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Coors Light becomes MLB’s beer in Canada

Baseball may be America’s pastime, but the Molson Coors brand will build league-level experiences for fans this season.

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People Moves: Noise Digital, M&K Media and Sportsnet

Noise and M&K are staffing up their campaign and planning staffs, while Sportsnet is introducing some new voices for the Jays season.

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Revlon’s American Crew sponsors Toronto FC

The men’s grooming brand moves into BMO Field to partner in a sport where hairstyles help define players.

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Poll shows few Canadians would actually delete Facebook

Users will soon see new privacy and data management tools for their profiles.

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Jan Reischek joins ICUC’s leadership team

The agency veteran has been promoted from SVP of Americas.

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The Good Doctor takes the top: Numeris

The medical drama took in more than three million viewers.

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CBC reaches 1.4 million for Junos across multiple platforms

Steven Page and Barenaked Ladies bring a peak audience of 1.5 million for their Hall of Fame induction.

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Spotted! A billboard that spies on your beard

Just for Men isn’t interested in marketing its new product line to you if you have a bare face. So it won’t.

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Sun Life targets millennials with new Quebecor partnership

Porte-monnaie‘s personal finance focus offers an opportunity to a brand seeking better connections with young adults.

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Rogers Internet returns to the top: Media Monitors

Although the service provider purchased the most spots as a brand, auto dealer associations were the biggest buying category.

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Zenith upgrades its 2018 ad spend projections

Digital spending – and ad tech firms – are benefiting most from marketers’ push for innovation.

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Touche scores big on the Gunn Media 100

Canada was the only country to have two winning campaigns in the top 10.

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Sonos pulls spending in data protection protest

A handful of advertisers are closing their wallets to Facebook as it issues a public apology in newspapers.