Category Archive for: News

Client News: It’s time for Hudson’s Bay to hit the trail

Strategy online profiles our client the Hudson’s Bay Grand Portage, connecting Canada through adventure one kilometre at a time.

HSBC Canada Sevens Part 1. Building An Unprecedented Bid For the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series

Rugby Canada was preparing to declare their intent to bid to host a tour stop of the illustrious HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, and they sought out TTG Canada & TORQUE Strategies to help.

#DHLDelivers At the HSBC Canada Sevens

This year at the HSBC Canada Sevens we took on the additional and exciting role of helping another client of ours, DHL, activate its official logistics partnership with the World Rugby Sevens Series.

TTG Canada Appoints New Director At TORQUE Strategies

TTG Canada and its subsidiary TORQUE Strategies announced today the appointment of veteran brand and marketing executive, Aubrey Lovery, as Director of Growth and Strategy, adding to a year of exceptional growth.

TTG CANADA AND TORQUE STRATEGIES GROW NATIONAL REACH WITH NEW CALGARY OFFICE

TTG Canada and its subsidiary TORQUE Strategies today announced it will be expanding operations beyond its current footprint in Toronto and Vancouver, opening the doors in Calgary, Alberta on April 3, 2017.

The Grand Portage: A Story and Adventure for Canada

TORQUE Strategies client HBC launches Grand Portage Fundraising Program in Celebration of Canada’s 150th.

2017 And Canada’s Place in the World

How brands can help build or nation’s identity through the sesquicentennial.

Celebrating Personal Bests, Not Just Olympic Medals

We’ve been conditioned to celebrate podiums and medals, but what about setting Canadian records and personal bests? TORQUE’s Managing Director Bart Given weighs in.

THE “FLAG SHOT”: EVERY ATHLETE AND SPONSOR’S DREAM

TORQUE Strategies Managing Director Bart Given weighs in on “the Flag Shot”, every athlete and sponsor’s dream

Who Runs the Rings? Girls.

This year many Canadian female Olympians have a stronger shot at gold than quite a few of their male counterparts competing in the same disciplines.

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