post id 0: From Cannes: Burger King’s CMO and the hacker mindset
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From Cannes: Burger King’s CMO and the hacker mindset

Fernando Machado explains how the brand is able to take on everything from movie theatre regulations to airport fare.

post id 1: Nestle Waters names new Canadian president
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Nestle Waters names new Canadian president

Adam Graves takes over leadership from the retiring Debbie Moore.

post id 2: Marketing’s lost opportunity
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Marketing’s lost opportunity

Why do marketers continue to chase after millennials when seniors increasingly hold more disposable income?

post id 3: Co-Op hires marketer to spearhead CMO consultancy
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Co-Op hires marketer to spearhead CMO consultancy

Ian MacDonald joins the Toronto agency to help large and small clients fine-tune their marketing plans.

post id 4: Beauti-Tone proves the benefit of a coat of paint
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Beauti-Tone proves the benefit of a coat of paint

The Home Hardware private label brand helps a couple increase the value of their home.

post id 5: P&G, Ogilvy take steps to address diversity
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P&G, Ogilvy take steps to address diversity

At Cannes, companies outline goals and initiatives to take on the issue from an internal perspective.

post id 6: Kronenbourg opens creative hub in hipster haven
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Kronenbourg opens creative hub in hipster haven

The most-sold French beer in the world is hosting an array of events on Toronto’s trendy Ossington strip this summer.

post id 7: Cannes Digest: How is Canada faring so far?
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Cannes Digest: How is Canada faring so far?

A Young Lions team picks up a Silver win as the second day of the festival also brings a handful of new nominations.

post id 8: Canada lands on three Craft, Brand Experience shortlists
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Canada lands on three Craft, Brand Experience shortlists

Nine agencies make the cut on shortlists specifically geared toward craft and activation.

post id 9: Cannes 2018: Canada misses the mark in Health
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Cannes 2018: Canada misses the mark in Health

The country left Monday’s gala empty handed, but there are some lessons to be learned from this year’s Grand Prix.

post id 10: Check it out: Via Rail gives new life to an old train
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Check it out: Via Rail gives new life to an old train

For its 40th anniversary, the rail service melted down a car to make tickets for trips across Canada.

post id 11: Leo Burnett names new president
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Leo Burnett names new president

Ben Tarr joins the agency’s leadership team after three years at Huge.

post id 12: Unilever cracks down on influencer fraud
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Unilever cracks down on influencer fraud

The CPG giant won’t work with those who buy followers as CMO Keith Weed calls for “urgent action” on transparency.

post id 13: Telus ramps up efforts against cyberbullying
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Telus ramps up efforts against cyberbullying

The telco’s #EndBullying campaign builds off its longstanding initiative to create positive digital experiences for people of all ages.