Tim Shepherd

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Pop-up Lil’ Shop of Allergy Horrors

The maker of Nasonex schools Torontonians on allergies at Toronto’s Yonge and Dundas Square today.

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Alive puts itself on The Marketplace

The Canadian health magazine will provide editorial content for Planet-Tek Systems’ digital signs.

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Branchez-Vous! launches Yellow Pages-sponsored iPhone app

The French-language news site has released a news app that allows users to play photojournalist.

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Corus Québec to broadcast Olympics

Canada’s Broadcast Media Consortium has secured Corus Québec as the exclusive French-language radio partner for Vancouver 2010.

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Cora shows her colours

The Canadian restaurant chain is brightening everyone’s morning commute with a series of new billboards that pop nicely in a sea of cement and supermodels.

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Sony and MuchMusic want to see your moves

Sony targets youth through a show-your-stuff-athon video contest in partnership with MuchMusic to promote its Wearable Walkman.

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Family Channel and La Senza Girl give contest winners the royal treatment

The family-themed network is rolling out the red carpet for the stars of the new Disney movie Princess Protection Program, and kids have a chance to join them.

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Rogers Wireless touts urMusic with social media and perks

Subscribers get the VIP treatment, skipping the line at a series of free K-os concerts sponsored by the wireless co.

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Corus unspools mavens, the super fit and the dancerati

Viva, W and Cosmo have something for women of any age or persuasion in June.

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The Listener set to debut on CTV and Space

CTV is launching a mind-reading interactive site to prep auds for the new series.

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Kraft goes cross-country with Sportscentre

To celebrate TSN’s 25th anniversary, Kraft is targeting moms with a sporty community contest.

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Geckos take the West, while meerkats dominate down time

The telco is targeting young families with two mascots working two new campaigns promoting service bundling and mobile Internet.

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Canadian Blood Services asks: ‘What would you do?’

The blood agency has launched a new campaign to increase donors, and is testing the effectiveness of the new media channels it’s added to the mix.

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Scotiabank invites students to see their futures

The bank’s new online contest invites youth to plan ahead, and to visit its Fund Your Future site.

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A little Prevention goes a long way

Olive Media adds Prevention.com to its roster of websites.