Campaign

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Is that a robot making my drink?

Absolut Canada got hands-on with its MakerFest in Toronto.

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Schneiders throws a big league surprise

Check out the hot dog brand’s winning experiential play through its Toronto Blue Jays partnership.

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Bosch shows some swagger

With its “Nothing… like a Bosch” tagline, the brand heats up the home appliances category.

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Greenpeace greases up Lego toys

The non-profit hawked fake toys covered in Shell oil in Toronto to protest the companies’ partnership.

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San Pellegrino gets cooking

What goes best with a culinary experience? Ditch the wine and grab a nice cold glass of…water?

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Check it out: Dempster’s toasted flip book

To battle stagnation and share decline, the Canada Bread brand makes things personal.

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TD gets personalized and personable

The bank dishes out cold, hard cash to customers as it shifts towards more experiential marketing.

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Want a good movie review? Dish out the popcorn

Orville Redenbacher tries its hand at mood manipulation (but in a rewarding way) for its latest campaign.

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Toronto Argos tackle the ‘man up’ mentality

The PSA for White Ribbon calls on youth to take small actions to end violence against women.

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Want to play a game? Grab a bag of Doritos

Roulette, the latest buzz-worthy line from PepsiCo, practically begs people to challenge friends.

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Smart takes the five-metre race

To sell its new electric vehicle, the car co shows off its starting power in an itty-bitty drag race.

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Taco Bell’s really (really) boring video game

No joke, the QSR built the perfect game to play while waiting in line that rewards folks for “really high-octane moves” like tapping your toes and yawning.

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Netflix goes spoiler-free

Following a Bronze Lion win last month, the SVOD is back with a bigger marcom push playing off movie tropes.

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Mucho Burrito makes an offer diners can’t refuse

A horse’s head, bloody candy and a screaming Mexican. Now that’s how a brand makes its TV debut.

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KD just wants you to have fun

Care to purchase a pair of “funderpants?” Kraft Dinner’s got you covered. But stash your money. They want you to juggle as payment.