Canada's #1 Marketing Awards feature the outstanding work produced by the partnership between client and agency. Submit your campaigns and showcase the best your team has to offer!

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  2017 Activities Date
     
  Call for Entries & Marketer of the Year Nominations Opens April 10
  Call for Judges Opens April 10
  Entries Early Deadline June 8, noon ET
  Entries Pricing Surcharge for Non-Members Begins June 26, noon ET
  Judge Application Deadline June 15, noon ET
  Entries & Marketer of the Year Nominations Final Deadline July 6, noon ET
  Judges Announced Early-July
  Judging August 3 - 10
  Finalists Announced Late September
  CMA Awards Show & Gala November 24

 

Call for Entries

Submit your campaigns and showcase the best your team has to offer! Final Deadline: July 6, noon ET

Disciplines and Categories

The goal of the Canadian Marketing Association Awards is to recognize the top marketers in the country for excellence in marketing, whatever the discipline, whatever the sector.

Of course, a marketing campaign can't start without a strategy. It can't be done without great creative. And it can't succeed without great results.

This is why the judging process will be based equally on STRATEGY, CREATIVE and RESULTS. A great strategy drives impactful creative. Impactful creative drives great results. And great results—sales, click-through rates, perception changes, behavior changes—are proof that the objectives as set out in the strategy were met or, even better, surpassed.

Our belief: the more equitably the work is judged, the more meaningful the awards will be to the winners and to the entire Canadian marketing community.

Special Entry Instructions

Awards are entered into a specific category within a discipline. For example, you can enter in Digital: Automotive or Promotion/Shopper Marketing: Retail.

For the Integrated Discipline, you must enter your campaign in three separate disciplines, showing proven results in each, before it can be considered. The following entries are not eligible as one of the three disciplines:

Pro Bono entries are those created at little to no-cost to a client. There is no entry fee, but you must have submitted another CMA Award entry first. Please note that the INCITE, Data Marketing, Mobile Marketing, and Creative Storytelling awards are not eligible as the other entries.

The INCITE, Data Marketing, Mobile Marketing, and Creative Storytelling awards are free to enter, but you must have entered the campaign in another category/discipline first.

There are no restrictions to nominate someone for Marketer of the Year as long as the person meets the eligibility requirements.

Disciplines

[ Advertising | Community Engagement | Digital | Direct Engagement |
Experiential & Innovative Media | Promotion/Shopper Marketing | Integrated | Pro Bono ]

Advertising
Advertising is marketing communication that generates or maintains awareness, changes perceptions and/or behaviours and drives customers to action in alignment with business goals. Advertising includes a range of media: broadcast, out-of-home, print, as well as digital and direct. Success will be defined by achieving excellence in both creativity and strategy, along with corresponding positive business results.

All submissions must represent work that has been created for legitimate clients. CMA reserves the right to disqualify entries on this basis.

You may also be interested in the Creative Storytelling  award for innovative video bumper ads.

Community Engagement (Public Relations/Social Media)

Community Engagement involves the creation of a dialogue between an organization and its diverse stakeholders - clients, consumers, partners or employees - with the goal of influencing opinion through specific messaging. Community Engagement provides an organization with exposure to its audiences using topics of public interest and news items, product information, promotions, organizational updates & real time news either through the press or via social media initiatives.

Common tactics include media relations, online outreach, press releases, offline marketing activations, crisis management, direct to consumer and corporate events, social media interactions, conference speaking and employee communication. Success is measured by overall engagement, earned media, impressions, and social media interactions and discussions.

You may also be interested in the Mobile Marketing award for best use of Facebook platforms.

Digital

Digital is defined today by a myriad of formats and interfaces (websites, user-generated content, feeds, advertising, micro/promo sites, blogs, apps) that engage with the target at the time and place when they are most open to consume and act on a marketing message, often immediately.

Digital is measured by the effect it has on the brand and business goals. Success for brands will also be measured by how well the Digital experience ladders up to the brand promise; integrated campaign idea and of course the direct results generated, be it customer acquisition or retention, online or offline sales, improvements in brand health and the consumer's likelihood to recommend the program or brand to a friend.

You may also be interested in the Mobile Marketing award for best use of Facebook platforms.

Direct Engagement

Data-driven direct engagement is any marketing communication that leverages consumer data to create personalized, relevant communications that could include physical interaction or "engagement" between the brand and its audience based on powerful consumer insights. Insights may be driven by customer or prospect research, profiling, segmentation, analytics, propensity and/or purchase models or other forms of behavioral understanding.

Any direct response media may be employed as long as it is measurable and contributes to business results. For example, entries could include audio, digital/mobile, film, out of home and print/mail.
You may also be interested in the INCITE award for direct mail marketing or the Data Marketing award for leveraging data and analytics.

Experiential and Innovative Media

Winning campaigns re-imagine how consumers interact with media, messages or both. These campaigns enhance or go beyond traditional media buying solutions and creatively use a medium or touch point to more effectively influence or engage a target audience. These campaigns live beyond “the moment” and drive strong business results.

Promotion/Shopper Marketing

Promotional marketing employs a number of channels and tactics that include sweepstakes or contests, online couponing, digital engagement, events activations, gifts with purchase, loyalty rewards, retail and in-store activity, packaging, sampling, and partnerships to drive sales and build brand equity with consumers.

Shopper marketing is focused in the retail environment (the last 3 feet). It includes category management, sales events, displays, packaging, promotions, location-based mobile, and other forms of innovative technology. The ultimate measure of success is increased sales or share, but can also include contest entries, POS compliance, display activity, innovation and overall consumer and retailer engagement.

Integrated

Integrated uses a combination of at least three disciplines (e.g. Advertising, Direct Engagement, Promotion/Shopper Marketing, Community Engagement. Digital or Experiential and Innovative Media) coordinated around a unified creative idea, orchestrated to drive significant results.

An Integrated marketing campaign is a multi-disciplinary, concerted effort using the strengths of various mediums and shows the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
NOTE: In order to be entered in the Integrated category, the campaign must first be entered in three separate disciplines, showing proven results in each.

Pro Bono

Pro Bono was introduced in 2010 to recognize campaigns developed at little to no cost to a client. The campaign can use donated or paid-for media to support the campaign but creative work must have been done for free. All campaigns entered in the Pro Bono category will be judged against each other in one group, with no discipline divisions. A Pro Bono submission does not count as one of the three entries required to qualify for an Integrated discipline submission.

NOTE: You must have entered and paid for a campaign in another category/discipline in order to submit it as a Pro Bono entry.

Categories

Under each discipline, you must enter your campaign in one or more of the following categories:

Automotive Products and Services - Manufacturers, dealers, aftermarket services and others.

Business Products and Services - B2B campaigns, information technologies (hardware, software, networking system infrastructure), transportation, delivery services, business self-promotion, and others.

Consumer Products – Food and Beverage - Products intended for consumer consumption (excluding for personal use or for the home).

Consumer Products – General - Products intended for personal use or for use in the home (excluding food and beverage). These can include consumer goods, books, electronics, OTC healthcare/beauty products and consumer devices.

Consumer Services - Services intended for personal use or for use in the home. These can include travel, gaming, entertainment, telecommunications, Internet, ISP, landline, cellular, wireless, broadcast (radio, TV), satellite and others.

Financial Products and Services - Programs developed around lead generation, traffic building, customer service, order generation, database building, retention or acquisition: Banking and Credit Products and Services—includes credit/debit cards, credit lines, deposit accounts, mortgages and retail banking. Insurance—includes AD&D, car, home and life. Wealth Management - includes brokerages, financial planning, GICs, mutual funds, RRSPs and RESPs.

Not-for-Profit/ Fundraising/Public Service - Non-government organizations: Charities, causes, and associations, government and public sector.

Retail (Traditional) - Programs (including catalogues) initiated by retail stores, dealers, distributors, manufacturers or food services to build traffic and sales; catalogue - printed materials, which include product information and ordering devices; and virtual and e-commerce - websites and other interactive methods, which include product information and ordering devices.

How to Enter

Each entry must be submitted and uploaded individually. If you are entering the same materials in more than one category, you must upload the files separately for each entry.

All entries, including French market campaigns, are to be written in English to ensure fair judging. Please provide English translations in print or "dubbed in" for any creative elements in French.

Entries

About Your Campaign

For the 2017 CMA Awards, your campaign must have results tabulated within the last 18 months (between December 1, 2015 and June 1, 2017). Campaigns that ran in Canada or campaigns that ran in other markets but were developed by Canadian marketers for Canadian clients are eligible for entry. CMA reserves the right to reassign the entry category.

Entries containing results tabulated after June 1, 2017 may be disqualified at the discretion of the judging committee and CMA. CMA is not responsible for any entrant submission error. The decision of the judging committee and CMA is final.

There are five main areas which must be answered and you will need to be as specific as possible. Provide program details under the topics exactly as listed in the appropriate fields.

DO NOT include the agency name in the body of the text or have it appear on any of the award entry links, documents or URL references.

Your submission must be provided in the fields provided, using the correct character counts as the site cannot accept further information and will truncate the entry field information.

Spaces and punctuation DO count as characters. Bullet points count as 3 characters.

If you deem necessary, simple graphs or charts may be presented to illustrate a point. They may be provided in digital format as part of the creative attachments - no more than one chart/graph.

1. Background/Summary (1,000 characters)

  • Identify key market and competitive insights that led to this campaign.
  • Clarify if this campaign was a new initiative or an extension of a previous program.
  • What was the gross marketing budget range for the campaign/project (including agency fees, media and postage)?

2. Marketing Challenge/Objectives (1,000 characters)

  • What were the quantifiable core business objectives? (E.g. "Generate a lift of 2% in gross sales.")
  • What were the campaign specific communication objectives? ( E.g. "Generate an increase in brand awareness of 5% points," "Generate a 2.25% response rate," etc. )

3. Strategy - "The Big Idea" [1/3 of scoring value] (1,600 characters)

  • Who was the core target market?
  • What was the strategic impetus that shaped the campaign's direction?
  • How did this strategic insight lead and shape the channel and media strategy?
  • What was unique and different about your approach?
  • Why was it appropriate for your target?

4. Creative and Execution [1/3 of scoring value] (1,600 characters)

  • How did your strategy manifest into a creative look and feel?
  • What made it stand out and be noticed by your target?
  • How did you maximize the various media available to push your creative product?

5. Results [1/3 of scoring value] (1,200 characters)

  • Confirm how your campaign performed against the numbers provided in the objectives section in Question 2.
  • Identify KPIs that proved your marketing initiative delivered impact.

Accepted File Formats

PLEASE NOTE: Agency names MUST NOT appear on any submitted materials. Please check document headers and footers carefully before submitting files and set up an alias for website URL’s hosted by an agency. Client hosted URLs are accepted.

  • Video (mpg, mov)
  • Audio (mp3)
  • Image (pdf or jpeg only )
  • Website (URL) - website URLs are accepted. For websites that cannot be accessed publicly (i.e. intranet websites), entrants are recommended to take screenshots and assemble them in a multi-page PDF file. Please be sure to alias your website URL’s away from addresses that identify the submitting agency. Client URLs are accepted.
  • Documents (pdf)

Note: Maximum size for any upload is 2GB and no longer than 2 minutes in length

NO MORE THAN 6 CREATIVE ELEMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Marketer of the Year

1. Marketing Leadership (2,000 characters)

  • Describe how the nominee demonstrates exceptional marketing acumen and leadership in their organization

2. Business Success (2,000 characters)

  • Provide examples of how these skills translated into business success for the organization

3. Industry Support/Contribution (2,000 characters)

  • Describe how the nominee forwarded the cause of Canadian marketing, especially beyond borders

Accepted File Formats

If you wish to include supporting material:

  • Video (mpg, mov)
  • Audio (mp3)
  • Image (pdf or jpeg only )
  • Website (URL) - website URLs are accepted. For websites that cannot be accessed publicly (i.e. intranet websites), entrants are recommended to take screenshots and assemble them in a multi-page PDF file. Please be sure to alias your website URL’s away from addresses that identify the submitting agency. Client URLs are accepted.
  • Documents (pdf)

Note: Maximum size for any upload is 2GB and no longer than 2 minutes in length

NO MORE THAN 6 CREATIVE ELEMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Help!

If you read of the above and still have questions about entering the CMA Awards, contact awards@thecma.ca

If you encounter technical difficulties while entering, contact cma@adbeast.com

FAQ’s

How do I create an account to enter?

Create an adbeast account here.

Can I delete an entry once I create it?

A CMA staff member can assist you in deleting entries created in error, however, please refer to our cancellation and refund policy. To have an entry deleted, you can contact awards@thecma.ca.

I uploaded the wrong supporting document. Can I remove and upload a new one?

Yes. Please contact Adbeast technical support at 416-964-7539 or cma@adbeast.com and they will be able to assist you in removing supporting documents uploaded in error.

Why is my text cut off in one or more of the boxes for campaign details?

Each section contains a maximum character count. Every keystroke counts as a character, including spaces, punctuation and format symbols like bullet points. Write your text submission inside the box and be sure to check the character counter at the bottom of each section to ensure your full text is included.

How many creative files will be accepted?

A maximum of 6 supporting files will be accepted.

What is the cancellation/refund policy?

Refunds can be made only if written notification of the entrant’s wish to withdraw their entries reaches the CMA office before June 30. Refunds made up until this date will be subject to a $95 administrative cancellation fee. No refunds will be considered by the CMA after June 30, regardless of any extension to the entries deadline. Entries can only be cancelled by the CMA and cannot be cancelled or removed from the CMA Awards in any way after June 30.

My campaign ran in the US, is it still eligible?

Campaigns that ran in Canada or campaigns that ran in other markets but were developed by Canadian marketers for Canadian clients are eligible for entry. CMA reserves the right to reassign the entry discipline or category at any time.

Who can help me decide which category my campaign should be submitted into?

Contact awards@thecma.ca for assistance in determining into which category(s) your campaign should be entered.

When will I find out if my submission has been shortlisted?

Notifications will be emailed to the individual listed as the contact person for each entry that is shortlisted by early October.

PayPal won’t accept or process my credit card. Who do I contact for assistance?

If you are having difficulties processing payment through our PayPal account online, please contact awards@thecma.ca.

I can’t upload my supporting documents. Who do I contact?

Please contact adbeast technical support at 416-964-7539 or cma@adbeast.com

Why are there multiple deadline dates?

CMA encourages submitting entries early by offering multiple deadlines with increasing entry fee rates. The early-bird deadline offers the lowest entry fee. Entry fees are increased for the final deadline with pricing surcharge for non-member taking effect in the last few days.

What is graduated pricing?

Both member and non-member entrants can take advantage of preferred pricing by submitting their entries by 12:00 noon ET on June 8. If you need extra time for your entry, you can submit up until 12:00 noon ET on July 6; however, note that non-member surge pricing is in effect starting June 26. Please see the Deadlines & Pricing table for entry fee pricing.

How do I know if I’m a CMA member?

CMA membership is assigned to companies. Therefore, if your organization is a CMA member, you are a CMA member. Find out if you/your organization is a CMA member by viewing the member directory.

