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General Mills brings back ‘Bring Back the Bees’

The campaign evolves with a particular emphasis on educating kids in an attempt to replicate last year’s success.

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Up to the Minute: Rethink picks up Woodbine

Plus, QSR brands pick new shops, Veritas adds to its team and more news you may have missed.

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RBC launches transfers through Siri

Why becoming the first major bank to allow voice-controlled e-transfers may be more of a brand play than answering consumer demand.

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Is machine-powered creativity possible?

StackAdapt’s co-founder says the answer depends on how willing you are to sort through some bad ideas.

Salesforce smartens up its AI capabilities with IBM

A partnership brings Watson to clients, in addition to the launch of image recognition for its existing Einstein platform.

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Coming to AOY 2017: Design Agency of the Year

Agencies in all categories should submit their intent to enter by May 15.

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The Contenders: Creativity for a cause

Our look at this year’s award show favourites continues with feel-good campaigns that might warm judges’ hearts.

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Ones to watch from the Canadian Startup Awards

The year’s winners give marketers a hint of which companies they should be watching, both as partners and competitors.

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Check it out: A new twist on ‘Old MacDonald’

McDonald’s puts a spin on the classic tune for International Women’s Day.

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Kijiji makes it about the shake

Cloudraker uses a rockabilly classic for the online classified site’s spring campaign.

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Promo! Awards 2017 jury revealed

Check out the industry experts judging the best in brand activation.

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The Contenders: Tech that packed a punch

Our look at this year’s award show hopefuls continues with work that used technology to bring insights to life.

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Consumers readying for a have-less future: survey

Havas’ latest global Prosumer study shows Canada’s slightly more optimistic about financial declines.