Articles Tagged ‘Spotted’

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Spotted! HSBC Canada rolls out a giant welcome mat

The financial institute upped its airport branding strategy at Toronto by placing a welcome mat that can be seen from the air.

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Spotted! Bubbly, beauty and brand activations at TIFF

Air France and L’Oreal Paris are bringing glamour to the red carpet, while Bell and No Frills are bringing fans closer to the films.

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Spotted! Breaking bad habits

Warner Bros. Pictures Canada took over the streets with some creepy nuns and is activating at the FanExpo later this week.

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Spotted! Hit me with your best shot

As part of its sponsorship, National Bank chose to gamify its presence at the Rogers Cup.

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Spotted! Quebec City gives visitors a cold welcome

A chilly pop-up installation hopes to lure the city’s summer tourists back for the winter months.

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Spotted! Tweed chills out on Queen Street

The licensed cannabis producer is educating and introducing itself to Torontonians through a street-level pop-up.

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Spotted! Nintendo comes to life

The Nintendo Switch Summer Tour landed in Whistler, B.C., Calgary and Montreal, with more stops planned for the rest of the summer.

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Spotted! SkipTheDishes delivers frozen treats

The international delivery service rolled out a Toronto-based activation for National Ice Cream Day on July 15.

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Spotted! Winnipeg street gets 7-Eleven treatment

The convenience store renamed a Manitoba street after its Slurpee and gave out free drinks in celebration of 7-Eleven Day.

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Spotted! SpongeTowels cleans up Montreal after Moving Day

The CPG brand put itself in the spotlight after one of the busiest (and messiest) days in Quebec.

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Spotted! Consonant Skincare treats Queen Street’s blemishes

The launch of the company’s new store used the textures of a Toronto neighbourhood to promote its line of natural products.

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Spotted! Frankie Drake brings the roaring 20s to Toronto

Shaftesbury partnered with the City of Toronto to create ‘Making History: The Women of Frankie Drake Mysteries and 1920s Toronto,’ launched June 23.

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Spotted! A scavenger hunt merges online and offline

A contest from the Société des établissements de plein air du Québec aims to encourage people to explore what the province has to offer.

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Spotted! A shelter ad that asks for your hand

“Indigenous Peoples of Tkaronto” is the latest installment of the “Toronto for All” campaign created in partnership with the Toronto Aboriginal Support Services Council and the City of Toronto.

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Spotted! A pop-up where music meets fashion

OneMethod created a custom line of clothing for MTV Canada and took visitors on a musical journey.