Copywriter Ranking 2016
Art Director Ranking 2016
Creative Director Ranking 2016
List of Awards
List Of Awards
World Literacy Canada’s open book
‘Not allowed’ evolves
Missing Children Society points the way
In the News
Regi aims to be a personal assistant for product ownership
Former Grey and KBS CCO Patrick Scissons explains how his new venture is seizing an opportunity from a major pain point.
Patrick Scissons named global CCO at KBS
James Ansley and Joel Arbez have been promoted to co-ECDs as Grey Canada's creative leader heads to New York.
Creative Report Card: Grey taps into culture to change it
Grey ties for the #4 spot this year, and the team of creative chameleons looks to solve problems in new ways.
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.
In the jury room with… Grey’s Patrick Scissons
Digital by design — that's how you win a medal in cyber, says this year's Canadian juror.
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.
Cause + Action: Jury
Check out the industry experts who helped determine this year's winners.
Record number of Canadians named Cannes jurors
Ten Canadians, including Grey's Patrick Scissons and Wax's Monique Gamache, will sit on juries this year.
Throwback Thursday: the news of the year
We check out the biggest headlines, moves, account shifts and brand stories from the past 12 months.
Breathe Right records your snores
Let's get ready to rumble: the nasal strip aims to help your partner sleep by taping you snoring.
Why Canada didn’t win Gold and what we need to do
Grey's Patrick Scissons on moving past tactics, the perils of bad storytelling and doing better work.
Top Cannes contenders: Innovation
Strategy is counting down the campaigns most likely to win big at the Palais at this year's festival.
Creative Report Card: Odd jobs and creative outlets
This year’s top CDs, including BBDO's Peter Ignazi (pictured) share stories of past employment, secret talents and side projects.