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ICA calls for boycott of Toronto Zoo RFP
Canada's ad agency association says the non-profit's search is unfair, but the Zoo says it was caught off-guard.
Jeff Dack named president at Carat Canada
The former Lowe Roche executive is starting the new year in the role.
The top agency stories of 2015
We continue our look at what shaped the industry 2015, this time through our most-read news out of the agency world.
Signs of the sky (not) falling
Publisher Mary Maddever looks past the doom and gloom of agency consolidation, and extols signs of reinvention.
Lowe Roche to close its doors
After 24 years, the shop has been closed by IPG, citing difficulty to provide the range of capabilities demanded by clients.
(More) new creative firepower at Zulu
A trio of new creatives, including an ACD, bring the agency's total new hires over the past three months to 17.
Cossette wins Groupe Media TFO
The shop will handle advertising, marketing and communications work for the next three years.
Up to the Minute: Loopmedia gets into content marketing
Plus: Tire brands pick new AORs, new SVPs at H+K and MSLGroup and more news you might have missed.
Up to the Minute: A new face for Lowe and Partners
Plus: Vision7 Media looks for a new president, a new VP at Nurun and other news you might have missed this week.
Rain43 expands its ranks
The agency has added 16 new staff members amid new wins and growing business from existing clients.
Senior layoffs at Lowe Roche
Jane Murray, one of the agency's ECDs, is among an undisclosed number of layoffs that are part of a restructuring.
Coca-Cola deemed most effective brand
This year's Effie Effectiveness Index also breaks down the most effective agency networks and holding cos.
Lowe Roche’s new leadership
Marie-Lise Campeau and Jeff Dack have been promoted and will head up the agency as co-presidents.
Which Canadians will judge this year’s CLIOs?
Jane Murray (pictured) and four others are part of this year's juries to award international ad work.
Canada takes eight spots on Warc 100 list
The Ontario government's "Quit the Denial" campaign was among the Canadian creative to stand out for its effectiveness.