Category:Social Causes

Bensimon Byrne  //  11.29.22
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White Ribbon’s “I Knew All Along” addresses the anxieties of raising a daughter

70% of Canadians are anxious about raising daughters due to challenges for …

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Canadian Down Syndrome Society  //  11.02.22
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The Canadian Down Syndrome Society launches Inployable, the first employment resource for people with Down syndrome on LinkedIn

The Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS) launches …

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Brand Platform  //  11.02.22
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Simons Launches “All is Beauty” as a Catalyst for Change

Canadian fashion retailer Maison Simons, in partnership with Broken Heart Love Affair, urges people to …

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Food Insecurity  //  10.03.22
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With food insecurity and hunger at an all-time high, The Local Collective’s new “Starve the Hunger” campaign for Food Banks Canada puts the issue top-of-mind …

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White Ribbon releases Uncomposed, a piece of music designed to help men express emotion and challenge stereotypes of modern masculinities.

Majority of North American men …

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Awards  //  11.18.21
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Black & Abroad’s “Go Back To Africa” won a 2021 Global Grand Effie in the category of Positive Change: Social Good. Congratulations to everyone who …

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Brand Platform  //  08.18.21
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Kids confront the climate and food insecurity crisis ahead of them in MadeGood’s first campaign.

New brand platform for the snack brand created by Broken …

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COVID-19  //  06.14.21
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White Ribbon Canada’s “Day After Day” addresses rise of domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The PSA by Bensimon Byrne and Oscar-nominated director Hubert Davis …

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COVID-19  //  06.09.21
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Toronto’s neighbourhoods are at risk of changing forever. A new campaign urges Torontonians to support local businesses to keep neighbourhoods alive.

Toronto has had some …

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Canadian Down Syndrome Society  //  03.22.21
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Investigating how fitness could be one of the most powerful but overlooked tools to improve cognition for people with Down syndrome. The Canadian Down Syndrome Society, …

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