Movers & Shakers

Marketers
International Multifoods has appointed Martin Jamieson VP of International Multifoods and president of Robin Hood Multifoods, the company's Canadian foods division in Toronto. Jamieson was president of Pillsbury Canada from 1998 to 2001.

Marketers

International Multifoods has appointed Martin Jamieson VP of International Multifoods and president of Robin Hood Multifoods, the company’s Canadian foods division in Toronto. Jamieson was president of Pillsbury Canada from 1998 to 2001.

Molson has appointed Brian Burden to the position of EVP and CFO in Montreal. He was most recently SVP at Seagram Corporate Venture Transition, and over the past 25 years, Burden has held several senior financial positions including at Diageo PLC, a global consumer products company based in London, UK.

Bob Nunn has joined Toronto’s Manchu Wok in the newly created position, director of marketing. Nunn brings over 15 years of brand-building experience with companies such as 3M, British Airways, M&M Meat Shops, Future Shop and Blockbuster. Most recently, he was a VP and account director at Doner Canada.

Agencies

Ann Stewart is leaving The BrainStorm Group as VP Media Communications, to join OMD Canada as managing partner, overseeing BBDO in Toronto.

Benjamin Vendramin has been promoted to EVP/CD at Goodgoll Curtis in Toronto.

Deborah Prenger, a senior art director previously with Ammirati Puris, has joined Toronto agency, Zig. Her previous agency experience includes a six-year stint at Roche Macaulay and Partners. Prenger began her career at McCann Erickson.

Media

CBC/Radio-Canada has brought on David Hainline as president of the corporation’s merchandising division in Ottawa. Hainline comes from Chapters and Chapters Online where he held various leadership positions.

Public Relations

Temple Scott Associates recently added two new members to its Toronto office. John Ferguson and David Day have joined the firm as executive counsel and vice president respectively. Ferguson has 30 years of experience in communications including executive level corporate communications at CIBC and journalism with Southam Newspaper Group and The Canadian Press. Day brings 12 years of experience, having most recently managed public relations for The Home Depot Canada.