What are the dates for campaign eligibility for 2017?

Your campaign must have results tabulated within the last 18 months (between December 1, 2015 and June 1, 2017). Entries containing results tabulated after June 1, 2017 may be disqualified at the discretion of the judging committee and CMA. CMA is not responsible for any entrant submission error. The decision of the judging committee and CMA is final.

How does the Pro Bono category work?

The Pro Bono category was created to recognize campaigns developed at little to no cost to a client. The campaign can use donated or paid-for media to support the campaign but creative work must have been done for free.

All campaigns entered in the Pro Bono category will be judged against each other in one group, with no discipline divisions, and one overall Pro Bono award will be given.

A Pro Bono submission does not count as one of the three entries required to qualify for an Integrated discipline submission. You must have entered and paid for a campaign in another category/discipline in order to enter it as a Pro Bono entry.

I want to enter my campaign into the Integrated category. What is the entry fee?

The entry fee for the Integrated category is $99. In order to be eligible to be entered into the Integrated category, your campaign must first be entered into three separate categories at the applicable deadline rate and show proven results in each. You must also provide the three entry numbers on your Integrated submission form for verification.

How do I enter the Canada Post INCITE Award? What is the entry fee?

The Canada Post INCITE Award is free to enter, but you must have submitted your entry in another discipline/category first. Please review the requirements carefully to ensure your entry is eligible. Create an account and follow the steps to enter.

How do I enter the Environics Analytics Data Marketing Award? What is the entry fee?

The Environics Analytics Data Marketing Award is free to enter, but you must have submitted your entry in another discipline/category first. Please review the requirements carefully to ensure your entry is eligible. Create an account and follow the steps to enter.

How do I enter the Facebook Mobile Marketing Award? What is the entry fee?

The Facebook Mobile Marketing Award is free to enter, but you must have submitted your entry in another discipline/category first. Please review the requirements carefully to ensure your entry is eligible. Create an account and follow the steps to enter.

How do I enter the YouTube Creative Storytelling Award? What is the entry fee?

The YouTube Creative Storytelling Award is free to enter, but you must have submitted your entry in another discipline/category first. Please review the requirements carefully to ensure your entry is eligible. Create an account and follow the steps to enter.

How do I nominate someone for the Marketer of the Year Award? What is the entry fee?

The Marketer of the Year Award is free to enter. Please review the requirements carefully to ensure your entry is eligible. Create an account and follow the steps to nominate.

Deadlines and Pricing

 

June 8, 2017

June 26, 2017

July 6, 2017

1st deadline,
Noon ET

Non-member surge pricing in effect,
Noon ET

Final deadline
Noon ET

         
 

Member

$299

$449

$449

 

Non-member

$399

$559

$599

 

Integrated**

$99

$99

$99

 

Pro Bono
INCITE
Data Marketing
Mobile Marketing
Creative Storytelling***

No Charge***
No Charge***
No Charge***
No Charge***
No Charge***

No Charge***
No Charge***
No Charge***
No Charge***
No Charge***

No Charge***
No Charge***
No Charge***
No Charge***
No Charge***

 

Marketer of the Year***

Free

Free

Free

**Non-members should submit by noon ET on June 26 to avoid surcharge pricing.


Final deadline for all submissions: July 6, 2017, noon ET


(Prices do not include HST/GST.)

**The fee to submit a campaign in the Integrated Category will be $99 per entry. In order to qualify as an Integrated campaign, each campaign must still be entered in three other paid disciplines at the applicable deadline rate.

***The Pro Bono, INCITE, Data Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Creative Storytelling, and Marketer of the Year award categories have no entry fees but do not count as one of the three eligible disciplines for Integrated. You must have entered and paid for a campaign in another category/discipline in order to enter one of these special award.

Prices do not include HST. Refunds can be made only if written notification of the entrant’s wish to withdraw their entries reaches the CMA office before June 30, 2017. Refunds made up until this date will be subject to a $95 per entry administrative cancellation fee. No refunds will be considered by the CMA after June 30, 2017, regardless of any extension to the entries deadline. Entries can only be cancelled by the CMA and cannot be cancelled or removed from the CMA Awards in any way after June 30, 2017.

Marketer of the Year

Nominate a Canadian individual who displays outstanding marketing acumen and leadership.

Overview

The Marketer of the Year Award is presented annually to a Canadian individual who has continually displayed outstanding marketing acumen and leadership.

Who Should be Nominated

Marketing professionals who demonstrate leadership in their organization, exhibited proven skills that translated to business success, and who contribute to the industry and forward the cause of Canadian marketing, including beyond borders. Past recipients include:

  • Judy John, CEO & Chief creative Officer, Leo Burnett (2016)
  • Duncan Fulton, Senior Vice-President, Canadian Tire (2015)
  • Dominic Mercury, Executive Vice-President, Community, Environment & Chief Creative Officer, TD Bank (2014)
  • Dani Reiss, President & CEO, Canada Goose (2013)
  • Robert Deluce, President & CEO, Porter Airlines (2012)
  • Christine Day, Chief Executive Officer, lululemon athletica (2011)

How to Nominate

There is no additional fee to nominate someone for Marketer of the Year.

Instructions:

Create an account on the CMA Awards entry website.

1. Select "Marketer of the Year" from the drop-down menu

2. Answer the questions to complete the nomination process

Call for Judges

Apply to become a judge next year to help award the best in Canadian marketing!

Judges will be emailed details by July 14th

Senior Judge Co-Chairs

Together with CMA, our Senior Judge Co-Chairs oversee the judging process. We’re very proud to have two leading industry professionals take on this role for 2017.

Cheri Chevalier
// General Manager, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Canada



Peter Ignazi
// Chief Creative Officer, Cossette

Senior Judges

Advertising

Arthur Fleischmann
// partner/president & CEO, john st. advertising

Arthur has come a long way from the streets of Queens, NY. His career included stints in sales (Xerox) and marketing (Kraft/General Foods) before deciding on a life in advertising. In starting john st. in 2001, he and his partners launched a “creative collaborative” without the silos and bureaucracy he’d seen in most other agencies.

He believes creativity is a powerful business tool and actively pursues (and wins) awards for advertising effectiveness for the work john st. produces on behalf of clients.

Arthur is a passionate advocate for children living with autism. He is Board Chair of Specialisterne Foundation and his best-selling book, Carly’s Voice, has been translated into seven languages.


Trinh Tam
// Vice-President, Integrated Marketing, Tim Hortons

Trinh Tham is currently the VP, Integrated Marketing for Tim Hortons, home of Canada's favourite coffee. Previous to Tims, she held senior marketing leadership positions at Bell Media and Loblaw Companies Limited, where she enjoyed the privilege of growing tier one brands such as CTV, HBO, CraveTV, Bravo, Comedy, Space, Much, MTV, President's Choice, No Name, Loblaws, No Frills, and Superstore. She is thrilled to be a senior judge for this year's CMA Awards.

Community Engagement

Tracey Cooke
// Vice President, Communications and Marketing Excellence, Nestlé Canada Inc.

Tracey Cooke was promoted to Vice President, Communications and Marketing Excellence in July 2016. In this role, she oversees Consumer Insights & Strategy, Consumer Engagement and Experience, Digital & Content Transformation, Packaging Design and Agency Partnerships. Tracey serves as a member of the Nestlé Business Executive Team and reports directly to the President and CEO of Nestlé Canada.

Tracey began her career with Nestlé Canada in May 2013 as Director, Creative Excellence and Nestlé Brand and was responsible for consumer communication, packaging & graphic design, content and asset management; driving the Nestlé Brand vision; leading Nutrition Health and Wellness strategies and plans; leading Partner excellence and effectiveness.

Prior to joining Nestlé Canada, Tracey worked in senior creative & operational leadership positions at various agencies and startups including Public Inc.(Director CX), MacLaren McCann (V.P. Creative Director) and AndersonDDB.


Marketa Krivy
// Executive Creative Director, Tribal

Marketa began her multi-disciplinary career with an award-winning PSA for Greenpeace, when she was an intern at J. Walter Thompson.

From there, she went on to work with many brands including Volkswagen, Ikea, Unilever, Labatt, McDonald's, President's Choice, and Panasonic, and continued to be recognized along the way.

She's won at Cannes, One Show, Clios, ADCC, Marketing Awards, and Cassies. Her work has also appeared in Communication Arts, Lürzer's Archive, Graphis, Applied Arts, Adweek, and Ad Age. She also has the distinction of creating one of ICA's top 10 ads of all time.

As the ECD at Tribal, she oversees a cross-disciplinary, integrated team with a mission to create meaningful brand experiences through creativity, technology and innovation.

Prior to joining Tribal, Marketa led the Loblaws President's Choice business at john st. which in 2016, was awarded Strategy's Brand of the Year.

Digital

Nick Bilodeau
// Head of Insurance, American Express

Nick Bilodeau is a financial services senior executive and recognized industry influencer with over 20 years of leadership,marketing and product development experience.

In his current role, Nick is responsible for leading all aspects of the market’s insurance business. His previous work has involved heading departments and projects for organizations such as Fidelity, ING Direct, Northbridge and Canada Life. Nick holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business (York University) and a BA in Commerce and Information System from Western University. He has also completed an executive program in Competitive Marketing Strategy at Wharton.


Guy Stevenson
// Chief Customer Engagement Officer, Ogilvy Canadas

Guy’s agency career started right out of university working in a media department where he learned the critical importance of measurement in marketing communications. He subsequently joined Ogilvy & Mather Direct, the relationship management division of Ogilvy (later rebranded OgilvyOne worldwide) who were at the forefront of data-driven marketing and subsequently became the digital hub of Ogilvy. Guy worked his way up through the ranks from an Account Executive to Managing Director - a position he held for over a decade - working on a broad array of clients including American Express, IBM, Tim Hortons, Unilever, IHG and FedEx. Digital customer engagement and performance marketing have always been at the centre of Guy’s career. Guy is a previous chairmen of CMA’s B2B counsel and a previous co-chair of the CMA Awards. Guy became the Chief Customer Engagement Officer of Ogilvy Canada in January 2017 when the separate operating companies were merged together into one integrated Ogilvy. 

Direct Engagement

Nicky Mezo
// Vice-President, Integrated Marketing Planning, Customer Strategy and Channels, TD Bank

Nicky has over 20 years of B2B and B2C marketing experience. For the last two years, she has worked for TD Bank where her team's role is to create and execute marketing strategies that benefit the enterprise customer. 

Prior to joining TD Bank, she worked for PayPal for 6 years as Head of Marketing for Canada. PayPal was a startup in Canada at that time and she was hired to create a high performing Marketing team. Her team was responsible for driving results in Acquisition, Engagement and Retention on both the merchant and consumer side of the business.

Before PayPal, Nicky spent almost ten years working at American Express and six years working on the agency side. Her roles spanned Strategic Planning, Loyalty & Rewards Management, Client Management, Customer Experience, Card Portfolio Management, Customer Acquisition & Retention and Demand Creation.


Josh Stein
// Executive Creative Director, McCann

It started with decks and t-shirts. In 1994, Josh was designing boards and T-shirts for a skateboard company he started with a friend. He put his stuff up on consignment. Typically, everything got stolen. And that was the end of that. Then came the Dead tour. 17 years later, the tour is finally over. Josh is now a well recognized ECD, acknowledged for his creative and effectiveness by international and national shows from Cannes to the Canadian Marketing Awards. It’s possible his rise in advertising can be attributed to a dark, deep-seated desire to teach those sniveling thieves the difference between the cost of a product, and its value. Josh just recently celebrated his one year anniversary at McCann where he heads up the Creative department in Toronto office helping brands like Chevrolet, RBC, Mastercard and Prostate Cancer Canada play a meaningful role in peoples lives.

Experimental and Innovation Media

Michael Moser
// Senior Director of Marketing Strategy, Finance, & Operations; Communications, Marketing, Brand and Research Department, CBC

Michael Moser is a strategy, finance and marketing executive with extensive experience in the broadcasting, media and telecommunications sectors.

He is currently the Senior Director of Marketing Strategy, Finance, & Operations with the CBC's Communications, Marketing, Brand & Research (CMBR) department.  CMBR is the full service Communications and Media Ad Agency within CBC English Services.  CMBR are the marketers for all CBC content found on any of CBC's platforms including TV, Radio One, Radio 2, CBC News Network, Documentary cbc.ca, and social media.  Marketing content examples include Hockey Night in Canada, the Olympics, Dragons' Den, Murdoch Mysteries, Heartland, Schitt's Creek, Working Mom's, The Rick Mercer Report, The National, CBC news, CBC apps, and radio one's Metro Morning.

As a key member of the marketing senior leadership team, Mike is responsible for the go to market strategic planning for all CBC content.  His strategic scope also includes management of finance and marketing budgets, promo placement and maximization of CBC owned/partnered media assets and new business development. His operational scope includes departmental planning, internal consulting, human resources, procurement and vendor management.

CBC/Radio-Canada is Canada's national public broadcaster and one of its largest cultural institutions. The Corporation is a leader in reaching Canadians on new platforms and delivers a comprehensive range of radio, television, internet and satellite-based services. Deeply rooted in the regions, CBC/Radio-Canada is the only domestic broadcaster to offer diverse regional and cultural perspectives in English, French and eight Aboriginal languages.   

Listed at number ten, CBC is the most influential media brand in Canada and the 2nd most influential Canadian brand according to the 2016 Ipsos top one hundred Canadian brands.

Mike joined the CBC after many years at TELUS, an internet start-up, and BCE (Bell companies) where he held senior level positions in strategy, product development, and product management.  He was a member of the original marketing team that launched at that time Bell's Sympatico Internet service brand in 1995.  Mike has an MBA (Marketing) from Clarkson University and is a graduate of the Ryerson Business School (Marketing).  He is also a member of the Board of Governors of Excellence Canada.


Sébastien Rivest
// EVP, Chief Creative Officer & General Manager, DentsuBos

Sébastien is a born leader.  Arriving from Cossette where he made Group Director (McDonald’s, Molson, GM, Bell) before hitting his thirties, he came to DentsuBos in 2010 to lead the pack on Fido.  Strategic when he’s talking creative and creative when he’s talking strategy, he ensures communicational relevance in every campaign that he oversees.

He mixes rigour with pleasure in his work, knowing how to play maestro to guarantee all campaign pieces hit the right note.  “A musician in my spare time, I seek harmony over chaos.  Taking deep breaths is the best way I’ve found to survive in the business.  And to survive, period.”

Integrated

Ann Stewart
// CEO, Maxus Canada

Maxus is Canada’s fastest growing media agency, for 5 yrs running.  Ann launched the newest media division of GroupM in 2012. Maxus represents some of Canada’s strongest brands. Ann has built Maxus to an agency of 100 people with offices in Toronto and Montreal, leading the company to be Canada’s Best Workplace 2 years running.
 
Ann is known as an innovative and engaged leader with 25 years of diverse media experience ranging from strategic planning, operations, buying and even selling of media.  She has been in the GroupM family for over 10 years as GM Managing Director in another GroupM agency.  Before Maxus, Ann was a partner in the Brainstorm Group, a full service communication agency, and previously spent 4 years selling OOH advertising.

