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NOW Wins 12 Awards at the International Summit Creative Awards

It’s an honour to be nominated. And it’s a thrill to win! We’re excited to announce that The NOW Group has won 12 awards at the 2021 Summit Creative Awards, featuring over 3,800 entries from 20 countries.

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Big Win for BC Hospital Workers Means Better Wages and Stronger Public Health Care

Great campaigns matter. They change minds. Get attention. And compel action. But the best part? Campaigns can change people’s lives for the better.

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What Does Pride Mean to You?

Pride can mean many things to many people. It can be a time to enjoy oneself and be in community with others. A time to acknowledge the progress made on issues affecting the LGBTQ+ community and to remember how much more needs to be done to make everyone feel welcomed and safe. For some, it...

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Build Support for Climate Action With These 3 Essential Tools of Strategic Comms

Talk won’t solve the climate emergency. We need action. But smart strategic communications are essential to building public support for the fight against the climate crisis – and for the urgent solutions we need.

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Two of Manitoba’s Largest Unions Partner on New Campaign to Support Workers and Help Vulnerable Manitobans

For workers helping vulnerable Manitobans, it’s not just a job. It’s personal. It’s connection. And it makes all the difference in people’s lives.

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NOW Clients Win 3 Top International Awards for Public Advocacy

The NOW team is pretty excited that our clients’ campaigns have been awarded three top honours at the 2021 Pollie Awards, recognizing the best work in public advocacy and issue advertising from the US, Canada, and beyond. (Esquire magazine has dubbed the Pollies “the Oscars of political advertising.”)

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BC Teachers’ New Campaign Shows How Parents and Teachers Are Working Together

What a year it’s been for students, parents, and teachers. Adapting to new ways of learning. Finding new ways to connect. Juggling the demands of working from home and helping kids keep up. It’s been full of worry, stress, and constant change. But through it all, teachers have been there for students. And if there’s...

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HSAA’s Powerful Message Reminds Albertans that Health Matters

Sometimes it takes a crisis to see what matters most. And what matters most is our health – and the health of those we love. That’s the insight behind What Matters, our latest collaboration with the Health Sciences Association of Alberta, which represents nearly 30,000 health care professionals across the province. ‘Health matters’ is a powerful...