Monday Stir

By Kyle O'Brien 

-Inflation is on the rise globally and Canada is no exception. Canadian chain Pizza Pizza wants to at least ensure that Canadians could remain sure of one thing—that hot and fresh pizza would remain accessible and affordable. In its first integrated program developed by agency partner Zulu Alpha Kilo, Pizza Pizza has launched the first Fixed-Rate Pizza. The unique campaign offers Canadians the opportunity to lock in an XL four-topping pizza at $16.99 for up to 12 months, with no price increases.

-Lyft’s social media team has found that low-fi, creator-centric content is what makes the cut on TikTok.


-Havas Paris has announced the outcome of its internal #MeToo investigation, which led to the departure of its creative director Christophe Coffre.

-Adweek has released its Commerce Awards, which honor the most memorable executions. Executives from winning companies will be on hand at our Commerce Week event July 26 to 28 in New York.

-National Geographic is bringing the mysterious statues of Stonehenge to Instagrammers’ phones with an augmented reality experience, Stonehendge AR.

-If you can’t hear a metal band performing underwater then what chance would you have of hearing a child crying for help? That’s the question asked by a new campaign on children drowning.

-To help combat the issue of a lack of access to clean drinking water for marginalized communities, footwear brand Sperry is empowering people of color to reclaim their water.

-Former Campaign U.S. editor Lindsay Stein has left Havas New York to join Tombras in the newly created role of chief purpose officer.