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Tim Hortons launches the first Canadian Landmarker

The Snapchat lenses will bring the Princes’ Gates to life this holiday season as the QSR looks to leverage the reach of the app’s feature.

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Happy holidays from Media in Canada

Our newsroom and newsletter are taking time off. See you in January.

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SkipTheDishes goes to the World Juniors

The brand teamed up with Hockey Canada as the official food delivery app of the upcoming under-20 tournament.

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Most-read MiC: People Moves that got noticed

Some of the most popular stories of the year focused on new leaders at big-name agencies.

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Captivate expands to ridesharing with Portl partnership

The network now includes 1,000 screens in Uber and Lyft vehicles.

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Most-read MiC: How media coped with COVID

Our most popular stories on how the media industry anticipated, studied and navigated the 2020 pandemic.

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Canadian ecommerce spending grows 72%: report

In Group M’s first-ever global ecommerce report, Canada saw the fastest growth of any country.

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ICYMI: Cue the lip sync, Reddit acquires Dubsmash

Plus, Corus announces the team in the booth for Jets hockey broadcasts.

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Toronto Star to launch new Sunday section

‘Together’ will focus on the best of the city in response to readers and advertisers’ appetite for more positive news.

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From CARD: Media’s evolution for 2021

Alex Panousis and Ishma Alexander-Huet offer their view of 2020 trends that may endure into the new year.

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Alive partners with Assembly in digital publishing deal

The print publisher looks to grow its digital presence among health and wellness readers

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Refinery29 expands Unbothered into Canada

The Vice Media-owned online community for Black women promotes Kathleen Newman-Bremang to senior editor.

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From CARD: Media shifts that will stick in 2021

Devon McDonald, Sarah Ivey and Richard Fofana offer their thoughts on the road ahead in the first of a two-part series.