Ann is a graduate of Humber College in Marketing, a graduate of the 4 year CAPP program and she serves on the board of the Canadian Media Directors Council.  She is an active member of IAB, RCC and a former board member of NADbank. She has been a media co-chair for Canada’s premiere awards, such as MIA’s, Atomics, CMA’s and Strategy, and as a judge for the Atomic’s. She is also a member of the IAB and CMA.


Michael Alexandor
// Vice-President Marketing & Innovation, Bell Media

Michael oversees the marketing strategy for Bell Media Sales including trade sponsorships and advertising initiatives across Canada. He is responsible for building the strategy to strengthen Bell Media Sales’ position as a leader in an ever-changing industry through branding initiatives, relationship marketing, social media, and business-to-business opportunities that connect directly with clients. Before joining Bell Media, Michael was a partner at Temporarily Unpopular Ideas, an ideas architecture and design agency he co-founded in 2011. Previously he was the Head of Media, Markets, and Innovation at Astral Out of Home, and has held several senior marketing roles at companies such as Calvin Klein Fragrances and Unilever.

Promo/Shopper Marketing

Nancy Marcus
// Corporate Vice-President, Marketing, Kruger Products

Nancy Marcus and her superior, bold marketing innovations have made her an award-winning influencer for more than 35 years. She has had tremendous impact on how company’s market their products in the CPG industry working collaboratively and cross functionally within the organization.

Nancy has been a trailblazer since the start of her marketing career at leading companies including Phillip Morris and RJR MacDonald as one of the few female VP’s to have a seat at the Executive level. Now as Corporate Vice President of Marketing at Kruger Products (KPLP) and the only female on the KPLP Management Team for more than a decade, Nancy has successfully contributed to the changing CPG landscape by redefining how companies embrace marketing to deliver bottom line profitability. 

Her keen insights and intuition position her as a “change agent” by demonstrating how brands can talk to a consumer form a women’s perspective with intelligence and respect. By applying this strategy, she has gained prominence as a brave marketing pioneer by developing breakthrough marketing and trade strategies within the dynamic grocery environment and her credible longevity has contributed to the success of KPLP as Canada’s brand powerhouse and market leader in the consumer tissue industry.

A recipient of the 2014 WXN Top 100 Award and the Star Women in Grocery 2014 Award and Vice Chair of Advertising Standards Canada, Nancy has been an active and dedicated participant in the industry and community, particularly those focused on the advancement of women in the workplace.


Annette Warring
// CEO, Dentsu Aegis Network Canada

Annette Warring is CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network Canada, driving the company’s vision of ‘Innovating the way brands are built’. Since her arrival in 2007, Annette has accelerated the shift from a traditional media offering to now five network brands and five specialist agencies, working together under one single P&L. Under her tenure, annual agency revenue has tripled in two years. In less than a year, Annette succeeded in landing the group and family of brands five major blue chip accounts including P&G, Canada’s largest advertising account; MasterCard; Reckitt Benckiser; Danone; and Microsoft.

Before joining Dentsu Aegis Network, Annette Warring spent four years at MPG (now Havas) in the role of Executive Vice President.

In 2014, Annette was named Media Director of the Year by strategy, the industry’s top honor recognizing a media executive in Canada. Under her leadership, the network’s agency brands also enjoy various industry recognitions including number one RECMA media agency rank for Carat in 2012 and 2014; Gold at the 2012 and 2014 Media Innovation Awards; two Internationalist Awards in 2013; and Best of Show Award and Gold at the 2011 Sponsorship Marketing Awards, to name a few.

Judging Process

First Round

The First Round is judged online by a panel of judges from across Canada. These judges, all with years of experience in their field, evaluated the entries on Strategy, Creativity and Results, all equally weighted. A panel of Senior Judges and our Senior Judging Co-Chairs are available to the judges for questions and to guide them through the online process.

Second Round

In the Second Round, the Senior Judges and Senior Judge Co-Chairs judge the top entries in the categories and disciplines. The scores from the two rounds are combined to determine Gold, Silver and Bronze awards.

Best of the Best

The top entries from the Second Round are reviewed and the Best of the Best is awarded, making this award truly representative of the best in Canadian marketing.

Judging Panels

Coming soon

Canada Post INCITE Award

A special award that recognizes the best use of direct mail.

Canada Post

Overview

Of all channels, direct mail may have gained the greatest benefit from big data and technological innovation, continuing to be a powerhouse in driving results for clients in every category.

Direct mail allows messages to combine physical elements like touch, taste, sound, sight and smell. It can integrate seamlessly with today’s modern media for robust Omni-channel strategies that offer depth of communications that have never been seen before.

The INCITE Award, sponsored by Canada Post, recognizes strategy, creativity and results as achieved in the specific channel of direct mail. Whether the campaign integrates direct mail effectively with other channels or is a standalone unique targeted creative campaign, the INCITE Award recognizes the most outstanding execution of the year.

Who Should Enter

Any campaign that has utilized direct mail as a part of the campaign within the last 18 months. The direct mail piece needs to have been delivered using Canada Post properties.

In addition to being an eligible entrant, fulfillment houses, statement design firms, consultants, form design firms and printing companies may be interested in collaborating with clients to develop an award submission.

A panel of judges, appointed by Canada Post and CMA, will select one winner based on the following criteria:

  • Creative planning and execution. Award-winning creative includes a unique, innovative approach, as well as stunning execution. It is bold and attention-grabbing, in terms of both the idea and how that idea is brought to life. Basically, it’s creative that puts a brand in the customer’s hand in a fresh, meaningful way.
  • Strategic thought. We consider a campaign to be strategically sound when it has a deep understanding of the target market. Critically reviewing key data and insights lead to innovative thinking, and to problem-solving in new ways.
  •  Results. These shoud be measurable, robust metrics that demonstrate how a campaign achieved its business objectives. The results could be an increase in sales, a shift in perception, or a proven behavior change.

How to Enter

There is no additional fee to enter the INCITE Award.

You can enter as many times as you like; submissions can be the same creative as your other entry, or an entirely different campaign.

Instructions:

On the CMA Awards entry website, you must fully complete an entry in an existing discipline/category (e.g., Advertising, Digital, Community Engagement), before submitting an INCITE Award entry.

However, entries in the following do not qualify for the INCITE Award:

  • Pro Bono
  • Facebook Mobile Marketing
  • YouTube Creative Storytelling
  • Environics Analytics Data Marketing
    1. Select "INCITE Award" from the drop-down menu and complete the entry form
    2. If you copied and pasted/replicated this entry from another award entry, be sure to edit the text to address the criteria for the INCITE Award
    1. Complete the entry as needed
    1. Because this medium relies on its physicality, a sample of the campaign piece is required for judging. Please submit your sample by July 6, 2017 to:

      Jenelle DaSilva-Rupchand
      Canadian Marketing Association
      1 Concorde Gt., Suite 607
      Toronto, ON
      M3C 3N6

      Samples cannot be returned.

Each entry must be submitted and uploaded individually. If you are entering the same materials in more than one discipline/category, you must upload the files separately for each entry.

All entries, including French market campaigns, are to be written in English to ensure fair judging. Please provide English translations in print or "dubbed-in" for any creative elements in French.

By entering this award, you grant Canada Post permission to use your entry to demonstrate a "gold standard" of direct mail, and be featured in INCITE magazine.

Facebook Mobile Marketing Award

A special award, recognising innovative use of Facebook platforms.

Facebook

Overview

With mobile allowing people to consume media content anywhere at any time, brands and agencies are constantly battling with how to drive real business results on such an evolving platform. Facebook is uniquely positioned through its ad products and measurement capabilities to help clients navigate this shift and achieve business objectives, from awareness to conversion.

The Facebook Mobile Marketing Award rewards brands and agencies who think mobile-first and pave the way in terms of how to capture attention and drive results with the mobile canvas in mind. The award will consider campaigns in terms of their use of creativity, Facebook’s products, and measurement.

Who Should Enter

In this category, we are looking for campaigns that use Facebook’s platforms, individually or combined, to achieve business goals. The campaigns submitted will be evaluated in three areas by a panel of judges appointed by Facebook and CMA.

The winner will be awarded based on their use of ad products paired with engaging creative built for mobile newsfeed with demonstrated effective results. All entries must be part of a paid advertising campaign, reaching an advertiser's core consumer base.

  • Creative solution. The campaign submitted must use creative that inspired emotion, connected consumers with a brand, or motivated a change in behaviour.
  • Product in communications and media. Use of platform and ad product are what can truly make or break creative assets and drive a desired action. The campaign submitted must utilize the formats chosen to their best ability to achieve objectives.
  • Measurement and effectiveness. The outcome of the campaign must have a significant impact for the brand or business, whether it be calculated brand impact to store visits or sales.  

How to Enter

There is no additional fee to enter the Mobile Marketing Award.

You can enter as many times as you like; submissions can be the same creative as your other entry, or an entirely different campaign.

Instructions:
On the CMA Awards entry website [hyperlink to  http://cma.adbeast.com] , you must fully complete an entry in an existing discipline/category (e.g., Advertising, Digital, Community Engagement), before submitting an Mobile Marketing Award entry.

However, entries in the following do not qualify for the Mobile Marketing Award:

Pro Bono
Canada Post INCITE
YouTube Creative Storytelling
Environics Analytics Data Marketing

  1. Select "Mobile Marketing Award" from the drop-down menu and complete the entry form
  2. If you copied and pasted/replicated this entry from another award entry, be sure to edit the text to address the criteria for the Mobile Marketing Award
  3. Complete the entry as needed

Each entry must be submitted and uploaded individually. If you are entering the same materials in more than one discipline/category, you must upload the files separately for each entry.

All entries, including French market campaigns, are to be written in English to ensure fair judging. Please provide English translations in print or "dubbed-in" for any creative elements in French.

By entering this award, you grant Facebook permission to use your entry to demonstrate a "gold standard" of mobile marketing.

Environics Analytics Data Marketing Award

A special award that recognizes the best use of data and analytics in marketing.

Environics Analytics

Overview

Big data, deeper analytics capabilities and innovations in technology allow marketers to connect more effectively with their customers and markets than ever before.

Whether aiding in the development of an overall marketing strategy, informing the planning of a campaign or evaluating the success of a specific promotion, data analytics is an essential tool in every marketer’s portfolio.

The Data Marketing Award, sponsored by Environics Analytics, recognizes innovative, creative and exemplary applications of data and analytics in the development of or as key elements in executing marketing campaigns that produce exceptional results.

Who Should Enter

For a marketing campaign or initiative to be considered for the DATA MARKETING Award, it must make use of data-driven analytics in a significant or meaningful way, whether in the development, execution or assessment of the campaign.

A panel of judges, appointed by Environics Analytics and CMA, will select one winner based on the following criteria:

  • Creative planning and execution involving data analytics, such as developing a segmentation model to determine the best audiences to test-market a new product; combining purchase history and social values to produce more relevant or personalized messaging for an effective direct marketing campaign; or measuring the current and prospective value of customers to increase product sales per customer.  
  • Strategic thought, such as analyzing past data on behaviour and preferences to identifying high-value target customers; determining knowledge gaps and accessing additional data to create a more comprehensive view of customers; or evaluating metrics within the marketing mix to allocate budgets more effectively and efficiently.
  • Results: Innovative engagement, such as leveraging consumer segmentation information to identify and service pockets of underserved markets; offering sponsorship and reward program opportunities to partners that offer products of interest to current customers as determined by their lifestyles and purchase histories; or using social media data to identify and address health-related concerns within specific populations, such as recent immigrants and new parents.

How to Enter

There is no additional fee to enter the Data Marketing Award.

You can enter as many times as you like; submissions can be the same creative as your other entry, or an entirely different campaign.

Instructions:

On the CMA Awards entry website, you must fully complete an entry in an existing discipline/category (e.g., Advertising, Digital, Community Engagement), before submitting an Data Marketing Award entry.

However, entries in the following do not qualify for the Data Marketing Award:

  • Pro Bono
  • Canada Post INICITE
  • Facebook Mobile Marketing
  • YouTube Creative Storytelling
  1. Select "Data Marketing Award" from the drop-down menu and complete the entry form
  2. If you copied and pasted/replicated this entry from another award entry, be sure to edit the text to address the criteria for the Data Marketing Award
  3. Complete the entry as needed

Each entry must be submitted and uploaded individually. If you are entering the same materials in more than one discipline/category, you must upload the files separately for each entry.

All entries, including French market campaigns, are to be written in English to ensure fair judging. Please provide English translations in print or "dubbed-in" for any creative elements in French.

By entering this award, you grant Environics Analytics permission to use your entry to demonstrate a "gold standard" of data marketing.

YouTube Creative Storytelling Award

A special award, recognising the best use of bumper ads in YouTube videos.

YouTube

Overview

In a world of short-form content and ever-shortening attention spans, brevity is key.  Now more than ever, we want to celebrate Canadian marketers who succeed at creative storytelling in a time-constrained Bumpers ad.

YouTube aims to deliver the best brand building solutions by matching our ad products to user behavior. That is how six-second Bumper ads came to be. If a TrueView ad is a phone call, a Bumper ad is a text message.

Sonnets are 14 lines, haikus are three… and bumpers are six seconds. Thirty second spots have been your main mode of ad storytelling, but as viewing habits shift to mobile, the question becomes how can you do more with less?

Who Should Enter

Advertisers and agencies that used Bumpers (0:06 ads) effectively in a YouTube campaign. A panel of judges, appointed by YouTube and CMA, will evaluate submissions based on the following criteria:

  1. Background & Summary: What was the insight? Why YouTube Bumpers?
  2. Marketing Challenge: What were you trying to solve?
  3. Strategy: How did Bumpers play a role into a broader YouTube strategy? What insights led to the development of Bumpers?
  4. Creative Solution & Execution: How effective was the creative in driving home the message? How did Bumpers fit the solution?
  5. Results: How did the campaign perform? What business impact did it have?

How to Enter

There is no additional fee to enter the Creative Storytelling Award.

You can enter as many times as you like; submissions can be the same creative as your other entry, or an entirely different campaign.

Instructions:

On the CMA Awards entry website, you must fully complete an entry in an existing discipline/category (e.g., Advertising, Digital, Community Engagement), before submitting Creative Storytelling Award entry.

However, entries in the following do not qualify for the Creative Storytelling Award:

  • Pro Bono
  • Canada Post INICITE
  • Facebook Mobile Marketing
  • Environics Analytics Data Marketing
  1. Select "Creative Storytelling Award" from the drop-down menu and complete the entry form
  2. If you copied and pasted/replicated this entry from another award entry, be sure to edit the text to address the criteria for the Creative Storytelling Award
  3. Complete the entry as needed

Each entry must be submitted and uploaded individually. If you are entering the same materials in more than one discipline/category, you must upload the files separately for each entry.

All entries, including French market campaigns, are to be written in English to ensure fair judging. Please provide English translations in print or "dubbed-in" for any creative elements in French.

