Grey Canada shows off their API skillz with the Global Mood Clocks -- here in microsite format and soon to be available for your Apple device. The clocks pull the dominant colour from the latest local geo-tagged photos uploaded to Flickr, along with Google's local trending searches and Twitter's local trending keywords in real-time.
Covenant House shares the personal stories of its troubled youth in these compelling long-form ads around Toronto. Thought-provoking stories told through exceptional copy. (Sorry for the iPhone pic, you'll have to hunt these down yourselves, unless the creators can provide us some better media.)
DDB Canada takes us on an intense and kinetic ride in a Subaru WRX STI through the trees in Bancroft, Ontario. The use of annotations on YouTube isn't as smooth as one would like, but that's more of a YouTube deficiency than the work's.
But -- wait a minute DDB, no YouTube comments allowed? What is wrong with you? What is this, 1998? Welcome to the YouTube, friends. Now go fix it.
CP+B work continues to rise to the top because they can pull the trigger quickly.
Kraft scores, but the "client" in the ad has to open his throat and force down that gooey mess. Does that guy look like he's jonesing for some KD? Can't imagine "Dad" will have this problem ever again with this client. Way to impress, Mom.