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2018 Brands of the Year: RBC banks on the next generation

Canada’s largest bank has been deepening its CSR, innovation and community ties.

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2018 Brands of the Year: Growing Greenhouse

The Toronto-based ‘functional beverage’ brand started small and is now set to sprout up across Canada and beyond.

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2018 Brands of the Year: Chevrolet drives the Canadian Dream

The brand’s masterbrand approach is one rarely seen in automotive marketing today.

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2018 Brands of the Year: Ricardo’s recipe for success

How Ricardo Larrivee is expanding his media empire through digital platforms and smart retail.

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Introducing strategy’s 2016 Brands of the Year

Check out the stand-outs from this past year, plus who to keep an eye on.

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Brands of the Year 2016: Catering to the Drake traveller

How the brand is spreading Canadiana cool through its hotels, general stores and more.

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Brands of the Year 2016: Superwoman Singh

How YouTube star Lilly Singh built a global brand by making videos from her Toronto bedroom.

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Brands of the Year 2016: Simons says, expand

The 176-year-old Quebec retailer has been building its brand across Canada, forging ahead in a competitive retail environment.

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Brands of the Year 2016: Hellmann’s sustainable message

How the mayo is keeping its Real Food Movement fresh after nearly a decade.

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Brands of the Year 2016: Leader of the pack

Here’s how President’s Choice spent the past 30 years challenging what it means to be a store brand.

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Brands of the Year 2016: Cineplex sees the big picture

Movies and gaming and dining, oh my! How the once-traditional theatre chain is diversifying its business.

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Brands of the Year: Sport Chek’s better is here

The retailer continues to push the envelope, from its teched-out stores to its content strategy.

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Brands of the Year: Smoke’s goes from small fry to gravy train conductor

The brand is no couch potato, with its sights set on a global empire of restaurants.

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Brands of the Year: Epic Meal Time is no longer the little guy

How Harley Morenstein and crew have grown to be Canadian leaders in the YouTube space.

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Brands of the Year: Desjardins breaks through borders

How the Quebec-based financial co is making a splash in the rest of Canada.