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To brighten up your visit with us and enhance your water-cooler repertoire, we gave ourselves the mission to pen articles that would tackle relevant and compelling topics. This is where we cover media at large, not merely indoor. Taylor Swift might even make an appearance (or not). Come back often, there’ll be new stuff.

Here are two fine dining venues in Toronto with very different ambiances to make the most of your summer nights.

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Fineau launched an indoor advertisement campaign for its new brand of cucumber and herbs flavored mineral sparkling water. The goal was to build brand recognition, image and notoriety amongst 18-49 olds living in Quebec, and to generate sales.

Fineau invested its entire media budget in Newad’s advertising network.

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You want to reach socially active managers, owners, professionals and executives with serious buying power?

Learn more about the possibilities of our Business network in this video.

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While the digitalisation of advertising services is fully underway at Newad, recent publications have come to confirm the relevance of digital advertising (specifically Digital-Out-of-Home or DOOH), as a strategic media choice.

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The new partners in Quebec City bring market cuisine inspired by ancestral techniques.

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New Montreal partners offer experiences that are out of the ordinary!

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Our newest partners in Edmonton are all about major style throwbacks.

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We know students.
We have been around them for over 21 years, thanks to our Campus network.

Not only is our Campus Network the largest in the country it is also the only one approved by COMB, the Canadian Out-of-Home Measurement Bureau.

 

Find out more in this video.

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VanCity is always welcoming but our newest partners are definitely class acts.

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Want to escape, need some rest, curious about other cultures..? These are all great reasons to go on a holiday; just ask the Young & Affluent (Y&A)! Indeed, a large proportion of them have travelled abroad in the past year (67% vs. 41% for total adults 18-49).

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