Articles Tagged ‘J Walter Thompson Canada’

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Cannes 2016: Canada gets 28 more shortlist mentions

Canadian work dominated in Design, also making showings in the Digital Craft, Outdoor and PR categories.

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AToMiC Awards: Removing the friction

These social campaigns broke barriers to action with devices and narrative techniques.

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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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Hotels.com (and Captain Obvious) come north

From pasty skin to hoser jokes, the brand plays on Canadian characteristics for its first unique campaign in this market.

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Ryan Spelliscy named CCO at JWT Toronto

The shop has also made several hires and promotions on its creative team over the past few months.

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Check it out: Tim Hortons relives some memories

Tim Hortons focuses on emotional connections by bringing back the “Every Cup Tells A Story” tagline.

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The top agency stories of 2015

We continue our look at what shaped the industry 2015, this time through our most-read news out of the agency world.

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JWT wins Hotels.com

The agency will handle all Canadian advertising for the travel site as its new AOR.

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Check it out: A festive holiday challenge

The Air Canada Foundation and P.K. Subban launch a challenge in support of the Children’s Miracle Network.

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TD wins big at the CMAs

“#TDThanksYou” wins Best of the Best, with Tim Hortons and PepsiCo picking up multiple awards.

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Tylenol Cold & Flu’s modern family

Its “For What Matters Most” campaign features a common family structure that’s almost never seen in ads.

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LIAs award 30 trophies to Canada

JWT leads the pack, with a strong showing in Radio driving wins for the country overall.

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Brent Choi named CCO at JWT New York

Choi adds creative leadership at the agency’s headquarters to his duties in Canada, as previous NYC CCO Adam Kerj departs.