Finally there's a credit card that works as hard as you. Earn 4% back on purchases you choose for the first three months. After which it stops working as hard as you do. Like the casting on this one. Beautifully shot, too.
McDonald's Canada and their McCafe is proud sponsor of The Toronto International Film Festival. This pastiche of Silence of The Lambs --Silence of The Lattes-- is ridiculously fun. Although I think it was a missed opportunity.
More Cafe. More Film. This parody of Mean Girls entitled Bean Girls celebrates McDonald's partnership in Canada with the Toronto International Film Festival.
Bean Girls. Y'all are making me earn my keep today with these puns, man.
McDonald's McCafé is the official coffee sponsor of the Toronto International Film Festival or TIFF. To celebrate this they launched More Cafe. More Film. It's a whimsical take on iconic films like this parody of Casablanca starring-- coffee beans.
Very moving tribute to the great hockey players and the kids who have been inspired by them for Scotia Bank's sponsorship of the World Cup of Hockey. Love the match cutting between kids and professionals in photographs.
“Most people are aware that distracted driving is dangerous,” notes Angus Tucker, ECD at john st., the agency behind the campaign. “But the temptation to check our phones is so strong, especially when we hear a notification come through, it can outweigh the danger.”
When research showed that locals and their French brethren to the east don't have the province on their radar when it comes to travel because they're already familiar with it, the Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation (OTMPC) decided to present Ontario in a whole
Made up of all Instagram photos shot by Canadians, this spot is a love letter from Canada to America to showcase all the amazing locations and culture to be had in the Great White North. It makes sense appealing to Amerricans since we share a common border.