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Sobeys Traceable Seafood All on the Line (2012)

100 years ago, Canadians knew exactly where their food came from. That's because they bought it straight from the fishermen. Ah, fishermen, my heroes, I get seasick just looking at that fishing boat, but I'll eat anything you catch mate.

Sobeys invites you to learn exactly where your fish comes from. Learn about your fisherman.

"There’s more to these fishermen than hip waders and Sou’Westers. What you don’t know about them will surprise you.

Our commitment to top-quality seafood begins with the very people who reel it in every day. We’re proud to introduce the crew of one of our seafaring seafood suppliers in our new video “All on the Line,” filmed off the coast of West Pubnico, Nova Scotia.

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Wiser's Spiced "Singers" - (2012) :30 (Canada)

wood carver and Chess, it's a lit

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Wiser's Spiced "Wood Carver" - (2012) :30 (Canada)

Like the spot Chess for Wiser's, this advert is a little bit of subtle and a dash of whoah.

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Wiser's Spiced "Chess" - (2012) :30 (Canada)

john st.'s latest spots for Wiser's Whisky have a little bit of oompf and a dash of ta-dah.

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Mitsubishi Lancer - It Must be the Mitsubishi - (2012) :60 (Canada) extended

This is the extended cut of the john st. 2013 Lancer Mitsubishi. This spot will air next Monday, and as we watch we'll see a man doing his stunt-driving-ist best at shaking off a tail in a speedy chase through the city. All is not what it seems, however.

“Whether you’re behind the wheel of a Lancer, RVR, or Outlander, when you get behind the wheel of a Mitsubishi, it changes you a little. Their cars are so well-built and their performance heritage is so strong, that you can’t help but feel more adventurous and more confident in one. ‘Must be the Mitsubishi’ sums up that feeling really well,” says Chris Hirsch, ACD and Sr. Writer at john st., Mitsubishi’s AOR.

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NHL 13 - Our Game - (2012) extended cut

New from creative agency Heat, directed by Supply & Demand Integrated's Josh Taft, and edited by Kim Bica, Arcade Edit.

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The Bessies - The After Party - (2012)

The incredibly awkward after party. The only place where "can I touch it?" isn't a come-on.

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Smythe - Chopping Wood & Gutting Fish with style

Canadian fashion brand Smythe is putting high fashion on the chopping block in its first-ever fashion films.

Created by Toronto agency Open, and production company Sons & Daughters, the two films draw inspiration from Smythe’s smart and clean approach to fashion and design. Amidst rustic surrounds, a model effortlessly chops wood and guts a fish while sporting creations from the line’s Fall 2012 collection.

See also wood gutting and fish styling #2

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Smythe - Chopping Wood & Gutting Fish with style film #2

Canadian fashion brand Smythe is putting high fashion on the chopping block in its first-ever fashion films.

Created by Toronto agency Open, and production company Sons & Daughters, the two films draw inspiration from Smythe’s smart and clean approach to fashion and design. Amidst rustic surrounds, a model effortlessly chops wood and guts a fish while sporting creations from the line’s Fall 2012 collection.

As a nod to Smythe’s roots and the designers themselves, the films feature two strong women doing typical rugged Canadian activities. In conceiving the spots, Open sought to express the transformative effect the designers’ impeccable tailoring can have on a wearer and a general point of view on life – “Make Anything Spectacular”.

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BIC - The Bictator / Condemned (2012) :30 (Canada) directors cut

CP+P (once Crispin Porter, later Crispin Porter and Bogusky, then CP+B with a PLUS sign just to annoy anyone who wants to use an old school boolean search where + = and, but I digress....) managed to offend a whole bunch of people in Canada with this ad. It aired everywhere except in Quebec, and soon was retracted while Bic Canada humbly apologized for the ad. In the ad were see a prison somewhere in Asia, presumably a country with a horrific human rights record like Burma or China. The prisoners await their judgment from an official who is armed only with a "condemned" stamp and a pen for pardoning.

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