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Why Canadian marketers are embracing programmatic

A focus on trusted partners and premium networks has helped quickly grow digital spend

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BMW brings M Festival to Canada

The automaker brings high-performance M series aficionados together as its builds its experiential side.

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Zak Communications wins several new mandates

The PR shop has picked up assignments with Messika, Nexxus, L’Occitane and Silk Laundry so far this year.

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Delissio serves up humour for its stuffed-crust pizza line

The frozen pizza brand made paper ads from rivals’ left-over crusts to get interest in its new product.

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Saving the whales with a killer collab

Better communicating its purpose is how Vancouver Island Brewing is hoping to turn its ‘craft beer for dads’ image around.

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The Neighbourhood opens under co-operative model

The collaborative group, founded by Betsy Cooper, offers services across PR, content, social and influencer relations.

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Ecobee launches first big marketing push

A new spot aims to move the brand beyond functional messaging and in front of more consumers.

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Amazon versus everyone else

Which retailers are competing, dominating and lagging behind the behemoth when it comes to online purchases?

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Hudson’s Bay launches new bilingual app

The retailer’s new iOS app comes with functionality for customers shopping both in-store and online.

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The appeal of the specialty grocer

Smaller boutique retailers are seeing a growth spurt as they offer convenience for more frequent shoppers.

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Sustainability and health-led disruptors enter retail

From a plant-based grocer to sugar-free ketchup, here’s how four brands are taking their ethos into a new territory.

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CPGs take to QSRs

Kraft Heinz and Yves Veggie Cuisine went beyond grocery, partnering with Smokes and Pizza Pizza to drive shopper engagement.

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In the aisles at Golf Town

CMO Fred Lecoq discusses the programs and partnerships that are meant to drive more women and youth to its stores.

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Estee Lauder celebrates the many #ShadesOfCanada

The inclusive campaign for the beauty brand’s make-up line is supported by in-store events at HBC, Shoppers and Sephora.

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Huge builds senior ranks to lead ‘transformative’ work

The shop has hired two directors to help launch a conversational design practice and makerspace to tackle voice and AI.