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The New York Times • 9 May, 2017

A Trump Dividend for Canada? Maybe in Its A.I. Industry

Amir Moravej, an Iranian computer engineer in Montreal, quietly worked last year on building software to help people navigate the Canadian immigration system. He saw it as a way for others to avoid the same immigration travails he suffered a few years earlier.

Then came the American presidential election. “Trump accelerated everything,” said Mr. Moravej, 33, the chief executive of a software start-up named Botler AI. • 30 March, 2017

Bonding with Bondil: Montreal MFA’s Head on Succeeding as a (Female) Museum Director

"In the end, I’d say that I’d hope I had been chosen for what I had between my two ears and not because of what I don’t have between my two legs," Nathalie Bondil, director of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, said in a wide-ranging conversation with me in New York last Thursday, the day after the Association of Art Museum Directors released its report on The Gender Gap in Art Museum Directorships.

Adweek • 24 March, 2017

Sid Lee’s Art Exhibit Illustrates the Heartbreaking Plight of Refugees and the Importance of Civil Liberties

In her powerful Golden Globes speech railing against inequality, Meryl Streep said, “Take your broken heart, make it into art.” That’s a quote from the late Carrie Fisher. It’s also the inspiration for “Refuge,” Sid Lee Collective’s new art exhibit that opens Saturday in New York’s SoHo neighborhood.

Strategy • 15 March, 2017

Cascades goes for shelf appeal with big-eyed bunnies

Cascades has switched up its product offering, hoping to better compete with leading brands while still maintaining its eco-friendly positioning.

Le Journal de Montréal • 14 March, 2017

Cascades looking to compete with big American corporations

The Quebec flagship company Cascades wants to tackle the market held by two American giants by launching a new range of eco-friendly paper towels and toilet paper.

TVA Nouvelles • 14 March, 2017

Cascades ready to tackle the American market

Cascades is going head to head with Procter and Gamble and Kimberly-Clark, the two American giants of toilet paper and paper towels. The Quebec flagship company says its products are more efficient while remaining ecological.

TVA Nouvelles • 13 March, 2017

EXCLUSIVE | New range of products for Cascades

TVA Nouvelles has learned that Cascades wants to revolutionize the toilet paper and paper towel industry.

Canadian Grocer • 10 March, 2017

Metro’s app update makes reward redemption easier

Members of Metro’s Metro & Moi loyalty program in Quebec can now redeem their accumulated points using their My Metro mobile app. • 3 March, 2017

Great news for Metro clients!

Members of the “metro & moi” loyalty program can now redeem their rewards via their smartphones. This option is now available to metro & moi members who use the mobile application “Mon Metro”, which has been very popular with Quebec consumers since its launch three years ago.

Strategy • 24 February, 2017

Helen Pak joins Grey Canada

Grey Group Canada has hired Helen Pak, naming her chief creative officer. As CCO, Pak will lead creative across the group’s Canadian agencies, which include Grey offices in Toronto and Vancouver, as well as Tank in Montreal, which was acquired by Grey Group in December. Pak’s first day is March 20.