By entering this award, you grant YouTube permission to use your entry to demonstrate a "gold standard" of creative storytelling in bumper ads.

Awards Gala

See you on November 24, 2017 at the Westin Harbour Castle to celebrate at Canada’s #1 Marketing Awards and CMA’s 50th Anniversary! Tickets on sale soon.

Sponsorship Opportunities

With a fast-paced awards show, followed by an outstanding dinner and a fantastic after-party of dancing and celebrating, Gala is an ideal opportunity to sponsor to engage your target audience.

2016 Winners

For the fourth-year running, the CMA Awards was selected by BizBash as the #1 Marketing & Advertising Awards in Canada and the #1 Marketing & Advertising Event in Toronto.

 

CMA Awards Gala Flipbook

 

Special Awards

Canada Post INCITE Award

Gold

Company: Canadian Tire
Campaign: The WOW Guide
Agency: Rogers Communications
Credits: Assistant Vice-President, Marketing: Bobby Singh-Randhawa | Senior Vice-President, Marketing: T.J Flood | Vice-President, Marketing: Jason Blanchette | Rogers Media: Clodagh Wilson | Rogers Media, Creative: Noam Lamdan | Director, Rogers: Christopher Loudon | Group Content Manager: Mike Cortiula | Client Manager, Rogers: Beth Fraser


Silver

Company: Scotiabank
Campaign: Momentum Saving Account Acquisition DM and Email
Agency:TRACK
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Barb Williams | Senior Art Director: Adrian Bertumen | Senior Copywriter: Tim Bickert | Vice-President, Business Unit Director: Paul Tedesco | Account Director: Adam Fraser | Director, Direct Marketing: Larysa Rodrigues | Senior Manager, Direct Marketing: Fiona Tan | Manager, Direct Marketing: Rhea Leitao


Bronze

Company:MasterCard
Campaign: MasterCard Priceless Cities DM
Agency: McCann Canada
Credits: Chief Executive Officer: Darren Clarke | Creative Director: Mike Lee | Creative Director: Chris Munnik | Art Director: Steffi Raike | Copywriter: Wayne Tindal | VP, Director of Client Service: Ryan Timms | Account Director: Emily MacLaurin-King | Account Supervisor: Dan Renaud

Mobile Marketing Award

Gold

Company: TO2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games
Campaign: TO2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games Online Ticket Sales
Agency: FUSE Marketing Group Inc
Credits: Senior Vice-President, Creative & Innovation: Patrick Weir | Digital Communications Executive (founder, society, etc.): Mike Sharma | Vice-President, Digital: Lane Buie | Account Director: Lisa Stephenson | Senior Art Director: Cam Guest | Art Director: Stephanie Joo | Creative Supervisor: Shawn Malone | Account Executive, society, etc.: Sarah Mayberry


Silver

Company: Borrowell
Campaign: Borrowell Makes Lending Fast, Fair and Friendly
Agency: GWP Brand Engineering
Credits: President/Executive Creative Director, GWP Brand Engineering: Philippe Garneau | Executive VP, General Manager, GWP Brand Engineering: Robert Morand | Account Executive, GWP Brand Engineering: Carrie Baker | Account Executive, GWP Brand Engineering: Pierre Dupuis | Art Director GWP Brand Engineering: David Spindler | Art Director GWP Brand Engineering: Kiley Woodland | Head of Growth, Borrowell: Jeff Goldenberg | Marketing Lead, Borrowell: Rob Palumbo


Bronze

Company: UGO Wallet Facebook Campaign
Campaign: UGO Mobile Solutions LP
Agency: UGO Mobile Solutions LP
Credits: Director, Marketing: Katharine Ashworth | Chief Commercialisation Officer: Dominic Elia | Business Analytics Director: David Lovisec | Social Media Communications: Danielle Patterson | Marketing Manager: Jennifer Alexpoulos | Associate Marketing Manager: Cindy Koury

Pro Bono

Gold

Company: SickKids Foundation
Campaign: Life Unpaused
Agency: Cossette Communications
Credits: Chief Creative Officers: Carlos Moreno, Peter Ignazi | Associate Creative Director: Jamie Cordwell | Art Director: Jessica Wong | Copywriter: Darrel Knight | Senior Interactive Designer: Gustavo Oregel | Account Services: Olivia Figliomeni, Hanh Vo, Steve Groh, Andrea Cook | Strategists: Kevin McHugh, Tara O'Doherty, Jason Chaney, Thomas Wilkins | Clients: Lori Davison, Kate Torrance


Silver

Company: ParticipACTION
Campaign: ParticipACTION
Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo
Credits: Creative Director: Zak Mroueh | Writers: George Ault, Jon Taylor | Art Director: Andrea Romanelli | Agency Producers: Tara Handley, Kate Spencer | Strategic Planner: Emma Brooks | Account Team: Robyn Morrissey | Clients: Rachel Shantz, Rebecca Jones | Clients: Andrea Danovitch, Leslie Vera, Lauren McKay


Bronze

Company: Raising the Roof
Campaign: Coming Soon
Agency: Leo Burnett, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Judy John | Creative Director: Lisa Greenberg | Group Creative Directors: Anthony Chelvanathan, Steve Persico | Art Director: Anthony Chelvanathan | Copywriter: Steve Persico | Executive Producer: Franca Piacente | Director: Angie Bird | Account Team: Natasha Deganais, Kayla Osmond | Production Company: Skin and Bones | Director of Photography: Anthony Deluca, Michael Chiang | Producers: Tony Phibbs, Jeff Schwartz | Editing House: Rooster Post-Production | Editor/Assistant Editor: Chris Parkins, Craig Jay | Producer: Yumi Suyama | Post Production House: Fort York | Music House: The Eggplant

Advertising

Automotive

Gold

Company: Chevrolet Canada
Campaign: Chevrolet Spark Launch
Agency: McCann Canada
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Darren Clarke | Creative Director: Josh Haupert | Copywriter: Jill Mack | Art Director: Justin Turco | Chief Strategy Officer: Mary Chambers | Strategist: Jenny Hwang | VP, Business Lead: Jason Grabinsky | Account Director: Jennifer Green


Silver

Company: Mazda Canada
Campaign: Unlimited
Agency: J. Walter Thompson Canada
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Ryan Spelliscy | Vice-President, Creative Director: Ari Elkouby | Associate Creative Director: Laurent Abesdris | Associate Creative Director: Denise Cole | Producer: Pam Portsmouth | Director: Jordan Brady | Account Director: Jeff Thomas | Planner: Matt Ball


Bronze

Company: Volkswagen
Campaign: Beetle Road Stories
Agency: DDB Canada, Tribal Worldwide
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Cosmo Campbell | Creative Direction: Rob Sturch | Creative: Murray Falconer, Jon Mandell | Agency Production: Matthew Sy | Technical Direction: Justin MacLeod | Strategic Planning: Natalie Godfrey, Andrew Ahern | Account Services: Samantha Murphy, Kathy Lee, Amanda Downs | Video and Artist Content: Rise Branded Entertainment

Business Products & Services

Silver

Company: ONEMETH
Campaign: ONEMETH Streetwear View
Agency: One Method (a division of Bensimon Byrne
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Amin Todai | Creative Director: Steve Miller | Associate Creative Director: Max Sawka | Art Director: Matt Jumper | Copywriter: Dario Petruzzi | Project Manager: Natasha Gomes | Public Relations: Laura Serra | Public Relations: Stefania Yarhi


Bronze

Company: Moneris
Campaign: Be Payment Ready: The Power of Radio
Agency: OgilvyOne Worldwide
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Alex Furrer | Writers: Pam Danowski, Steve Muzzin, David Horovitch, Elijah DiGangi, Amelia Charlton | Producer: Revital Grunberg | Account Management: Zemina Moosa, Michael Hampton, Shaun Small | Audio Production: Pirate Radio | Media Agency: Neo@Ogilvy | Clients: Rob Cameron, Laura Wolfe, Cathy Stewart-Beaulieu, Sophia Morge

Consumer Products - Food & Beverage

Gold

Company: General Mills Canada
Campaign: Bring Back The Bees
Agency: Cossette Communications
Credits: Chief Creative Officers: Peter Ignazi, Carlos Moreno | Creative Directors: Sean Barlow, Ed Lea | Associate Creative Director - AD: Yusong Zhang | Associate Creative Director - CW: Dhaval Bhatt | Interactive Designers: Derek Sharpe, Gustavo Oregel | Strategy: Jason Chaney, Kevin McHugh | Accounts: Janice Lindenbergs, Wendy Morgado, Jessica DeSantis, Jennifer Self | Director, Marketing: Emma Eriksson


Silver

Company: Molson Coors
Campaign: Hockey Heaven
Agency: Rethink
Credits: Creative Directors: Aaron Starkman, Dre Labre, Mike Dubrick, Joel Holtby, Chris Staples, Ian Grais | Art Director: Joel Holtby | Writer: Mike Dubrick | Broadcast Producer: Kelly Cavanaugh | Production Companies: Spy Films, United Films | Directors: Tyler Williams, Tamir Moscovici | Editors: Marc Langley, John Evans | Directors of Photography: John Houtman, Anthony Arendt | Line Producer: Erik Wilson | Post Production Houses: Rooster Post, Fort York VFX, Panic & Bob, Alter Ego, Crush | Audio House: RMW Music | Producer, Audio House: Mark Rajakovic | Engineers: Ryan Chalmers, Kyle Gudmundson | Colourist: Wade Odlum | Media: Media Edge Canada, Behaviour | PR: Harbinger | Digital Strategy: Darren Yada, Leah Gregg | Account Services: Cheryl Munroe, Scott Lyons, Krista Mundry


Bronze

Company: Wrigley Canada
Campaign: Skittles Holiday Pawn Shop
Agency: BBDO
Credits: Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Todd Mackie | Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Denise Rossetto | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Chris Booth | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Joey Pylypiw | Senior Copywriter: Matt Hubbard | Senior Art Director: Mike Schonberger | Account Director: Saloni Wadehra | Account Supervisor: Zack Kula

Consumer Products - General

Gold

Company: Kimberly-Clark
Campaign: No Baby Unhugged
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Ian MacKellar | Associate Creative Director/Art Director: Julie Markle | Associate Creative Director/Copywriter: Chris Dacyshyn | Account Management: Aviva Groll, Kennedy Crawford, Amy Brash | Producers: AnneMarie Martignago, Tessa Waisglass | Director: Lionel Coleman | Production Company: Wilfrid Park | Brand Team Lead/Client: Paul Scott


Silver

Company: Mondelez International
Campaign: Ritz Cracker Cutter
Agency: FCB, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Jon Flannery | Chief Creative Officer: Jeff Hilts | Chief Creative Officer: Nancy Crimi-Lamanna | Creative Director: Curtis Edwards | Art Director: Rob Dean | Writer: David Delibato | Group Account Director: Anabella Mandel | Vice-President, Management Director: Sunil Sekhar | Account Director: Lora Landriault | Account Executive: Olivia Selbie | Project Director: Shandi Horovitch | Vice-President, Director of Strategic Planning: Heather Sega | Senior Strategist: Anastasia Tubanos


Bronze

Company: Jamieson Vitamins
Campaign: One Second Vitamins
Agency: UNION Advertising Canada LP
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Lance Martin | Associate Creative Director/Art Director: Adam Thur | Associates Creative Director/Copywriter: Rica Eckersley | Agency Producer: Grace Lee | Account Manager: Emily Goldberg | Account Director: Raluca Kostovski | Group Account Director: Kimberlee Welch | Production Company: Nimble Content

Consumer Services

Gold

Company: Cineplex Entertainment
Campaign: Lily & The Snowman
Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Zak Mroueh | Executive Creative Director: Allen Oke | Associate Creative Directors: Noel Fenn, Andrew Caie | Art Director: Guilherme Bermejo | Writer: Nick Doerr | Strategic Planner: Ebrahim El Kalza | Account Team: Mike Sutton, Roy Gruia, Laura Robinson, Winnie Hsiao | Clients: S. Mandryk, P. Furnish, D. Solomon, M. Chapman, L. Mingail, S. Van Lange, J. Melman


Silver

Company: Spotify Canada
Campaign: Music For Your World
Agency: Anomaly
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Pete Breton | Art Director: Rich Brown | Copywriter: Matthew Donne | Group Account Director: Bryden McDonald | Strategist: Jon Daly | Head of Consumer Marketing: Jamie Herbert | Account Coordinator: Brittany Golding | Producer: Christine Stephens


Bronze

Company: Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism
Campaign: Crayons Integrated Campaign
Agency: Target
Credits: Director of Marketing, NL Tourism: Andrea Peddle | Manager Advertising/Communications, NL Tourism: Carol Ann Carter | Advertising Officer, NL Tourism: Andrew Weir | Digital Lead, NL Tourism: Amy Fisher | Creative Director: Tom Murphy | Art Directors: Kevan Kalyan, Ryan Strickland, Terry Hudson | Copywriter: Dave Sullivan | Design/Digital Developers: Leslie Chard, Ryan Strickland, Terry Hudson

Financial

Gold

Company: INTERAC Association
Campaign: INTERAC, Be In The Black - Merry January
Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Zak Mroueh | Executive Creative Director: Ron Smrczek | Art Directors: Noel Fenn, Shawn James, Allan Mah | Art Directors: Andrew Caie, Sean Atkinson, Ron MacDonald | Designers: Omar Morson, Sherry Dubeau | Strategic Planners: Emma Brooks, Ebrahim El Kalza | Account Team: Rob Freightman, Laura Robinson, Adreian Goodgall, Meagan Thomas | Clients: Andrea Danovitch, Leslie Vera, Lauren McKay


Silver

Company: BMO Financial Group
Campaign: Ball-Star
Agency: FCB Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Jon Flannery | Chief Creative Officer: Jeff Hilts | Chief Creative Officer: Nancy Crimi-Lamanna | Associate Creative Director: Jeremiah McNama | Associate Creative Director: Andrew MacPhee | Chief Strategy Officer: Shelley Brown | Group Account Director: Tracy Little | Account Director: Ravi Singh | Account Manager: Carmen Steger | Project Manager: Lindsay Hann | Senior Strategist: Anastasia Tubanos | Art Director: Scott Couture | Copywriter: Gary Lennox


Bronze

Company: TD Bank
Campaign: Official Partner of Big Dreams
Agency: Leo Burnett, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Judy John | Creative Directors: Josh Budd, Dave Federico | Group Creative Directors: Paul Giannetta, Stephen Stahl | Copywriter: Jason Soy | Art Director: Sally Fung | Group Account Director: Laurie Freeman | Account Executive/Account Supervisor: Alyssa Rossi, Kim Lazer | Planner: Kyle Fiore | Media Agency: Starcom Worldwide

