A new “spring training” platform targeted at women takes a different approach to show the path to physical betterment.
Storify 2 is a publishing software that allows newsrooms to quickly publish stories and to respond in real-time to user-generated “moments.”
The publisher has purchased Ampifii, a social platform to give advertisers more ways to capitalize on their return on investment.
The company’s campaign is aimed at introducing a new yogurt snack to the urban, health-conscious consumer.
Josh Bloom of Facebook Canada on his company’s focus on giving advertisers’ actionable insights from its reservoir of data.
A study on buying behaviour shows that nine out of 10 Canadians prefer to purchase using desktops or laptops.
The telco is aiming to beat its 2015 fundraising record by generating more conversation around mental health in 2016.
The social media network has launched its publisher-inspired product here and also made it available on Android devices globally.
The media company’s “See the Big Picture” platform is aimed at expanding awareness of its brand identity.
Facebook’s research unit launches its first event in Toronto showing how parents and millennials engage with content on its networks.
Justin Bieber made the most advances in his Instagram following while people focused on global events, the Blue Jays and the Canadian dollar in 2015.
The tour company will host a SOS-Villages benefit through a bidding war on Twitter for trips down south and to Europe.
The cafe chain is inviting Canadians to share random acts of kindness on social media as part of its second annual holiday campaign.
With six brands testing video campaigns across several global markets, the social media platform looks to expand opportunities for immersive storytelling.
The financial company is asking Canadians to share their minute of silence this Remembrance Day.