Canadian Cannes jury members revealed

Eight marketing and ad execs from home will help judge the world's top work this June.

Eight Canadian marketing and media execs – six jurors and two jury presidents – have been chosen as part of the 400-member Cannes Lions juries for the upcoming International Festival of Creativity.

The jurors include:

Ann Stewart, president, Maxus, for the Media Lions
Philippe Meunier, creative chief and co-founder, Sid Lee, for the Promo Lions
Brent Choi, chief creative officer, J. Walter Thompson, for the Cyber Lions
Claude Auchu, partner, VP, creative director, Lg2, for the Design Lions
Nancy Crimi-Lamanna, VP, creative director, FCB, for the Film Lions
Steph Mackie, owner and creative director at Mackie Biernacki, for the Direct Lions

The announcement was made by the Globe and Mail, which is the official Canadian representative for the event.

The teams of jurors will choose winners from over 40,000 global entries submitted to the festival, which takes place in Cannes during the week of June 18. 

As previously announced, two Canadians have also been chosen to be jury presidents this year: John Clinton, head of creative and content (Canada), Edelman, North America for the PR Lions and Tom Eymundson, CEO, director, Pirate Group Inc. for the Radio Lions.

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