NFP/Fundraising/Public Service

Gold

Company: Ovarian Cancer Canada
Campaign: Ladyballs
Agency: Grey Canada
Credits: Art Directors: Lisa Chen-Wing, Mark Mason, Perle Arteta, Marissa Mastenbroek | Writers: Sue Kohm, Patrick Scissons (CCO) | Agency Producers: Karen Blazer, Terri Vegso, Lisa Smith, Deena Archibald | Account Services: Megan Chown, Darlene Remlinger | Strategists: Lauren Scapillati, Andrew Carty | Production and Post: Untitled, Alter Ego, Rooster, Fort York, Eggplant, Raina + Wilson | Ovarian Cancer Canada: Karen Cinq Mars, Hilary Lanyon, Janice Chan, Arden Bagni | PR/Media: HYPE PR, Pollin8


Silver

Company: Liberal Party of Canada
Campaign: Justin Trudeau 2015 Election Campaign
Agency: Bensimon Byrne
Credits: President/Strategist: Jack Bensimon | Chief Creative Officer/Copywriter: David Rosenberg | Art Director: Debbie Chan | Group Account Director: Jill Engleman | Project Manager: Katelyn Porter | Client/Principal Advisor: Gerald Butts | Client/National Campaign Director: Katie Telford | Client/Advertising Director: Suzanne Cowan | Media Planner: Thomas Shadow | Media Buyer: Alex Gillespie | Agency Producer: Meghan Cheesbrough


Bronze

Company: Salvation Army
Campaign: Time to End Poverty in Canada
Agency: Grey Canada
Credits: Executive Creative Directors: Joel Arbez, James Ansley | Art Director: Ryan McNeill | Writer: Sue Kohm | Strategist: Andrew Carty | Account Services: Kit Kostandoff, Darlene Remlinger | Agency Producer: Erica Metcalfe | Production and Post: Skin and Bones, Saints | Media Planner: Peggy Routes

Retail

Silver

Company: IKEA
Campaign: Explore the Great Indoors
Agency: Leo Burnett, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Judy John | Group Creative Directors: Morgan Kurchak, Fernando Hernandez | Copywriter: Jessica Mori | Art Director: Laure Stromboni | Designers: Ross Butcher, Trevor Bell | Agency Producers: Anne Peck, Milena Malovic | Account Team: Natasha Dagenais, Danielle Iozzo, Spring Morris, Andrea Smith | Planner: Tahir Ahmad | Illustrator: Image Dynamics | Developer: David Freedman | Director, Creative Technology: Felix Wardene | Digital Project Manager: Thomas Degez | Media Agency: Jungle Media


Bronze

Company: Adidas Canada
Campaign: Adidas RunMore 10k
Agency: Tribal Worldwide Toronto, DDB Canada and DDB PR
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Joshua Stein | Creative Director: Diego Bertagni | Associate Creative Director: Frank Macera | Design Director: Benjamin Playford | Designer: Tom Bourke | PR Consultant: Suzanne Mandarino | Production: Lorrie Zwer, Liana Rico | Account Management: Susan Charles, Monica Bialobrzeski

Community Engagement

Automotive

Silver

Company: Mercedes-Benz Canada
Campaign: AMG GT Launch
Agency: BBDO
Credits: VP, Associate Creative Director/Copywriter: Chris Booth | VP, Associate Creative Director/Art Director: Joel Pylypiw | Account Supervisor: Blake Connolly | National Marketing Communications Manager, Mercedes-Benz Canada: Virginie Aubert | Campaign Marketing Lead, Mercedes-Benz Canada: Lesley McLelland


Bronze

Company: Harley-Davidson
Campaign: Harley-Davidson Social
Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Zak Mroueh | Executive Creative Director: Allen Oke | Art Director: Noel Fenn (ACD) | Writer: Andrew Caie (ACD) | Agency Producers: Laura Dubcovsky, Pam Portsmouth, Tara Handley | Strategic Planners: Heidi Philip, Jamie Cuthbertson, Sam Kamiel | Account Team: Kerry McKibbin, Maya Adler | Clients: Anoop Prakash, Jo Figueiredo, Vesa Mikkola, Marco Di Giantomasso

Business Products and Services

Gold

Company: ONEMETH
Campaign: ONEMETH Streetwear View
Agency: One Method (a division of Bensimon Byrne)
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Amin Todai | Creative Director: Steve Miller | Associate Creative Director: Max Sawka | Art Director: Matt Jumper | Copywriter: Dario Petruzzi | Project Manager: Natasha Gomes | Public Relations: Laura Serra | Public Relations: Stefania Yarhi


Silver

Company: McDonald's Canada - Ontario Region
Campaign: The Secret Secret Menu Challenge
Agency: Cossette
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Peter Ignazi | Chief Creative Officer: Carlos Moreno | Art Directors: Rebecca Dunnet, Natalie Mathers | Copywriter: Simon Rogers | Designer: Eleni Alpous | Account Supervisor/Strategy: Nicole Bakker | Regional Marketing Supervisor: Kristie Forbes | Sr Marketing Manager: Chuck Coolen


Bronze

Company: Go Transit
Campaign: #EtiquetteFail Campaign
Agency: DDB Canada
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Paul Wallace | Copywriter: Arjang Esfandiyari | Art Directors: Loretta Lau, Hayley Hinkley | Producer: Ella Gruber | Vice-President, Client Service Director: Jacqui Faclier | Account Coordinator: Carly Andrews | Strategist: Gillian Lanyon

Consumer Products - Food & Beverage

Gold

Company: General Mills
Campaign: Bring Back The Bees
Agency: Veritas Communications
Credits: President, Creative Oversight: Krista Webster | Vice President, Client Lead: Kim Roman | Senior Director, Account Lead: Stella Mok | Account Manager, Event Management & Social Media: Christine McDermott | Coordinator, Account Support: Veronica Sheppard | Director of Brand Reputation, Issues Management: Bob Reid | Vice President, Media Strategy: Nina Kalos | Media Relations Support: Patricia Amato, Kertney Russell


Silver

Company: Wrigley Canada
Campaign: Skittles Holiday Pawn Shop
Agency: BBDO
Credits: Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Todd Mackie | Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Denise Rossetto | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Chris Booth | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Joey Pylypiw | Senior Copywriter: Matt Hubbard | Senior Art Director: Mike Schonberger | Account Director: Saloni Wadehra | Account Supervisor: Zack Kula


Bronze

Company: PepsiCo Foods Canada
Campaign: Doritos Ketchup Roses
Agency: BBDO Citizen
Credits: Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Denise Rossetto | Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Todd Mackie | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Derek Blais | Vice-President, Group Account Director: Stephanie Page | Account Executive: Karrie Kwong | Senior Director, Citizen Relations Canada: Katie Muir | Senior Director, Marketing, Global Brands, PepsiCo Foods Canada: Susan Irving | Marketing Manager, Young & Hungry, PepsiCo Foods Canada: Matt Webster

Consumer Products - General

Gold

Company: Proctor & Gamble/Always
Campaign: Unstoppable
Agency: Leo Burnett, Toronto/Chicago
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Judy John | Creative Directors: Judy John, AJ Hassan | Group Creative Directors: Steve Persico, Anthony Chelvanathan | Copywriters: Steve Persico, Jeanne Shields | Art Directors: Anthony Chelvanathan, Becky Kozlen | Agency Producers: Mary Cheney, Tony Wallace, Adine Becker | Director: Lauren Greenfield | Editor: Kathryn Hempel | Production Company: Chelsea Pictures | Editing Company: Cutters | Account Lead: Annette Sally | Account Management: Lisa Bamber, Eli Velez, Shaina Holtz, Sarah Kaminsky, Katie Nikolaus | Participation Director: Kristin Hayward | Strategy: Kara Yang, Elena Petukhova | Media Agency: Starcom MediaVest Group | PR Agency: MSLGROUPE New York


Silver

Company: Mondelez International
Campaign: Ritz Cracker Cutter
Agency: FCB, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Jon Flannery | Chief Creative Officer: Jeff Hilts | Chief Creative Officer: Nancy Crimi-Lamanna | Creative Director: Curtis Edwards | Art Director: Rob Dean | Writer: David Delibato | Group Account Director: Anabella Mandel | VP, Management Director: Sunil Sekhar | Account Director: Lora Landriault | Account Executive: Olivia Selbie | Project Director: Shandi Horovitch | VP, Director of Strategic Planning: Heather Segal | Senior Strategist: Anastastia Tubanos | Art Director: Tayler Resar-Teese


Bronze

Company: Penningtons
Campaign: Yoga
Agency: lg2
Credits: Vice-President Marketing & Visual Presentation: Ginette Harnois | Creative Director: François Sauvé | Art Director, Copy Writer: Valérie Wells, Marie-Ève Leclerc Dion | Planner/Strategist: Anne-Marie Leclair | Account Leads: Martine Grégoire, Marie-Ève Despars | Social and Digital Strategy: Sabrina Côté | Producer: Julie Lorazo | Media Planner: OMD | Primary Client Manager/Director: Ginette Harnois | Creative Director: Fran çois Sauvé | Art Director: Valérie Wells

Consumer Services

Gold

Company: Cineplex Entertainment
Campaign: Lily & The Snowman
Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Zak Mroueh | Executive Creative Director: Allen Oke | Associate Creative Directors: Noel Fenn, Andrew Caie | Art Director: Guilherme Bermejo | Writer: Nick Doerr | Strategic Planner: Ebrahim El Kalza | Account Team: Mike Sutton, Roy Gruia, Laura Robinson, Winnie Hsiao | Clients: S. Mandryk, P. Furnish, D. Solomon, M. Chapman, L. Mingail, S. Van Lange, J. Melman


Silver

Company: Air Canada
Campaign: #CanadaCarols
Agency: J. Walter Thompson Canada
Credits: Chief Creative Directors: Ryan Spelliscy, Brent Choi | Creative Director: Gary Westgate | VP , Strategic Planning Director: Sarah Stringer | Executive Social Media Director: Rebecca Brown | Engagement Director: Victoria Radziunas | VP, Marketing - Air Canada: Craig Landry | Senior Director Strategic Partnerships - Air Canada: Denis Vandal | Director of Marketing: Selma Filali


Bronze

Company: Expedia.ca
Campaign: Join the Jays on the Road
Agency: Grip Limited
Credits: Partner, Creative: David Chiavegato | Partner, Creative: Rich Pryce-Jones | Associate Creative Directors: Trevor Gourley, Julia Morra | Group Account Director: Martin McClorey | Account Director: Justine Leetham | Senior Director of Marketing: Christopher Day | Director of Marketing: Jennifer Callegaro | Senior Marketing Manager: Adam Francis

Financial

Gold

Company: TD Bank
Campaign: #GreenWhereYouLive
Agency: Diamond Integrated Marketing
Credits: SVP: Josh Diamond | Creative Officer: Mark Vandervoet | Diamond Creative: Julie Bisson, Jackie Musial, Sara Vintern | Diamond Accounts: Ravi Sidhu, Carolyn Mallory, Alessio De Civita | Diamond Productions: Roma Ahi, Mat Black, Mandy Leon | TD FEF: Mary Dejardins | Senior Managers, TD Bank: Hilary Woods, Joanne Bull | Managers, TD Bank: Darren Knowler, Lisa Branston | Vice-President, Management Director: Sunil Sekhar | Account Director: Lora Landriault | Account Executive: Olivia Selbie | Project Director: Shandi Horovitch | Vice-President, Director of Strategic Planning: Heather Sega | Senior Strategist: Anastasia Tubanos


Silver

Company: BMO Financial Group
Campaign: Ball-Star
Agency: FCB Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Jon Flannery | Chief Creative Officer: Jeff Hilts | Chief Creative Officer: Nancy Crimi-Lamanna | Associate Creative Director: Jeremiah McNama | Associate Creative Director: Andrew MacPhee | Chief Strategy Officer: Shelley Brown | Group Account Director: Tracy Little | Account Director: Ravi Singh | Account Manager: Carmen Steger | Project Manager: Lindsay Hann | Senior Strategist: Anastasia Tubanos | Art Director: Scott Couture | Copywriter: Gary Lennox


Bronze

Company: Visa Canada
Campaign: Visa Checkout Movember
Agency: BBDO
Credits: Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director, BBDO: Denise Rossetto | Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director, BBDO: Todd Mackie | Art Director, BBDO: Bryan Howarth | Copywriter, BBDO: Johnny Pavivi | Account Director, BBDO: Sandra Marston | Head of Marketing, Visa Canada: Brenda Woods | Senior Business Leader, Debit & Commercial, Visa Canada: Nic Lopez

NFP/Fundraising/Public Service

Gold

Company: Justin Trudeau 2015 Election Campaign: Hazel Shifts Seniors' Vote
Campaign: President/Strategist: Jack Bensimon | Chief Creative Officer/Copywriter: David Rosenberg | Art Director: Debbie Chan | Group Account Director: Jill Engleman | Project Manager: Katelyn Porter | Client/Principal Advisor: Gerald Butts | Client/National Campaign Director: Katie Telford | Client/Advertising Director: Suzanne Cowan | Media Planner: Thomas Shadow | Media Buyer: Alex Gillespie | Agency Producer: Meghan Cheesbrough


Silver

Company: Ovarian Cancer Canada
Campaign: Ladyballs
Agency: Grey Canada
Credits: Art Directors: Lisa Chen-Wing, Mark Mason, Perle Arteta, Marissa Mastenbroek | Writers: Sue Kohm, Patrick Scissons (CCO) | Agency Producers: Karen Blazer, Terry Vegso, Lisa Smith, Deena Archibald | Account Services: Megan Chown, Darlene Remlinger | Strategists: Lauren Scapillati, Andrew Carty | Production and Post: Untitled, Alter Ego, Rooster, Fort York, Eggplant, Raina + Wilson | Ovarian Cancer Canada: Karen Cinq Mars, Hilary Lanyon, Janice Chan, Arden Bagni

Retail

Gold

Company: LCBO
Campaign: #CardOrNot
Agency: Leo Burnett, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Judy John | Group Creative Directors: Sam Cerullo, Kelly Zettel | Copywriters: Marty Hoefkes, Mike Johnson | Art Directors: Mike Morelli, Jordan Gladman | Agency Producers: Bernice Banigan, Jesse Brook, Alexandra Postans, Cimmeron Kirk | Group Account Director: David Buckspan | Account Directors: Kirk Round, Sam Pollock | Account Executives: Natasha Aquin, Jamie Fenyes | Director, Creative Technology: Felix Warden | Flash Developer: Candy Banners | Project Manager: Cimmeron Kirk | Photographer: Virginia Macdonald | Stylist: Wendy Rorang | Media Agency: ZenithOptimedia/PHD


Silver

Company: Agropur
Campaign: The Natrel Milk Bar by java u
Agency: lg2
Credits: Vice-President, Marketing, Senior Brand Managers: Jean-François Couture, Sonia Palazzo, Isabelle Lamothe | Creative Directors: Claude Auchu, Marc Fortin, Jennifer Varvaresso | Art Directors: Marie-Pier Gilbert, Martin Baron | Copywriters: Jean-François Perreault, Véronique Gingras | Planner/Strategist: Marc-André Fafard | Account Leads: Vanessa Dicaire, Marie-Christine Cayer | Architect: Hélène Fortin | Media Planner, DentsuBos: Dahlia Trinh-Viet | Primary Client Manager/Director: ??? | UX Director: Nicolas Baldovini


