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Up to the Minute: New wins for DAC and UM

Plus, Garnier’s new PR shop and more news you may have missed.

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McCann Montreal adds new VP

Thierry Gauthier is the agency’s first major hire since rebranding from Marketel and bringing in a new president.

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Schneiders stays true to tradition

The meat-packing business J.M. Schneider opened in his Ontario home 125 years ago is still thriving today.

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Young Lions registration opens

Industry pros under 30 have a chance to compete at Cannes as part of the annual competition.

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Cadillac hits the streets

The luxury brand lets Canadians steer an XT5 through Instagram as part of its focus on experiential and social.

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JP Wiser’s moves to No Fixed Address

Changing category dynamics prompted the whisky brand to switch up its AOR.

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Branded lodgings on the rise

Birks, West Elm and Equinox Fitness add hospitality to their brand mix.

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Creating good vibes around financial responsibility

Credit Karma uses humour to get Canadians to check their credit scores.

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Ontario goes hyperlocal with climate change fight

How a series of new digital ads aims to drive home the everyday impact of warmer temperatures.

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2017 Marketers of the Year

Meet six change agents who took risks and reaped rewards for their brands in 2016.

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Cundari names new Montreal leadership

Nicolas Lefebvre will lead the office as the agency’s plans for expansion continue to develop.

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Marketers of the Year: BMO’s CMO Effect

Connie Stefankiewicz’s leadership has created a more human effect for the brand, from the TV to the basketball court.

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Why do ‘big ideas’ seem so elusive?

The Idea Suite’s Fiona Stevenson and Shelli Baltman on how marketers can move past the excuses this year.

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Why 2017 is our year for change

Publisher Mary Maddever welcomes Marketing readers and outlines the changes ahead in our various products.