2016-10-canadapost

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Direct mail a ‘power channel’ in the digital age, study finds

Research provides clue as to winning formula: media sequencing matters.

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YWCA fashions a controversial clothing brand

Juniper Park/TBWA helps set up shop for a fictitious label that calls out naysayers who put the blame on rape victims.

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Cossette Vancouver adds three

The shop has new faces in the creative, accounts and production departments following recent business wins.

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Walmart taps into personalization

The retailer teams up with a 3D printing company on a new holiday program.

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Learning about Crown Royal

Diageo uses its direct mentorship approach to educate consumers on Canadian whisky through at-home sampling events.

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Consumers love Starbucks’ holiday cup most

A new survey examines how consumers feel about coffee shops’ increasingly important festive cups.

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Brian Fetherstonhaugh on retaining young talent

OgilvyOne’s CEO on managing turnover, taking a scalpel to workflow and why culture is about more than ‘Thirsty Thursdays.’

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BC Children’s Hospital waxes poetic

A new holiday campaign implores Canadians to donate to help the children nestled all snug in their hospital beds.

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Up to the Minute: MSLGroup adds Quebec leadership

Plus: Wins for Bob’s Your Uncle and Rock-It, and more news you may have missed.

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Freedom charts its new course

How the rebranded Wind Mobile hopes to build a brand that Canadians can like and trust.

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The Walrus hits the streets

Who can speak to Canada’s quirks (and misgivings) better than a walking, talking walrus?

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Red Barrels’ scare tactics

The gaming company has created a dependable product to promote the release of horror game Outlast 2.

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Canadians warm up to social commerce

The “Shop Now” buttons on social media are getting traction, according to research from PayPal and Ipsos.

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Check it out: Iogo’s dots get snappy

A new campaign from the Ultima yogurt brand draws some personality out of its umlaut.