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PFLAG uses data to keep travelers safe

A new global platform reimagines the Pride flag as an online data tool to keeps LGBT people informed while abroad.


PFLAG debuts new branding

Launched at Toronto’s Pride celebrations, the non-profit’s new visual identity is meant to reflect everyone in the LGBT community.


Cannes 2016: Canada gets 28 more shortlist mentions

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


Strategy’s 2015 nice list

As we get ready for 2016, the strategy team picks our favourite campaigns of the past year.


AOY Silver: J. Walter Thompson perfects the art of collaboration

The agency’s evolution in the last few years has led to its first-ever AOY trophy.


Read all about it: Rethink wins big at Extras

The agency takes home most awards from Newspapers Canada for the best in print advertising.


JWT shortlisted for new Lion

The “Raise the Pride” activation for PFLAG has a shot at a Creative Data Lion during the new Lions Innovation festival.


Check it out: PFLAG shows the lost years

The organization’s new video is all about the memories same-sex couples have been deprived of.

Who picked up a LIA?

Check out the Canadian work that won big at the London International Awards over the weekend.


AToMiC Awards: Trends in marketing

Celebrating Canada’s best media innovation, technology and content mash-ups.


AToMiC Awards: Causes use tech to add intimacy

Savvy brands and cause organizations are putting consumers in the shoes of those they’re trying to help by using tech in innovative ways.

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Tribal DDB and McDonald’s win AToMiC Grand Prix

The Toronto agency and QSR also picked up two Golds and a Silver, and are joined by Cundari, Leo Burnett, John St., Draftfcb, Lowe Roche and BBDO in the winners’ circle.


Draftfcb and PFLAG take a Gold Effie

Taxi and Ogilvy also picked up hardware at the awards, which honour marketing effectiveness in North American.


Cannes Blog: Creative diversity

Mark Childs finds inspiration from a shortlisted PFLAG campaign and two stand-outs of the Mofilm competition.


PFLAG Canada shares stories

The non-profit is kicking off a campaign that uses QR codes to share people’s personal stories.