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Why walk when you can hop?

Zulu Alpha Kilo just won Black’s Billy Bishop contest after devising a 900-foot-long hopscotch board for ParticipAction.

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Air Canada creates novice maestros

A cross-country interactive installation aims to show the brand’s support for the arts community.

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First round of Carte Blanche winners announced

These OOH ideas won their clients $50,000 to execute them on Astral’s network.

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Citizen Relations names new North American leader

Nick Cowling adds duties in the U.S. to his Canadian president role to encourage collaboration between offices.

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Up to the minute: NKPR’s latest win

Plus: Diageo launches a global media review and more news you may have missed.

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What are car buyers looking for?

A survey by J.D. Power reveals what shoppers want from an automaker’s online experience.

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Women less confident with financial decisions

A Mintel study suggests that while their earning power increases, many fear their financial savvy isn’t keeping up.

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Miami Ad School prepares for launch

A strategy and planning boot camp will welcome the school’s first students in Toronto.

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Ikea brings the kitchen downtown

The brand has created a tasty experience in downtown Toronto as part of its food-first approach.

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Shikatani Lacroix adds three

The branding and design shop makes new hires on its creative and strategy teams.

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Updated: Canada takes 28 One Show Pencils

Rethink takes the most Pencils while Grey, Cossette and Zulu all nab Golds.

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JWT Canada wins Splenda’s North American business

The shop is tasked with a new product launch for the U.S.-based sweetener brand.

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DentsuBos gets a new president and CEO

Stephen Kiely has been named to the role, as Claude Carrier announces his retirement.

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Check it out: Please text and drive

Billboards from a “funeral home” take a different perspective on the dangerous habit.