When I Grow Up I Wanna Work in Advertising
children are watching you.
IF YOU DON’T LIKE WHAT YOU SEE ON CANADIAN T.V. ……………call these guys up and TELL THEM!!!!
A few Good Creative Men
The ACA is Canada’s only industry association exclusively dedicated to client-marketers. Our goal is to help our members maximize the full value of their investments in all forms of marketing communications. We do this by providing members-only products and services tailored to the unique needs of marketers, including:
- confidential and complimentary consultations on a wide range of MarCom topics
- professional development courses, forums and webinars geared to enhancing MarCom management knowledge and expertise
- ‘best practices’ publications and proprietary MarCom research that sets industry standards
- Information-sharing and networking opportunities with peers through committees and events
The ACA is also committed to providing effective and vigorous advocacy that advances the best interests of marketers. We strive to safeguard the right to commercial free speech, while demanding an advertising marketplace that is accountable for the value provided to the marketer. In addition, the ACA represents the views and concerns of our members before government and industry bodies, and negotiates with talent unions on behalf of marketers.
ANNABELLA PIUGATTUK ~NATIVE CANADIAN ACTRESS AND ACTIVIST
Born in Igloolik, Annabella Piugattuk lived her first 19 years with her parents, four brothers and younger sister the traditional Inuit way. Isolated from the rest of the world, they spent many months each year in darkness, patiently hunting for seals and waiting for Qaggiq, the festival marking the return of the sun. When the sun’s rays finally appeared they joined their community in drumming, feasting and celebrating the return of the light. Annabella shone a bright light of her own when she starred as Kanaalaq, in the feature film “The Snow Walker.” Discovered in her home town just a few hundred kilometers south of the North Pole, Annabella captured the imagination of Oscar-winning producer Bill Vance. Today, she is an accomplished performer, known across North America, but Annabella’s heart remains firmly rooted in the north and the proud traditions of her ancestors.
NATIVE CANADIAN ACTRESS AND ACTIVIST
Be My Friend from film – The Snow Walker
WE NEED TO BRING THIS FILM AND THIS WOMAN TO MONTREAL.
CINEMA DU PARC
The North Face Commercial
north face commercial!
Canada Goose Jacket Commercial (Good)
This is not the Canadian way….btw;(
MONTREAL ………………………………………MAKE SOME NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZEEE!!!!
|The Kanuk History|
|More than thirty-five years ago, a few outdoor enthusiasts
created Kanuk, a small Quebec company.SINCE 1974
Thrirty-five years ago, the only way to get outdoor equipment suitable
for our climate was to make it yourself. That’s when we designed our first
Kanuk anorak with zippers under the arms for ventilation, and our first
parka made of hand-made insulated fibres to fight humidity.COMMITTED TO HAND-MADE FIBRES
Kanuk’s use of certain materials and hand-made fibres that do not
absorb humidity greatly contributed to improving the garment comfort.
At the time, the best insulator, down, would lose all of its insulation
properties in humid conditions and would dry very slowly.
In addition to using new materials, Kanuk developed a unique technique to increase its coats’
insulation. To shut the cold out entirely, no stitching is allowed to penetrate the thickness of the
coat. This technique, the cornerstone of Kanuk’s production, has been refined over the years
and is still the secret of our coat’s warmth. Made for adventurers and winter campers, people in
Quebec now wear their Kanuk’s everywhere. Kanuk coats are so comfortable that those in the
know wear them for all sorts of activities: skiing, hiking, walking or even heading to the office!WEAR YOUR KANUK IN TOWN!
Cameramen and movie technicians were the first to wear their Kanuk’s in town. They had to work
outside under harsh conditions and were quick to appreciate the value of a Kanuk! They talked
|A photo from the Kanuk
Archives. In the good old
days, Kanuk’s customers
were outdoor enthusiasts
such as rugged woodsmen
(and women). Their choice
of colours ranged from
royal blue to… royal blue!
|about the comfort of their coats to their friends, and through word of mouth, Kanuk has became
the small, successful company it is today.People in Quebec who face winter daily are now looking for comfort. Ten years ago, only the
eccentrics would wear heavy parkas. Now big, warm, comfortable coats are extremely popular.
Today, Kanuk offers more than
Helly Hansen is the choice of professionals… and we’re glad.
The professionals we work with are continually exposed to the harshest elements, making them the ultimate product testers. They give us the kind of feedback that would never show up in lab test results (though we do those too!).
Whether it’s Mt Blanc, the Cascades, the Southern Ocean, the North Pole, the North Sea, the Rockies or the mountains and fjords of Norway, they’ve chosen to work with us because our gear enables them to get their job done… and look good doing it.
i hate the cold ……and YES I was born in CANADA!!!!
But if you have the right gear ……the SNOW and all the activities you can have in the SNOW can be a lot of F-U-N!!!
LAND’S END COMMERCIAL Julie Mullen
STYLED FOR PEOPLE WHO EAT………..Haaaaaaa! HA! HA!
They have winter coats too at LANDS END!!!
ASC Truth in Advertising
Canadians are sick……….ha! ha! …………it’s the 6 months of Winter:(((
Advertiser vs Consumer
Truth in Advertising