Bronze

Company: Walmart Canada
Campaign: Pooch Truck
Agency: J. Walter Thompson Canada
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Brent Choi | SVP, Executive Creative Director: Ryan Spelliscy | Creative Director: Jed Churcher | Art Director: Anton Mwewa | Copywriter: Alec Carluen | Account Director: Alice Wan | Account Executive: Cherie Tsang | Producer: Elana Olavesen

Digital

Automotive

Gold

Company: Chevrolet Canada
Campaign: Chevrolet Spark Launch
Agency: McCann Canada
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Darren Clarke | Creative Director: Josh Haupert | Copywriter: Jill Mack | Art Director: Justin Turco | Chief Strategy Officer: Mary Chambers | Strategist: Jenny Hwang | VP, Business Lead: Jason Grabinsky | Account Director: Jennifer Green


Silver

Company: Lexus Canada
Campaign: Lexus LinkedIn
Agency: Dentsubos, 360i Canada
Credits: Executive Vice-President, Creative Director: Jon Frier | Group Creative Director, Art Director: Travis Cowdy | Group Creative Director: Lyranda Martin Evans | Agency Producer: Phelia Wong | President and CEO: Stephen Kiely | Associate Vice-President, 360i Canada: Chloe Gravelle | Senior Director, Performance Media: Ira Kates | Digital Strategist, Dentsu Media: Kung Chu


Bronze

Company: Mazda Canada
Campaign: Unlimited
Agency: J. Walter Thompson Canada
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Ryan Spelliscy | Vice-President, Creative Director: Ari Elkouby | Associate Creative Director: Laurent Abesdris | Associate Creative Director: Denise Cole | Producer: Pam Portsmouth | Director: Jordan Brady | Account Director: Jeff Thomas | Planner: Matt Ball

Business Products & Services

Silver

Company: ONEMETH
Campaign: ONEMETH Streetwear View
Agency: One Method (a division of Bensimon Byrne)
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Amin Todai | Creative Director: Steve Miller | Associate Creative Director: Max Sawka | Art Director: Matt Jumper | Copywriter: Dario Petruzzi | Project Manager: Natasha Gomes | Public Relations: Laura Serra | Public Relations: Stefania Yarhi


Bronze

Company: GO Transit
Campaign: #EtiquetteFail Campaign
Agency: DDB Canada
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Paul Wallace | Copywriter: Arjang Esfandiyari | Art Directors: Loretta Lau, Hayley Hinkley | Producer: Ella Gruber | Vice-President, Client Service Director: Jacqui Faclier | Account Coordinator: Carly Andrews | Strategist: Gillian Lanyon

Consumer Products - Food & Beverage

Gold

Company: Coca-Cola
Campaign: Play a Coke
Agency: The Hive
Credits: Creative Director, The Hive: Brad Van Shaik | Account Director, The Hive: Candice Lennox | Partner, Managing Director, The Hive: Trent Fulton | Partner, Chief Creative Officer, The Hive: Simon Creet | Director of Marketing, The Coca-Cola Company: Diego Moratorio | Strategic Marketing Manager, The Coca-Cola Company: Beth MacGibbon | Senior Producer, The Hive: Sumit Ajwani | App Development Partner: Jam 3


Silver

Company: General Mills Canada
Campaign: Bring Back The Bees
Agency: Cossette Communications
Credits: Chief Creative Officers: Peter Ignazi, Carlos Moreno | Creative Directors: Sean Barlow, Ed Lea | Associate Creative Director - AD: Yusong Zhang | Associate Creative Director - CW: Dhaval Bhatt | Interactive Designers: Derek Sharpe, Gustavo Oregel | Strategy: Jason Chaney, Kevin McHugh | Accounts: Janice Lindenbergs, Wendy Morgado, Jessica DeSantis, Jennifer Self | Director, Marketing: Emma Eriksson


Bronze

Company: Wrigley Canada
Campaign: Skittles Holiday Pawn Shop
Agency: BBDO
Credits: Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Todd Mackie | Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Denise Rossetto | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Chris Booth | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Joey Pylypiw | Senior Copywriter: Matt Hubbard | Senior Art Director: Mike Schonberger | Account Director: Saloni Wadehra | Account Supervisor: Zack Kula

Consumer Products - General

Gold

Company: Mondelez International
Campaign: Ritz Cracker Cutter
Agency: FCB, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Jon Flannery | Chief Creative Officer: Jeff Hilts | Chief Creative Officer: Nancy Crimi-Lamanna | Creative Director: Curtis Edwards | Art Director: Rob Dean | Writer: David Delibato | Group Account Director: Anabella Mandel | VP, Management Director: Sunil Sekhar | Account Director: Lora Landriault | Account Executive: Olivia Selbie | Project Director: Shandi Horovitch | VP, Director of Strategic Planning: Heather Segal | Senior Strategist: Anastasia Tubanos | Art Director: Tayler Resar-Teese


Silver

Company: Proctor & Gamble/Always
Campaign: Unstoppable
Agency: Leo Burnett, Toronto/Chicago
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Judy John | Creative Directors: Judy John, AJ Hassan | Group Creative Directors: Steve Persico, Anthony Chelvanathan | Copywriters: Steve Persico, Jeanne Shields | Art Directors: Anthony Chelvanathan, Becky Kozlen | Agency Producers: Mary Cheney, Tony Wallace, Adine Becker | Director: Lauren Greenfield | Editor: Kathryn Hempel | Production Company: Chelsea Pictures | Editing Company: Cutters | Account Lead: Annette Sally | Account Management: Lisa Bamber, Eli Velez, Shaina Holtz, Sarah Kaminsky, Katie Nikolaus | Participation Director: Kristin Hayward | Strategy: Kara Yang, Elena Petukhova | Media Agency: Starcom MediaVest Group | PR Agency: MSLGROUPE New York


Bronze

Company: Penningtons
Campaign: Yoga
Agency: lg2
Credits: Vice-President Marketing & Visual Presentation: Ginette Harnois | Creative Director: Fran çois Sauvé | Art Director, Copy Writer: Valérie Wells, Marie-Ève Leclerc Dion | Planner/Strategist: Anne-Marie Leclair | Account Leads: Martine Grégoire, Marie-Ève Despars | Social and Digital Strategy: Sabrina Côté | Producer: Julie Lorazo | Media Planner: OMD | Primary Client Manager/Director: Ginette Harnois | Creative Director: Fran çois Sauvé | Art Director: Valérie Wells

Consumer Services

Gold

Company: Cineplex Entertainment
Campaign: Lily & The Snowman
Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Zak Mroueh | Executive Creative Director: Allen Oke | Associate Creative Directors: Noel Fenn, Andrew Caie | Art Director: Guilherme Bermejo | Writer: Nick Doerr | Strategic Planner: Ebrahim El Kalza | Account Team: Mike Sutton, Roy Gruia, Laura Robinson, Winnie Hsiao | Clients: S. Mandryk, P. Furnish, D. Solomon, M. Chapman, L. Mingail, S. Van Lange, J. Melman


Silver

Company: Expedia.ca
Campaign: Join the Jays on the Road
Agency: Grip Limited
Credits: Partner, Creative: David Chiavegato | Partner, Creative: Rich Pryce-Jones | Associate Creative Directors: Trevor Gourley, Julia Morra | Group Account Director: Martin McClorey | Account Director: Justine Leetham | Senior Director of Marketing: Christopher Day | Director of Marketing: Jennifer Callegaro | Senior Marketing Manager: Adam Francis

Financial

Gold

Company: BMO Financial Group
Campaign: Ball-Star
Agency: FCB Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Jon Flannery | Chief Creative Officer: Jeff Hilts | Chief Creative Officer: Nancy Crimi-Lamanna | Associate Creative Director: Jeremiah McNama | Associate Creative Director: Andrew MacPhee | Chief Strategy Officer: Shelley Brown | Group Account Director: Tracy Little | Account Director: Ravi Singh | Account Manager: Carmen Steger | Project Manager: Lindsay Hann | Senior Strategist: Anastasia Tubanos | Art Director: Scott Couture | Copywriter: Gary Lennox


Silver

Company: INTERAC Association
Campaign: INTERAC, Be In The Black - Pets with Credit
Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Zak Mroueh | Executive Creative Director: Allen Oke | Art Director: Fiorella Martinez | Writer: Jacob Pacey | Agency Producers: Tara Cochrane, Tara Handley | Account Team: Rob Freightner, Laura Robinson, Winnie Hsiao | Strategic Planner: Emma Brooks | Clients: Andrea Danovitch, Leslie Vera, Lauren McKay


Bronze

Company: TD Bank
Campaign: #TDThanksYou
Agency: Diamond Integrated Marketing
Credits: CCO: David Diamond | Creative Director: Mark Vandervoet | Executive Producer/Director of Production: Roma Ahi | Directors: Mark Graham, Adam Massey | Art Directors: Pearce Caclda, Darryl Graham | Diamond Creative: Sara Vinten, Kyle Nielsen, Jamie White, Jackie Musial | TD Bank: Wendy Arnott, Kavita Joshi | TD Bank: Noah Vardon, Michael Palambo

NFP/Fundraising/Public Service

Gold

Company: SickKids Foundation
Campaign: Life Unpaused
Agency: Cossette Communications
Credits: Chief Creative Officers: Carlos Moreno, Peter Ignazi | Associate Creative Director: Jamie Cordwell | Art Director: Jessica Wong | Copywriter: Darrel Knight | Senior Interactive Designer: Gustavo Oregel | Account Services: Olivia Figliomeni, Hanh Vo, Steve Groh, Andrea Cook | Strategists: Kevin McHugh, Tara O'Doherty, Jason Chaney, Thomas Wilkins | Clients: Lori Davison, Kate Torrance


Silver

Company: Canadian Safe Schools Network
Campaign: Bully Ads
Agency: BIMM, Touché
Credits Chief Creative Officer: Chief Creative Officer: Roehl Sanchez | Creative Director/Copywriter: Rene Rouleau | Digital Planner: Allison MacLeod | Technical Director: Sukh Gill | Director of Product Innovation: Scott Keeling | Art Director: Andrew Yeung | Media: Touché! Media, AOL Canada | PR: Stephen Rouse


Bronze

Company: Liberal Party of Canada
Campaign: Justin Trudeau 2015 Election Campaign
Agency: Bensimon Byrne
Credits: President/Strategist: Jack Bensimon | Chief Creative Officer/Copywriter: David Rosenberg | Art Director: Debbie Chan | Group Account Director: Jill Engleman | Project Manager: Katelyn Porter | Client/Principal Advisor: Gerald Butts | Client/National Campaign Director: Katie Telford | Client/Advertising Director: Suzanne Cowan | Media Planner: Thomas Shadow | Media Buyer: Alex Gillespie | Agency Producer: Meghan Cheesbrough

Retail

Silver

Company: IKEA
Campaign: Pick-up and Order Point Hyperlapse
Agency: Leo Burnett, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Judy John | Group Creative Director: Morgan Kurchak, Fernando Hernandez | Copywriter: Jason Soy | Art Director: Sally Fung | Designers: Sean Perkins, Eugene Bak | Director, Creative Technology/Digital Project Manager: Felix Wardene, Thomas Degez | Flash Developer: Chad Elston | Account Director/Account Executive: Emily Robinson, Andrea Smith | Illustrator: The Sixnfive Studio | Media Company: Jungle Media


Bronze

Company:Tim Hortons
Campaign: EHmoji
Agency: OgilvyOne Worldwide
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Alex Furrer | Copywriters: David Strasser, Steve Muzzin, Pam Danowski, David Horovitch | Art Director: Tianne Rodrigues | Social Media Strategy: Neil Mohan, Terri McBay, Andrew Stewart | Account Management: Zemina Moosa, Mandi Lee, Taylor Pawsey | Developer: Snaps | Illustrator: Nabil Elsaadi | Senior Manager - Social Media: Lizzie Nawn

Integrated

Automotive

Bronze

Company: Chevrolet Canada
Campaign: Chevrolet Spark Launch
Agency: McCann Canada
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Darren Clarke | Creative Director: Josh Haupert | Copywriter: Jill Mack | Art Director: Justin Turco | Chief Strategy Officer: Mary Chambers | Strategist: Jenny Hwang | VP, Business Lead: Jason Grabinsky | Account Director: Jennifer Green

Business Products & Services

Silver

Company: ONEMETH
Campaign: ONEMETH Streetwear View
Agency: One Method (a division of Bensimon Byrne)
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Amin Todai | Creative Director: Steve Miller | Associate Creative Director: Max Sawka | Art Director: Matt Jumper | Copywriter: Dario Petruzzi | Project Manager: Natasha Gomes | Public Relations: Laura Serra | Public Relations: Stefania Yarhi

Consumer Products - Food & Beverage

Gold

Company: General Mills
Campaign: Bring Back The Bees
Agency: Veritas Communications, Cossette Communications
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Amin Todai | Creative Director: Steve Miller | Associate Creative Director: Max Sawka | Art Director: Matt Jumper | Copywriter: Dario Petruzzi | Project Manager: Natasha Gomes | Public Relations: Laura Serra | Public Relations: Stefania Yarhi


Silver

Company: Wrigley Canada
Campaign: Skittles Holiday Pawn Shop
Agency: BBDO
Credits: Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Todd Mackie | Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Denise Rossetto | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Chris Booth | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Joey Pylypiw | Senior Copywriter: Matt Hubbard | Senior Art Director: Mike Schonberger | Account Director: Saloni Wadehra | Account Supervisor: Zack Kula


Bronze

Company: PepsiCo Foods Canada
Campaign: Doritos Ketchup Roses
Agency: BBDO
Credits: Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Denise Rossetto | Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Todd Mackie | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Derek Blais | Vice-President, Group Account Director: Stephanie Page | Account Executive: Karrie Kwong | Senior Director, Citizen Relations Canada: Katie Muir | Senior Director, Marketing, Global Brands, PepsiCo Foods Canada: Susan Irving | Marketing Manager, Young & Hungry, PepsiCo Foods Canada: Matt Webster

Consumer Products – General

Gold

Company: Mondelez International
Campaign: Ritz Cracker Cutter
Agency: FCB, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Jon Flannery | Chief Creative Officer: Jeff Hilts | Chief Creative Officer: Nancy Crimi-Lamanna | Creative Director: Curtis Edwards | Art Director: Rob Dean | Writer: David Delibato | Group Account Director: Anabella Mandel | VP, Management Director: Sunil Sekhar | Account Director: Lora Landriault | Account Executive: Olivia Selbie | VP, Director of Strategic Planning: Heather Segal | Project Director: Shandi Horovitch | Senior Strategist: Anastasia Tubanos | Art Director: Tayler Resar-Teese


Silver

Company: Kimberly-Clark
Campaign: No Baby Unhugged
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Ian MacKellar | Associate Creative Director/Art Director: Julie Markle | Associate Creative Director/Copywriter: Chris Dacyshyn | Account Management: Aviva Groll, Kennedy Crawford, Amy Brash | Producers: AnneMarie Martignago, Tessa Waisglass | Director: Lionel Coleman | Production Company: Wilfrid Park | Brand Team Lead/Client: Paul Scott


