Articles Tagged ‘Narrative’

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2019 Agency of the Year: PR

This year’s top agencies found new ways to enhance their offering with a focus on creative.

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2019 PR AOY Gold: Narrative’s creative bravery

How the PR shop is getting brands and their marketers to adopt greater “creative bravery.”

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Rethink is the 2019 Agency of the Year

The agency also won a Gold in Design and Silver in Digital, a category where FCB continued its winning streak.

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Shortlist released for the 2019 PR Agency of the Year

The next shortlist for this year’s awards program reveals the shops in the running to be named Canada’s top PR agency.

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Scotiabank engages with potential newcomers

How the bank works with organizations to guide potential customers at various stages of the immigration process.

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Starbucks brings elevated coffee tastings into a Toronto home

The coffee brand is educating customers about getting cafe-quality drinks at home to promote a new line of grocery products.

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White Ribbon explores the roots of toxic masculinity

Launched on national anti-bullying day, the organization’s new campaign draws attention to the negative socialization of boys.

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Casey House launches spa to relax (unwarranted) fear of HIV

The Toronto hospital’s latest attempt to smash stigma is a spa staffed by people who are HIV-positive.

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To make things better, make better things

Publisher Mary Maddever on why industry shifts haven’t changed a marketer’s core role: solving problems creatively.

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Cossette repeats as Agency of the Year

The agency’s third win in a row came with additional prizes in the Design and Media categories.

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2018 Strategy Awards: Changing the game

How BBDO Toronto and Bensimon Byrne, Narrative, OneMethod mixed things up, plus the Creative Catalyst winners.

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And the Strategy Award winners are…

FCB dominated the third annual awards gala last night in downtown Toronto.

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Welcome to the wild world of weed

How brands in a new billion dollar industry are navigating regulations and social perceptions as they prepare for liftoff.

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AltaVie aims for the premium cannabis consumer

MedReleaf targets people with no connection to cannabis culture using a new brand focused on mindfulness and “living in the now.”

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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.