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One Degree Monday April 10 2023

Cannes Lions picks 11 Canadians for 2023 juries

Joining Nancy Crimi-Lamanna, CCO at FCB Canada, who was previously announced as jury president for the Creative Commerce Lions in January, are nine agency leaders and one marketer who will evaluate and award work alongside other members of their juries from around the world. Members of the shortlist juries, who assist in narrowing down the volume of entries, will be announced in the near future.


Twitter slaps ‘government funded media’ labels on other major news outlets after NPR backlash

Twitter has slapped a number of news organizations that receive public funding with a “government funded media” label, after drawing sharp backlash last week for labeling NPR’s account with a “state-affiliated media” tag.


Record-high population growth: Canada added 1+ million people in 2022

Canada saw a new all-time population growth record in 2022, when it recorded an increase of 1,050,110 people living in the country. This is equivalent to the entire city populations of Edmonton or Ottawa.


New batch of classified US documents appears on social medi

A new batch of classified documents that appear to detail American national security secrets regarding Ukraine, the Middle East and China have surfaced on social media sites.


Low-cost Temu goes head-to-head with Amazon after advertising blitz

Rachael D’Amore hadn’t heard of the online shopping site, but after watching the video she found good reviews, affordable products and free shipping on most orders — what she called “a unicorn in Canada these days.”


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