Bronze

Company: Proctor & Gamble/Always
Campaign: Unstoppable
Agency: Leo Burnett, Toronto/Chicago
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Judy John | Creative Directors: Judy John, AJ Hassan | Group Creative Directors: Steve Persico, Anthony Chelvanathan | Copywriters: Steve Persico, Jeanne Shields | Art Directors: Anthony Chelvanathan, Becky Kozlen | Agency Producers: Mary Cheney, Tony Wallace, Adine Becker | Director: Lauren Greenfield | Editor: Kathryn Hempel | Production Company: Chelsea Pictures | Editing Company: Cutters | Account Lead: Annette Sally | Account Management: Lisa Bamber, Eli Velez, Shaina Holtz, Sarah Kaminsky, Katie Nikolaus | Participation Director: Kristin Hayward | Strategy: Kara Yang, Elena Petukhova | Media Agency: Starcom MediaVest Group | PR Agency: MSLGROUPE New York

Consumer Services

Gold

Company: Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism
Campaign: Crayons
Agency: Target
Credits: Director of Marketing, NL Tourism: Andrea Peddle | Manager Advertising/Communications, NL Tourism: Carol Ann Carter | Advertising Officer, NL Tourism: Andrew Weir | Digital Lead, NL Tourism: Amy Fisher | Creative Director: Tom Murphy | Art Directors: Kevan Kalyan, Ryan Strickland, Terry Hudson | Copywriter: Dave Sullivan | Design/Digital Developers: Leslie Chard, Ryan Strickland, Terry Hudson


Silver

Company: Cineplex Entertainment
Campaign: Lily & The Snowman
Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Zak Mroueh | Executive Creative Director: Allen Oke | Associate Creative Directors: Noel Fenn, Andrew Caie | Art Director: Guilherme Bermejo | Writer: Nick Doerr | Strategic Planner: Ebrahim El Kalza | Account Team: Mike Sutton, Roy Gruia, Laura Robinson, Winnie Hsiao | Clients: S. Mandryk, P. Furnish, D. Solomon, M. Chapman, L. Mingail, S. Van Lange, J. Melman

Financial

Gold

Company: INTERAC Association
Campaign: INTERAC, Be In The Black - Merry January
Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Zak Mroueh | Executive Creative Directors: Allen Oke, Ron Smrczek | Creative Director: Jon Webber | Art Directors: Noel Fenn, Fio Martinez, Shawn James, Jon Armstrong, Andrea Romanelli | Writers: Andrew Caie, Jacob Pacey, Sean Atkinson, Jon Taylor, Gabrielle Elliot | Strategic Planners: Heidi Philip, Emma Brooks, Ebrahim El Kalza | Account Team: R. Feightner, L. Robinson, W. Hsiao, A. Goodgoll, M. Thomas | Clients: Andrea Danovitch, Leslie Vera, Lauren McKay


Silver

Company: BMO Financial Group
Campaign: Ball-Star
Agency: FCB Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Jon Flannery | Chief Creative Officer: Jeff Hilts | Chief Creative Officer: Nancy Crimi-Lamanna | Associate Creative Director: Jeremiah McNama | Associate Creative Director: Andrew MacPhee | Chief Strategy Officer: Shelley Brown | Group Account Director: Tracy Little | Account Director: Ravi Singh | Account Manager: Carmen Steger | Project Manager: Lindsay Hann | Senior Strategist: Anastasia Tubanos | Art Director: Scott Couture | Copywriter: Gary Lennox


Bronze

Company: TD Bank
Campaign: Official Partner of Big Dreams
Agency: Leo Burnett, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Judy John | Creative Directors: Josh Budd, Dave Federico | Group Creative Directors: Paul Giannetta, Stephen Stahl | Copywriter: Jason Soy | Art Director: Sally Fung | Group Account Director: Laurie Freeman | Account Executive/Account Supervisor: Alyssa Rossi, Kim Lazer | Planner: Kyle Fiore | Media Agency: Starcom Worldwide

NFP/Fundraising/Public Service

Gold

Company: Ovarian Cancer Canada
Campaign: Ladyballs
Agency: Grey Canada
Credits: Art Directors: Lisa Chen-Wing, Mark Mason, Perle Arteta, Marissa Mastenbroek | Writers: Sue Kohm, Patrick Scissons (CCO) | Agency Producers: Karen Blazer, Terri Vegso, Lisa Smith, Deena Archibald | Account Services: Megan Chown, Darlene Remlinger | Strategists: Lauren Scapillati, Andrew Carty | Production and Post: Untitled, Alter Ego, Rooster, Fort York, Eggplant, Raina + Wilson | Ovarian Cancer Canada: Karen Cinq Mars, Hilary Lanyon, Janice Chan, Arden Bagni | PR/Media: HYPE PR, Pollin8


Silver

Company: Liberal Party of Canada
Campaign: Justin Trudeau 2015 Election Campaign
Agency: Bensimon Byrne
Credits: President/Strategist: Jack Bensimon | Chief Creative Officer/Copywriter: David Rosenberg | Art Director: Debbie Chan | Group Account Director: Jill Engleman | Project Manager: Katelyn Porter | Client/Principal Advisor: Gerald Butts | Client/National Campaign Director: Katie Telford | Client/Advertising Director: Suzanne Cowan | Media Planner: Thomas Shadow | Media Buyer: Alex Gillespie | Agency Producer: Meghan Cheesbrough


Bronze

Company: Salvation Army
Campaign: Time to End Poverty in Canada
Agency: Grey Canada
Credits: Executive Creative Directors: Joel Arbez, James Ansley | Art Director: Ryan McNeill | Writer: Sue Kohm | Strategist: Andrew Carty | Account Services: Kit Kostandoff, Darlene Remlinger | Agency Producer: Erica Metcalfe | Production and Post: Skin and Bones, Saints | Media Planner: Peggy Routes

Retail

Silver

Company: IKEA
Campaign: Explore the Great Indoors
Agency: Leo Burnett, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Judy John | Group Creative Directors: Morgan Kurchak, Fernando Hernandez | Copywriter: Jessica Mori | Art Director: Laure Stromboni | Designers: Ross Butcher, Trevor Bell | Agency Producers: Anne Peck, Milena Malovic | Account Team: Natasha Dagenais, Danielle Iozzo, Spring Morris, Andrea Smith | Planner: Tahir Ahmad | Illustrator: Image Dynamics | Developer: David Freedman | Director, Creative Technology: Felix Wardene | Digital Project Manager: Thomas Degez | Media Agency: Jungle Media


Bronze

Company: Adidas Canada
Campaign: Adidas RunMore 10k
Agencies: Tribal Worldwide Toronto, DDB Canada and DDB PR
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Joshua Stein | Creative Director: Diego Bertagni | Associate Creative Director: Frank Macera | Design Director: Benjamin Playford | Designer: Tom Bourke | PR Consultant: Suzanne Mandarino | Production: Lorrie Zwer, Liana Rico | Account Management: Susan Charles, Monica Bialobrzeski

Direct Engagement

Business Products & Services

Bronze

Company: Microsoft Canada
Campaign: The Cloud Society
Agency: Intercept Group
Credits: Vice President, Intercept Group: Shaheen Yazdani | President, Intercept Group: Andrew Au | Art Director, Intercept Group: Joe Dunning | Azure Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft Manager: Adi Morun | Integrated Marketing & Communications Manager, Microsoft Canada: Ashmita Tailor | Director, Microsoft Canada: Zia Mansoor | Director, Microsoft Canada: Khalil Alfar

Consumer Products - Food & Beverage

Silver

Company: SAQ (Société des Alcools du Québec)
Campaign: SAQ Inspire
Agency: Cossette
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Antoine Bécotte | Creative Director: Barbara Jacques | Art Directors: Chantal Gobeil, Alexandre Jutras, Antonin Brault | Copywriters: Thimalay Sukhaseum, Karine Bouchard | Planners/Strategists: Sophie-Annick Vallée, Fabienne Callu | Account Lead: Marie-Claude Lachance | Marketing Director: Sandrine Bourlet | Marketing and Brand Manager: Ariane de Warren | Chief Creative Officer: Antoine Bécotte | Creative Director: Barbara Jacques | Art Directors: Chantal Gobeil, Alexandre Jutras, Antonin Brault |

Consumer Products - General

Gold

Company: Penningtons
Campaign: Yoga
Agency: lg2
Credits: Vice-President Marketing & Visual Presentation: Ginette Harnois | Creative Director: Fran çois Sauvé | Art Director, Copy Writer: Valérie Wells, Marie-Ève Leclerc Dion | Planner/Strategist: Anne-Marie Leclair | Account Leads: Martine Grégoire, Marie-Ève Despars | Social and Digital Strategy: Sabrina Côté | Producer: Julie Lorazo | Media Planner: OMD | Primary Client Manager/Director: Ginette Harnois | Creative Director: Fran çois Sauvé | Art Director: Valérie Wells


Silver

Company: Johnson and Johnson Canada
Campaign: Reactine #AllergiesBeLike
Agency: Tribal Worldwide Toronto, J3 Canada Media
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Joshua Stein | Creative Director: Diego Bertagni | Art Director: Jake Bundock | Copywriter: Simon Rogers | Producer: Liana Rico | Account Executive: Catherine Demmer | Account Director: Megan Van Vugt | Client Service Director: Jacqui Faclier


Bronze

Company: Adidas Canada
Campaign: Adidas RunMore 10k
Agencies: Tribal Worldwide Toronto, DDB Canada, DDB PR
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Joshua Stein | Creative Director: Diego Bertagni | Associate Creative Director: Frank Macera | Design Director: Benjamin Playford | Designer: Tom Bourke | Production: Lorrie Zwer, Liana Rico | Account Management: Susan Charles, Monica Bialobrzeski | Public Relations Managing Director: Martine Levy | Public Relations, Account Supervisor: Suzanne Mandarino | Public Relations, Community Cultivator: Tushar Bharadio

Consumer Services

Gold

Company: Spotify Canada
Campaign: Music For Your World
Agency: Anomaly
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Pete Breton | Art Director: Rich Brown | Copywriter: Matthew Donne | Group Account Director: Bryden McDonald | Strategist: Jon Daly | Head of Consumer Marketing: Jamie Herbert | Account Coordinator: Brittany Golding | Producer: Christine Stephens

Financial

Bronze

Company: Scotiabank
Campaign: Momentum Savings Account Acquisition Direct Mail and Email
Agency: TRACK
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Barb Williams | Senior Art Director: Adrian Bertumen | Senior Copywriter: Tim Bickert | Vice-President, Business Unit Director: Paul Tedesco | Account Director: Adam Fraser | Director, Direct Marketing: Larysa Rodrigues | Senior Manager, Direct Marketing: Fiona Tan | Manager, Direct Marketing: Rhea Leitao

NFP/Fundraising/Public Service

Gold

Company: SickKids Foundation
Campaign: Life Unpaused
Agency: Cossette Communications
Credits: Chief Creative Officers: Carlos Moreno, Peter Ignazi | Associate Creative Director: Jamie Cordwell | Art Director: Jessica Wong | Copywriter: Darrel Knight | Senior Interactive Designer: Gustavo Oregel | Account Services: Olivia Figliomeni, Hanh Vo, Steve Groh, Andrea Cook | Strategists: Kevin McHugh, Tara O'Doherty, Jason Chaney, Thomas Wilkins | Clients: Lori Davison, Kate Torrance


Silver

Company: Canadian Safe Schools Network
Campaign: Bully Ads
Agencies: BIMM, Touch&eacut;
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Roehl Sanchez | Creative Director/Copywriter: Rene Rouleau | Digital Planner: Allison MacLeod | Technical Director: Sukh Gill | Director of Product Innovation: Scott Keeling | Art Director: Andrew Yeung | Media: Touché! Media, AOL Canada | PR: Stephen Rouse


Bronze

Company: Salvation Army
Campaign: Time to End Poverty in Canada
Agency: Grey Canada
Credits: Executive Creative Directors: Joel Arbez, James Ansley | Art Director: Ryan McNeill | Writer: Sue Kohm | Strategist: Andrew Carty | Account Services: Kit Kostandoff, Darlene Remlinger | Agency Producer: Erica Metcalfe | Production and Post: Skin and Bones, Saints | Media Planner: Peggy Routes

Retail

Silver

Company: LCBO
Campaign: myLCBO
Agency: Conversion Marketing-Communication Inc.
Credits: Director, Customer Insights & Strategic Planning, LCBO: Pamela Lawson | Senior Manager, CRM & Gift Cards, Customer Insights CRM, LCBO: Sebastian Aruta | Senior Project Manager, Marketing, LCBO: Tricia Gadsden | Senior Planner, CRM, Customer Insights CRM, LCBO: Christopher Stathousis | Senior Planner, Marketing, LCBO: Harpreet Bhogal | President & CEO, Conversion: Jonathon Huth | Chief Technology Officer, Conversion: Carey Mende-Gibson | Vice-President, Strategy: David McLeod


Bronze

Company: Adidas Canada
Campaign: Adidas RunMore 10k
Agency: Tribal Worldwide Toronto, DDB Canada, DDB PR
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Joshua Stein | Creative Director: Diego Bertagni | Associate Creative Director: Frank Macera | Design Director: Benjamin Playford | Designer: Tom Bourke | Production: Lorrie Zwer, Liana Rico | Account Management: Susan Charles, Monica Bialobrzeski | Public Relations Managing Director: Martine Levy | Public Relations, Account Supervisor: Suzanne Mandarino | Public Relations, Community Cultivator: Tushar Bharadio

Experiential and Innovative Media

Automotive

Silver

Company: Chevrolet Canada
Campaign: Chevrolet Spark Launch
Agency: McCann Canada
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Darren Clarke | Creative Director: Josh Haupert | Copywriter: Jill Mack | Art Director: Justin Turco | Chief Strategy Officer: Mary Chambers | Strategist: Jenny Hwang | VP, Business Lead: Jason Grabinsky | Account Director: Jennifer Green

Business Products and Services

Silver

Company: McDonald's Canada
Campaign: The Secret Secret Menu Challenge
Agency: Cossette Communications
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Peter Ignazi | Chief Creative Officer: Carlos Moreno | Art Directors: Rebecca Dunnet, Natalie Mathers | Copywriter, BBDO: Simon Rogers | Designer: Eleni Alpous | Account Supervisor/Strategy: Nicole Bakker | Regional Marketing Supervisor: Kristie Forbes | Senior Marketing Manager: Chuck Coolen


Bronze

Company: ONEMETH
Campaign: ONEMETH Streetwear View
Agency: One Method (a division of Bensimon Byrne)
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Amin Todai | Creative Director: Steve Miller | Associate Creative Director: Max Sawka | Art Director: Matt Jumper | Copywriter: Dario Petruzzi | Project Manager: Natasha Gomes | Public Relations: Laura Serra | Public Relations: Stefania Yarhi

Consumer Products - Food & Beverage

Gold

Company: Wrigley Canada
Campaign: Skittles Holiday Pawn Shop
Agency: BBDO
Credits: Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Todd Mackie | Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Denise Rossetto | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Chris Booth | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Joey Pylypiw | Senior Copywriter: Matt Hubbard | Senior Art Director: Mike Schonberger | Account Director: Saloni Wadehra | Account Supervisor: Zack Kula


