Articles Tagged ‘Canadian Down Syndrome Society’

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It came from Canada: Part 3

How Budweiser and Canadian Down Syndrome Society found universal insights in homegrown campaigns.

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DAOY Gold: FCB doubles down on digital

Agency-wide training unlocks digital potential, leading to a second consecutive win.

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2017 Strategy Awards: CDSS turns to the experts

Videos featuring people with Down syndrome aimed to answer expecting parents’ top questions about the condition.

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Canadian Down Syndrome Society fights the ‘S’ word

The organization uses a new campaign to explain why we need alternatives to “sorry.”

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Cannes 2017: FCB picks up Canada’s only Media Lion

Recognizing the power of a Google search helped the creative agency and Reprise Media earn yet another trophy.

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Cannes 2017: More Canadian wins in Cyber, Direct, Creative Data and Mobile

Critical Mass and Sid Lee picked up their first awards, while FCB and Leo continued their winning ways.

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Cannes 2017: IKEA and Leo Burnett cook up two Lions

“Cook This Page” earns the agency trophies in Outdoor and Promo & Activation.

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Cannes 2017: 10 more shortlist mentions for Canada

Jam3 and Critical Mass get nods in Mobile, with Canadian agencies also being recognized in Direct and Creative Data.

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Cannes 2017: Cossette, FCB pick up Gold Health Lions

Lg2 is also bringing home a Lion as the first awards of the festival are announced.

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Cannes 2017: Canada picks up 14 shortlist nods in Health

While Canada came up short in Innovation and Pharma, work from Cossette, FCB and Lg2 gave the country a strong start.

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AToMiC 2017: Beyond tears and victimhood

Cause campaigns choose empowerment over sentimentality, and win big at AToMiC.

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Check it out: Turning to the experts for answers

The Canadian Down Syndrome Society poses common questions about the condition to those living with it.