Creative Report Card

See who came out on top in strategy's annual tally of Canada's biggest advertising award winners at home and abroad.

It’s that time of year again. The champagne has been popped, the hardware collected, the awards counted and the points calculated for strategy’s annual round-up of the big award winners from across the country and around the globe (see Methodology for details on how we do it). 
Thanks mostly to a beer billboard with major legs and a few household care campaigns that delivered, Leo Burnett was the big winner this year, sweeping Top Creative Director, Top Art Director and Top Copywriter, while Leo clients P&G and James Ready took the first and second Top Advertiser spots respectively.
Top Agency went to DDB, which also nabbed runner-up positions in most other categories. This year, we have also showcased agencies on the rise – those that made significant jumps up the list. Only time will tell if they can keep up the momentum and usurp the A List.
Read on to find out who ranked where this year.

Top Advertiser – Procter & Gamble Canada

Advertisers – full list

Top Agency – DDB Canada

Agencies on the rise

Agencies – full list

Top Creative Director – Judy John and Israel Diaz, Leo Burnett Canada

CDs – full list

Top Art and Copy – Steve Persico and Anthony Chelvanathan, Leo Burnett Canada

Art directors – full list

Copywriters – full list

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