Silver

Company: Tim Hortons
Campaign: Aisle Store
Agency: J. Walter Thompson Canada
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Ryan Spelliscy | Vice-President, Creative Director: Matt Syberg-Olsen | Senior Art Director: Rita Dettore-Berton | Senior Copywriter: Sarah Loranger | Senior Broadcast Producer: Pam Portsmouth | Executive Vice-President, Managing Director: Darrell Hurst | Executive Vice-President, Tim Hortons Retail: Tammy Sadinsky | Director: Jordon Brady | Art Director: Tim Zimmerman | Account Director: Renee Ray | Account Supervisor: Tanya Grenville | Account Executive: Alex Sauder | Editor: Christina Humphries | VFX: Alter Ego | Music: Keen | Creative Specialist, Marketing Communications: Alyson Kerr


Bronze

Company: PepsiCo Foods Canada
Campaign: Doritos Ketchup Roses
Agency: BBDO
Credits: Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Denise Rossetto | Senior Vice-President, Executive Creative Director: Todd Mackie | Vice-President, Associate Creative Director: Derek Blais | Vice-President, Group Account Director: Stephanie Page | Account Executive: Karrie Kwong | Senior Director, Citizen Relations Canada: Katie Muir | Senior Director, Marketing, Global Brands, PepsiCo Foods Canada: Susan Irving | Marketing Manager, Young & Hungry, PepsiCo Foods Canada: Matt Webster

Consumer Products - General

Gold

Company: Kimberly-Clark
Campaign: No Baby Unhugged
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Ian MacKellar | Associate Creative Director/Art Director: Julie Markle | Associate Creative Director/Copywriter: Chris Dacyshyn | Account Management: Aviva Groll, Kennedy Crawford, Amy Brash | Producers: AnneMarie Martignago, Tessa Waisglass | Director: Lionel Coleman | Production Company: Wilfrid Park | Brand Team Lead/Client: Paul Scott


Bronze

Company: Leon's Furniture LTD
Campaign: Leon's Moving Day Coupons
Agency: TAXI
Credits: Marketing Manager: Lewis Leon | Senior Marketing Executive: Andrea Graham | Executive Creative Director: Jeff MacEachern | Executive Creative Director: Pascal De Decker | Art Director: Dan Cantelon | Copywriter: Marc Levesque | Copywriter: Thibaut Delelis | Marketing Translator (QC): Marc Jobin | Regional Director: David Leclerc | Auxiliary Area Supervisor: Charles Dupont | Executive Producer: Cynthia Heyd | Vice-President, Head of Strategy: Christine Maw | Print Production Manager: Laura Dubcovsky | Group Account Director: Natalie Calderon | Account Director: Rachel McGibbon | Account Manager: Rachel Riesel

Consumer Services

Bronze

Company: Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism
Campaign: Paint The Town Digital Colouring Contest
Agency: Target
Credits: Director of Marketing, NL Tourism: Andrea Peddle | Manager Advertising/Communications, NL Tourism: Carol Ann Carter | Advertising Officer, NL Tourism: Andrew Weir | Digital Lead, NL Tourism: Amy Fisher | Creative Director: Tom Murphy | Art Directors: Kevan Kalyan, Ryan Strickland, Terry Hudson | Copywriter: Dave Sullivan | Design/Digital Developers: Leslie Chard, Ryan Strickland, Terry Hudson

Financial

Gold

Company: TD Bank
Campaign: #TDThanksYou
Agencies: Diamond Integrated Marketing/ Leo Burnett
Credits: CCO: David Diamond | Creative Director: Mark Vandervoet | Executive Producer/Director of Production: Roma Ahi | Directors: Mark Graham, Adam Massey | Art Directors: Pearce Caclda, Darryl Graham | Diamond Creative: Sara Vinten, Kyle Nielsen, Jamie White, Jackie Musial | TD Bank: Wendy Arnott, Kavita Joshi | TD Bank: Noah Vardon, Michael Palambo


Silver

Company: BMO Financial Group
Campaign: NBATM
Agency: FCB Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Jon Flannery | Chief Creative Officer: Jeff Hilts | Chief Creative Officer: Nancy Crimi-Lamanna | Associate Creative Director: Jeremiah McNama | Associate Creative Director: Andrew MacPhee | Chief Strategy Officer: Shelley Brown | Group Account Director: Tracy Little | Account Director: Ravi Singh | Account Manager: Carmen Steger | Project Manager: Lindsay Hann | Senior Strategist: Anastasia Tubanos


Bronze

Company: TD Bank
Campaign: #GreenWhereYouLive
Agency: Diamond Integrated Marketing
Credits: SVP: Josh Diamond | Creative Director: Mark Vandervoet | Diamond Creative: Julie Bisson, Jackie Musial, Sara Vintern | Diamond Accounts: Ravi Sidhu, Carolyn Mallory, Alessio De Civita | Diamond Production: Roma Ahi, Mat Black, Mandy Leon | TD FEF: Mary Dejardins | Senior Managers, TD Bank: Hilary Woods, Joanne Bull | Managers, TD Bank: Darren Knowler, Lisa Branston | Account Director: Ravi Singh | Account Manager: Carmen Steger | Project Manager: Lindsay Hann | Senior Strategist: Anastasia Tubanos

NFP/Fundraising/Public Service

Gold

Company: SickKids Foundation
Campaign: Life Unpaused
Agency: Cossette Communications
Credits: Chief Creative Officers: Carlos Moreno, Peter Ignazi | Associate Creative Director: Jamie Cordwell | Art Director: Jessica Wong | Copywriter: Darrel Knight | Senior Interactive Designer: Gustavo Oregel | Account Services: Olivia Figliomeni, Hanh Vo, Steve Groh, Andrea Cook | Strategists: Kevin McHugh, Tara O'Doherty, Jason Chaney, Thomas Wilkins | Clients: Lori Davison, Kate Torrance


Silver

Company: Canadian Safe Schools Network
Campaign: Bully Ads
Agency: BIMM, Touch&eacte;
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Roehl Sanchez | Creative Director/Copywriter: Rene Rouleau | Digital Planner: Allison MacLeod | Technical Director: Sukh Gill | Director of Product Innovation: Scott Keeling | Art Director: Andrew Yeung | Media: Touché! Media, AOL Canada | PR: Stephen Rouse


Bronze

Company: Raising the Roof
Campaign: Coming Soon
Agency: Leo Burnett, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Judy John | Creative Director: Lisa Greenberg | Group Creative Directors: Anthony Chelvanathan, Steve Persico | Art Director: Anthony Chelvanathan | Copywriter: Steve Persico | Executive Producer: Franca Piacente | Director: Angie Bird | Account Team: Natasha Deganais, Kayla Osmond | Production Company: Skin and Bones | Director of Photography: Anthony Deluca, Michael Chiang | Producer: Tony Phibbs, Jeff Schwartz | Editing House: Rooster Post-Production | Editor/Assistant Editor: Chris Parkins, Craig Jay | Producer: Yumi Suyama | Post Production House: Fort York | Music House: The Eggplant

Retail

Bronze

Company: Walmart Canada
Campaign: Walmart Toy Testers
Agency: Traffik
Credits: CEO & Founder, Traffik: Mark Ferrier | General Manager, Vice-President of Planning, Traffik: Adrianne Wotherspoon | Director, Brand Engagement, Traffik: Melissa Chee-Aloy | Director of Account Services, Traffik: Lindsay Ternoway | Account Supervisor, Traffik: Mili Jain | Director, Integration, Event Producer, Traffik: Marija Kiric | Account Manager, Traffik: Stephanie English | Associate Creative Director: Jake Bogoch


Promotion/Shopper Marketing

Business Products & Services

Gold

Company: ONEMETH
Campaign: ONEMETH Streetwear View
Agency: One Method (a division of Bensimon Byrne)
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Amin Todai | Creative Director: Steve Miller | Associate Creative Director: Max Sawka | Art Director: Matt Jumper | Copywriter: Dario Petruzzi | Project Manager: Natasha Gomes | Public Relations: Laura Serra | Public Relations: Stefania Yarhi

Consumer Products - Food & Beverage

Gold

Company: Tim Hortons
Campaign: Aisle Store
Agency: J. Walter Thompson Canada
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Ryan Spelliscy | Vice-President, Creative Director: Matt Syberg-Olsen | Senior Art Director: Rita Dettore-Berton | Senior Copywriter: Sarah Loranger | Senior Broadcast Producer: Pam Portsmouth | Executive Vice-President, Managing Director: Darrell Hurst | Executive Vice-President, Tim Hortons Retail: Tammy Sadinsky | Director: Jordon Brady | Art Director: Tim Zimmerman | Account Director: Renee Ray | Account Supervisor: Tanya Grenville | Account Executive: Alex Sauder | Editor: Christina Humphries | VFX: Alter Ego | Music: Keen | Creative Specialist, Marketing Communication: Alyson Kerr


Silver

Company: Coca-Cola
Campaign: Play a Coke
Agency: The Hive
Credits: Creative Director, The Hive: Brad Van Shaik | Account Director, The Hive: Candice Lennox | Partner, Managing Director, The Hive: Trent Fulton | Partner, Chief Creative Officer, The Hive: Simon Creet | Director of Marketing, The Coca-Cola Company: Diego Moratorio | Strategic Marketing Manager, The Coca-Cola Company: Beth MacGibbon | Senior Producer, The Hive: Sumit Ajwani | App Development Partner: Jam 3


Bronze

Company: McDonald's
Campaign: Max in Boston
Agency: Cossette Communications
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Antoine Bécotte | Creative Directors: Vicky Morin, Chris Bergeron | Art Director: Dominique Audet | Copywriter: Marc-André Vigneault | Account Lead: Andrée Losier | Account Manager: Catherine Richard | Senior Marketing Director, McDonald's: Carl Pichette | Regional Marketing Specialist, McDonald's: Marie-Claude Filion

Consumer Products - General

Gold

Company: Tim Hortons
Campaign: Sid & Nate
Agency: J. Walter Thompson Canada
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Brent Choi | Chief Creative Officer: Ryan Spelliscy | Vice-President, Creative Director: Matt Syberg-Olsen | Copywriter: Kyla Galloway | Art Director: Troy Geoghegan | Senior Broadcast Producer: Pam Portsmouth | Senior Director, Marketing: Rob Forbes | Executive Vice-President, Managing Director: Darrell Hurst | Account Director: Renee Ray | Account Executive: Alex Sauder | Director: Jordan Brady | Editor: Geoff Ashenhurst | VFX: Alter Ego | Music: Pirate | Senior Manager, Marketing: Karen Paradine


Silver

Company: Adidas Canada
Campaign: Adidas RunMore 10k
Agency: Tribal Worldwide Toronto, DDB Canada, DDB PR
Credits: Executive Creative Director: Joshua Stein | Creative Director: Diego Bertagni | Associate Creative Director: Frank Macera | Design Director: Benjamin Playford | Designer: Tom Bourke | Production: Lorrie Zwer, Liana Rico | Account Management: Susan Charles, Monica Bialobrzeski | Public Relations Managing Director: Martine Levy | Public Relations, Account Supervisor: Suzanne Mandarino | Public Relations, Community Cultivator: Tushar Bharadio


Bronze

Company: Xbox Canada
Campaign: Gamerscore Mega Deal
Agency: Wunderman
Credits: Creative Director: Dave Stevenson | Sr. Marcom Manager, Xbox Canada: Christina Verdurmen | Associate Creative Director: Matt Sharpe | Art Director: Sunny Cheng | Art Director: Lauren Austin | Copywriter: Shaun Hanif | Account Director: Andrew Potts | Account Coordinator: Malcolm D'Souza | Sr. Project Manager: Ken St. Germain

Consumer Services

Bronze

Company: Air Miles and Live Nation
Campaign: Air Miles Stage Pass Program
Agency: T1 (T One)
Credits: Associate Vice President, Brand Engagement, Air Miles: Raymond Ludwin | Associate Director, Brand Activation, Air Miles: Anna Medeiros | Art Director, Square Knot: Adam Martin | Manager, Events and Experiential Rewards, Air Miles: Catherine Donegan | Senior Director, Music Partnership, Live Nation: Melissa Bubb-Clarke | Director, Music Partnerships, Live Nation: Brenden Mallette | Manager, Music Partnerships, Live Nation: Phil Bouffard | Account Executive, Music Partnerships, Live Nation: Heather Hyde

Financial

NFP/Fundraising/Public Service

Bronze

Company: INTERAC Association
Campaign: INTERAC Be in the Black "Instant Gratification Program"
Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Zak Mroueh | Executive Creative Directors: Allan Oke, Ron Smrczek | Creative Directors: Jon Webber, Ari Elkouby | Art Directors: N. Fenn, F. Martinez, J. Mageau, C. Denomme, A. Romanelli, M. Kanning | Writers: A. Caie, J. Pacey, J. Taylor, S. Angus, E. Wallis, J. Felker, J. Brens | Strategic Planners: Emma Brooks, Elbrahim El Kalza | Account Team: R. Freightner, L. Robinson, W. Hsiao, A. Goodgall, M. Thomas, K. Babin | Clients: Jen Lee, Hizola Toovi

Retail

Gold

Company: Walmart Canada
Campaign: Pooch Truck
Agency: J. Walter Thompson Canada
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Brent Choi | Executive Creative Director: Ryan Spelliscy | Creative Director: Jed Churcher | Art Director: Anton Mwewa | Copywriter: Alec Carluen | Account Director: Alice Wan | Account Executive: Cherie Tsang | Producer: Elana Olavesen

Silver

Company: IKEA
Campaign: Explore the Great Indoors
Agency: Leo Burnett, Toronto
Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Judy John | Group Creative Directors: Morgan Kurchak, Fernando Hernandez | Copywriter: Jessica Mori | Art Director: Laure Stromboni | Designers: Ross Butcher, Trevor Bell | Agency Producers: Anne Peck, Milena Malovic | Account Team: Natasha Dagenais, Danielle Iozzo, Spring Morris, Andrea Smith | Planner: Tahir Ahmad | Illustrator: Image Dynamics | Developer: David Freedman | Director, Creative Technology: Felix Wardene | Digital Project Manager: Thomas Degez | Media Agency: Jungle Media

Bronze

Company: IKEA
Campaign: IKEA Pop-Up Experience
Agency: SDImktg
Credits: Country Marketing Manager, IKEA Canada: Lauren MacDonald | Media Manager, IKEA Canada: Jonelle Ricketts | Marketing Co-Worker, External Communications, IKEA Canada: Carlo Franco | Strategy & Ideation - "It Starts With The Food" Campaign, Leo Burnett | Media Buy: Jungle Media | Creative Director, SDImktg: Luke Kinmond | Client Services Director, SDImktg: Natalie Brown | Client Services Manager, SDImktg: Katie Alderdice | Associate Creative Director, SDImktg: Rory Millar | Technical Creative Director, SDImktg: Yuriy Shevyryov

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