Creative Director Ranking 2018
List of Awards
List Of Awards
In the News
David Kennedy to leave Leo Burnett for Bell
The agency's COO will be taking over marketing for the telco's mobile business as Claire Gillies joins The Source.
Design AOY Gold: Leo Burnett’s evolution by design
Utility takes the shop's designs to the next level.
Up to the Minute: Balmoral adds new VPs
Plus, Weber Shandwick Canada expands, Canada wins 54 LIAs, and more news you may have missed.
CASSIES names co-chairs for 2018
Entries are now open for the effectiveness-focused awards, with a new category for strategic thinking.
CRC 2017: Leo designs another way to stand out
Leo Burnett focused on its design chops to top this year's Creative Report Card.
Leo Burnett tops Creative Report Card
The agency swept the 2017 rankings, including a new category added this year for planners.
The List: Leo Burnett breaks down borders
How the agency expanded its assignments, leadership and influence outside of Toronto in 2016.
Cossette is the best at CMA Awards
The shop took top honours, while Leo Burnett's Judy John became the first agency exec to win Marketer of the Year.
Publicis Communications makes leadership changes
Leo Burnett's Judy John and Brent Nelsen, plus Publicis' Andrew Bruce, expand their roles across North America.
Cannes 2016: Canada comes up short in final categories
While Canada was shut out of Film, Titanium and Integrated, the country's Young Marketers go home with a Bronze.
Judy John added to Cannes jury
Leo Burnett's CEO and CCO will judge the Titanium and Integrated Lions, bringing the number of Canadian jurors to 10.
Canada’s very big year
Editor Emily Wexler looks back at Canadian agencies' big haul in 2015, and how to repeat that success.
Creative Report Card: Anything’s possible at Leo Burnett
The top agency spent its "Year of What's Possible" blowing minds and racking up awards.
The 2016 Creative Report Card
It was a big year for P&G, Leo Burnett, Lg2, DDB, Grey and Rethink. See who else ranked high on the list this year.
Meet the One Show’s Canadian judges
Five local creatives have been chosen to select which of the world's best advertising is worthy of a Pencil.