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Mazda launches an Insta-mag

The car co is driving down the quick and consumable content path, with a “magazine” on Instagram.

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Why John Oliver is wrong about native advertising

DAC Group’s Scott Ensign in defence of blurring the lines between news and content.

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CMOs brimming with confidence: study

Good news: more than half of CMOs plan to increase head count and 63% say agencies are doing a bang-up job.

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Hockey Canada’s road trip down memory lane

With a synthetic ice rink to get folks skating this summer, the non-profit celebrates its 100th birthday.

Incubation culture’s big moment

Why brands and agencies are turning to innovative startups to stay ahead of the curve.

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Mad money: Advertising trends we’d put our money on

Lg2′s Nellie Kim and Chris Hirsch play the advertising stock market, with buy/sell/hold advice on robots, big data and more.

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Bitcoin and the future of money

Is it time to get on board the virtual currency train? Clearly Contacts and other retailers are accepting Bitcoins.

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Tims leaves customers in the dark

For its new Dark Roast launch, the coffee co took a risk turning out the lights to heighten the senses.

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Indochino finds a permanent home

The once digital-only men’s retailer is setting up shop in Toronto, marking the next phase in its evolution: bricks-and-mortar North American expansion.

Infographic: BTS shopping 101

Get schooled in when, where and how parents are buying for the new school year.

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KBS+ brings Attention to Canada

The recently purchased social media firm is now operating out of the KBS+ Toronto office.

Three steps for quantifying your cause ROI

Cause Marketing Forum president David Hessekiel tackles the issue that’s top of mind for execs handling CSR in Canada.

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Finding Sweet Jesus

The latest venture from OneMethod’s Methlab takes a stab at frozen treats.

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Canadian campaigns missing the mark online

A new Nielsen study shows a group of campaigns that served 10 million impressions only reached the intended target between 2 and 36% of the time.

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