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Nordica "Tiny taste, 2" (2015) :15 (Canada)

Nordica "Tiny taste, 2" (2015) :15 (Canada)

Noridca is yummy. It only takes a tiny taste to prove it. I actually thought my allergy meds were acting up when I first saw this.

 

Nordica "Tiny Taste" (2015) :15 (Canada)

Nordica "Tiny Taste" (2015) :15 (Canada)

All it takes is one tiny taste. Awww, how cute.

 

New Balance gives everyone in Canada* a free pair of shoes.

*Canada, Kansas, that is. Clever stunt to introduce New Balance Woods Pack, a 574 pack exclusive to The Great White North. The spot is classic and charming as the print.

Commercials: 
 

Sylvania - Great White Lights - (2015) :60 (Canada)

Sylvania - Great White Lights - (2015) :60 (Canada)

The idea was a few years in the making.

 

New Balance "Not in Canada Anymore" (2015) 1:25 (Canada)

New Balance "Not in Canada Anymore" (2015) 1:25 (Canada)

To celebrate New Balance Woods Pack, a 574 pack exclusive to Canada, Havas gave a free pair to everyone in Canada, Kansas. The collective bemused look on the residents' faces is quite charming. Classic stunt for little budget.

 

Strategic Milk Alliance "kitchen" (2015) :30 (Canada)

Strategic Milk Alliance "kitchen" (2015) :30 (Canada)

Nice bit of VFX trickery as we follow a woman from a young age in the 1970 or early 80s till now.

 

Strategic Milk Alliance "Lunch" (2015) :15 (Canada)

Strategic Milk Alliance "Lunch" (2015) :15 (Canada)

Milk is always good, no matter what your age. Find out more at Milk Every Moment. I like the quiet simplicity of these spots. Also the color is fantastic.

 

Strategic Milk Alliance "Birthday" (2015) :15 (Canada)

Strategic Milk Alliance "Birthday" (2015) :15 (Canada)

Some things don't need to change. Like enjoying a glass of milk on your birthday. I like the "Milk every moment," tagline. It leads to a website as well.

 

HBC History Foundation "John Rae" (2015) 1:00 (Canada)

HBC History Foundation "John Rae" (2015) 1:00 (Canada)

The Hudon Bay Company's History Foundation presents some Canadian history, in this case, that of doctor and explorer John Rae, a Canadian badass if ever there was one, who explored deep in winter and found the mssing link to the northwest passage.

 

Mount Pleasant Group - Quitbit - (2015) 1:44 (Canada)

Mount Pleasant Group - Quitbit - (2015) 1:44 (Canada)

Hands up, who has one of those wearable wristband gizmos that counts the number of steps you take? Or lets you track the length of your run and plot it on a map via GPS? (Why you’d care to do this is beyond me).

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