.
Best Buy’s tech goes to the dogs
The retailer is proving the emotional connection its products provide by getting a pup's eye view of the world.
Union adds to executive leadership
Catherine Marcolin joins as EVP and managing director following a year of growth for the agency.
CASSIES Bronze: Jamieson brings convenience
Union's colourful campaign asked for only a second of your time.
CASSIES Bronze: EQ Bank leaves the branches to others
Union's campaign focused on building savings rather than retail space.
Lance Martin made CCO as Union tweaks creative team
The shop names two new creative directors as it comes out of 2016 with a handful of new clients.
Union named digital AOR for CPA Ontario
The agency wins two separate pitches to handle the body's digital advertising and redesign its web platform.
Best Buy makes you feel like a kid again
The retailer again leaves the products out of its holiday spot, instead focusing on the joy of finding the right gift.
Country Harvest gives bread a pulse
The brand's latest product is part of its overall push to bring more life to the "under-romanced" category.
Union wins Upper Canada Mall
The agency will create a new brand positioning for the Newmarket shopping centre.
CREA offers hot tea to ease hot housing pains
An experiential activation in Toronto aims to alleviate some stress among home buyers and sellers.
Union named AOR for Country Harvest
The shop's first work for the Weston Bakeries bread brand will debut early next year.
Best Buy powers up for Pokemon Go
The retailer helped players get the most out of the game by sending staff to Pokemon-catching hotspots and providing free WiFi.
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.