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Can brands find love on Tinder?

Companies looking for a bit of action on mobile dating sites should read this latest study.

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Throwback Thursday: strategy in 1996

For our 25th anniversary, we’re travelling through time. In ’96 Lowe Roche was born and Motorola debuted wearable tech.

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Smart takes the five-metre race

To sell its new electric vehicle, the car co shows off its starting power in an itty-bitty drag race.

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Getting serious about killer content

We may not be the first to say content is king, but in our latest issue, editor Emily Wexler looks at how it’s more vital than ever.

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Infographic: Girls just wanna be social

Surprise, surprise! Women like to talk. And now, research shows they’re also big fans of virtual conversations.

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Was this deal an epic missed opp for local brands?

Canadian YouTube hit EpicMealTime is getting 1,300 pounds of American Hormel Bacon in a year-long partnership.

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Taco Bell’s really (really) boring video game

No joke, the QSR built the perfect game to play while waiting in line that rewards folks for “really high-octane moves” like tapping your toes and yawning.

The CASSIES countdown begins

Who’s judging this year’s CASSIES?

The 2015 panel includes two retailers, three CPG marketers and two former Cannes jury members.

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Netflix goes spoiler-free

Following a Bronze Lion win last month, the SVOD is back with a bigger marcom push playing off movie tropes.

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Canada’s got Pencil-winning young talent

A BBDO art director and Alberta graphic design student each took home a D&AD New Blood Pencil this month.

The Globe and Mail's Cynthia Young presents the Media Director of the Year award to Touché! PHD president Karine Courtemanche.

Do you know the next Media Director of the Year?

Don’t hide their light under a bushel! Nominations for this year’s prize close Friday, July 25.

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Mucho Burrito makes an offer diners can’t refuse

A horse’s head, bloody candy and a screaming Mexican. Now that’s how a brand makes its TV debut.

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Barbie wants girls to be their own bosses

The Mattel brand is hoping to get more girls excited about being entrepreneurs later in life with a new Career line doll.

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