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Brees launches experiential fashion pop up truck

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AdNews – Hillcrest Mall names Brees Communications as AOR

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AdNews – Stewardship Ontario conducts battery recycling campaign

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Tactics Magazine: Eglinton Square Delivers Feel-Good Campaign

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AdNews: Brees Launches The Learning Project Contest Awareness Campaign For CST

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AdNews – Alzheimer Society begins Still Here Campaign

The Alzheimer Society of Canada has begun a national awareness campaign called “Still Here.” Developed by Brees Communications of Toronto, the effort is intended to counter negative attitudes about people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. The campaign, which is timed to coincide with the start of Alzheimer Awareness Month, includes national print…

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Brees #StillHere Campaign for Alzheimer’s Goes Viral

Our national awareness campaign for Alzheimer Society of Canada is aimed at changing the conversation around the stigma of dementia. Judging from the response on social media, it’s working. Download the Press Release Here

Brees Gives 2016

Brees held a holiday food drive in support of Covenant House, Canada’s largest youth shelter. Over 490 pounds of food were collected to help ensure Toronto’s street kids don’t go hungry in the coming months.

Brees wins Gold & Silver at Retail Awards

Brees was a big winner at the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) annual awards gala, held in Toronto on October 8, 2015. ICSC is the global trade and professional association for the shopping centre industry. Work done by Brees won the GOLD award in the Cause Related category for Eglinton Square’s charitable initiative The…

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Brees and e=mc2 are making big plans

Toronto event company e=mc2 has asked Brees Communications to help name and brand a very special family friendly charitable gala to be held in November. Stay tuned for more information.

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