As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, our Cause Loop* initiative once again turns to the Canadian Breast Cancer Network …
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The Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists(CAMRT), has recently been recognized with an “Associations Make a Better Canada” award for its Acart-created brand and public information campaign.
There are reasons to be afraid of what social media can do to your brand, but there are simple rules that can help you engage more professionally.
Check out and share our video promoting the Fill-A-Bus program that sends kids to “healthy food camp” at the Canada Agricultural Museum.
In honour of National Nursing week, Florence Nightingale’s birthday and in support of the Canadian Nursing Foundation, we had the pleasure to attend the First Annual Canadian Nurses Foundation (CNF) Nightingale Gala this past Tuesday (May 10, 2011).
For this installment, I sent five questions to Lisa Wade, Ph.D, and Gwen Sharp, Ph.D, authors and editors of Sociological Images. While not an ad industry blog, Sociological Images often examines campaigns in an academic context.
A look at Osocio’s Top 5 social marketing campaigns of 2010, and how their lessons can be applied to your N4P organization’s outreach.
Looking at some of our hoarding posters that have gone up around Canada, promoting Canada’s Economic Action Plan.
Acart’s latest campaign for HRSDC and Canada’s Economic Action Plan takes over YouTube’s Canadian home page.
Check out our latest campaign for HRSDC, in which we use special effects to persuade people to update their career skills.
Check out our brand new Social Issues Marketing campaign to change the national conversation about impaired driving. It’s a partnership with longtime clients Traffic Injury Research Foundation and Brewers Association of Canada, as well as Arrive Alive and The Student Life Education Company.
Our latest crowdsourcing contest, for St. Lawrence College. Check out the teaser video, view the entries, and vote for your favourites. And if you’re an SLC student – don’t forget to enter before Nov. 19!