Articles Tagged ‘Jungle Media’


GoRVing broadens ‘Wildhood’ messaging

A new campaign asks children and adults alike to reconnect and live more freely.


Tourism Yukon urges Canadians to visit now

Why wait to visit the territory’s beautiful mountainous landscapes, the tourism body asks.


Nike focuses on Canada’s competitive side

The brand’s winter campaign includes nine slightly different ads delivering a unified message about politeness in sports.


IKEA explores new holiday possibilities

The retailer uses its diversity-focused platform to represent the realities of a wider range of Canadians this season.


IKEA explores the possibilities of good deeds

A new social video brings the importance of the little things into the retailer’s new brand platform.


IKEA catalogues its versatility

The campaign supporting this year’s catalogue aims to show how the retailer’s products fit into anyone’s life.


Cossette wins big at 2017 Marketing Awards

“VS” and “Bring Back the Bees” take top honours, with Lg2, Sid Lee, Leo Burnett and Rethink also winning Gold.


Media’s new seat at the table

Four industry execs sit down to talk data, changing consumer patterns and client relations in our latest roundtable.


HelloLife’s new retirement rules

The financial brand’s latest campaign is all about being your own boss, as it shifts to focusing on its product benefits.


Marie Callender’s challenges guilt

The frozen meal brand targets time-strapped moms with its first made-for-Canada campaign.

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AToMiC Awards: Disrupted expectations

Ikea and the Foundation Fighting Blindness messed with media to win the audience’s attention.


Ikea brings the kitchen downtown

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


Check it out: Ikea’s crowd-sourced spot

The latest “#EverySecond” ad is made up of real moments shot by Canadians at home.


Great-West Life says hello to a new brand

The HelloLife retirement offering aims to bring peace of mind to Canadians close to their golden years.


Check it out: Ikea wants every second to count

A new campaign asks Canadians to share their best moments with loved ones, however brief they might be.