Articles Tagged ‘Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America’

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Grey takes Grand Effie

The win for “Groceries Not Guns” was the first for a Canadian agency, while Leo, Juniper Park, Ogilvy and Tribal also took home prizes.

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Creative Report Card: Grey taps into culture to change it

Grey ties for the #4 spot this year, and the team of creative chameleons looks to solve problems in new ways.

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CASSIES Grand Prix: Moms demand groceries, not guns

The social awareness campaign set its sights on corporations to influence the gun debate.

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Canada strikes Gold, Silver and Bronze in Film

People may have shorter attention spans today, but that’s not stopping brands from making long-format content, says juror Darren Clarke of this year’s work.

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Leo, Grey stand tall in Titanium and Integrated

Canada’s top-performing campaigns at Cannes this year have each earned a Lion in one of the festival’s most coveted categories.

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#LikeAGirl wins PR Grand Prix

The campaign, with PR out of the U.S., also picked up a Gold, while Grey Canada picks up another Gold for “Groceries not guns.”

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Canada’s latest shortlist chances in Cannes

The third day of Cannes bring another 33 chances at a Lion for Canada, including a pair in the new Glass Lions.

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Canada wins two Golds in Promo & Activation

Leo Burnett’s “#LikeAGirl” takes a Gold and Bronze at Cannes, while Grey wins Gold for “Groceries Not Guns.”

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Canadians bring home some Effies

Leo Burnett’s #LikeAGirl, plus work by DDB and Taxi were among the most effective ads in North America.

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One Show winners revealed

Check out which agencies helped Canada bring home 22 pencils this year, making it the seventh most awarded country.

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Leo Burnett and JWT pick up White Pencils

Check out what Canadian work will be picking up D&AD Pencils at the London awards ceremony in May.

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‘Not allowed’ evolves

How Grey Toronto’s work with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America has unfolded into this latest campaign.

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Yes we Cannes: Campaigns for a cause

Our look at potential Canadian contenders at Cannes highlights two campaigns focused on bringing about positive change.

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And the CASSIES Grand Prix goes to…

Molson and Rethink stole the show with the Beer Fridge campaign, while Leo Burnett and Ogilvy took home the most Golds.

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CASSIES Gold: MDA helps trigger gun policy change

With its “Skip Starbucks Saturdays,” Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America drove home a serious message.