The McKim Communications Group headquarters are located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. As an award-winning agency, it serves a host of non-profit organizations, small businesses and corporations in Manitoba and across the country.

Address 211 Bannatyne Avenue
5th Floor
Winnipeg, MB R3B 3P2
Phone 204.284.2221
Fax 204.475.2469


McKim Communications Group opened its Saskatchewan branch in 2010. This office meets the growing demand for innovative advertising, design and communications in Canada’s fastest growing province.

Address 1939 Scarth Street
Regina, SK S4P 2H1
Phone 306.564.1375

Assiniboine Park Zoo
Dinosaurs Alive! Campaign

McKim has been working with the Assiniboine Park Conservancy since 2014. To build public awareness for and create a sense of urgency to visit the interactive Dinosaurs Alive! exhibit at the zoo over summer 2016, a campaign was developed to position the attraction as a memorable and exciting spring and summer destination. Dinosaurs Alive! opened to record-breaking crowds at […]

Recycle Everywhere
Bringing Recycling Home

A series of litter audits have shown that since the agency began creating campaigns for the Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association’s Recycle Everywhere program, there have been substantial improvements in the number of empty beverage containers recycled in Manitoba. To further close the gap, a new campaign was developed called How Many Were Yours? to […]

Manitoba Hydro
Branding the Moment

For more than a decade, the agency has worked with Manitoba Hydro on multiple campaigns for the organization’s various business lines and special programs. Although Manitoba Hydro is a well-known and trusted brand, research indicated consumers don’t always connect the corporation to the benefits they receive every day — clean, reliable energy available at your […]

2017 Canada Summer Games
Brand and Launch Campaign

The Canada Summer Games are the country’s largest celebration of our athletes, sport, and culture. In July 2017, the games will be held in Winnipeg, where the event’s 50th year and Canada’s 150th birthday will coincide. Prior to the two-year kickoff launch event in July 2015, a brand idea was needed to help create and sustain awareness and […]

MOSAIC Company
Deep Roots

The Mosaic Company has deep roots in Saskatchewan and is a Canadian success story. The potash and phosphate supplier embraces innovation at home and is a key player in the global food supply chain. To build on awareness generated by a 2013 campaign, a fresh campaign was developed to demonstrate how the company has and will […]

of Manitoba

Giving the brand a fresh landscape

Our brand campaign for the University of Manitoba began with a truth. Research aled to the discovery that the university and its faculty, staff and students are defined by a pioneering spirit and bold resolve created by the invigorating prairie landscape in which we live. This grew into an idea: where you are shapes who […]

Recycle Everywhere – Give empty beverage containers a new life

In exploring concepts for the Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association, research revealed that Manitobans were more likely to recycle if they knew what their empty beverage containers could become. This seed grew into a campaign that encouraged Manitobans to give their empty beverage containers a new life. In a fully integrated campaign, bottles, juice boxes, […]

Travel Manitoba
Branding the Heart of the Nation

“We need an incredible, awe inspiring brand… that’s all.” With that simple statement from the client  our work with Travel Manitoba began. The brand for Travel Manitoba had to dig deep. It had to inspire international, national and local audiences, and express the true nature and spectacular beauty of Manitoba. Through research, exploration and collaboration, […]

Recycle Everywhere
Transformation Campaign

Television and PreRoll Recycle Everywhere is an initiative created by the Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association to increase the recycling of beverage containers in Manitoba. To demonstrate the benefits of recycling, a campaign was developed showing empty beverage containers being transformed into new and useful products. In wide-ranging media, Manitobans saw empty bottles, juice boxes, […]

City of Regina Celebrates Recycling

A multi-phase, multimedia campaign was developed to engage and educate Reginans about the benefits of a comprehensive, city-wide residential recycling program. TV spots, radio, info brochures, and print and digital ads developed awareness about the program, built public enthusiasm and launched the city’s blue-cart pick-up service. Billboards Print ads   Brochure   See the next […]

Feeding the World
Awareness Campaign

The Mosaic Company is the world’s largest supplier of phosphate and potash, and supports growers around the globe. With a booming mining sector in Saskatchewan, Mosaic required a provincial campaign that would carve out a distinct position in the hearts and minds of the public, instill pride with current employees, help attract top talent and […]

University of Manitoba
Digital and Experiential Recruitment Campaign

One of the benefits clients experience with McKim is the seamless integration of digital advertising into other elements of their campaigns. This student recruitment campaign, targeting Manitoba high school students and their parents, is a strong example of how this works. The campaign featured many experiential components carefully targeted to reach the right audience, including […]

Winnipeg Transit
Rapid Transit Campaign

McKim created a comprehensive multimedia and phased campaign to coincide with the opening of Winnipeg Transit’s Southwest Rapid Transit Corridor. The campaign had to both raise awareness of the updates and promote adoption of the new service to existing transit users and car commuters. Over the course of several months, the campaign familiarized current transit […]

Manitoba Hydro
Power Smart Campaign

Get the latest Flash Player to see this player. [Javascript required to view Flash movie, please turn it on and refresh this page] Manitoba Hydro’s Power Smart program encourages homeowners to adopt energy efficient habits and technologies. Using both traditional and innovative media, Manitobans were informed that small, easy improvements save energy and money. A […]

Manitoba Hydro
Know Your Hydro

  This campaign is almost ten years old, but the creative still feels fresh and on target. As a clean-energy leader in Canada, Manitoba Hydro has enjoyed a strong presence and recognition in-market for many years. To build stronger relationships with its customers and to help attract new employees, an innovative campaign told the inspiring […]

What we do


We get hired because clients are excited about what we can do for their brand. The brands we develop are strategically focused, creatively resonant, tactically precise, and help organizations transform their internal and external relationships.


Good advertising is that rare combination of art and science. It’s where ideas are used to sell while data and analytics are used to reach. With a focus on digital and emerging technologies and a solid foundation in traditional media, the McKim strategy, media and creative teams all work in partnership. The results we help our clients achieve speak for themselves.

public relations

Integrating public relations into an advertising agency environment brings a unique and powerful perspective to our work. Our strategic services communications component combines public relations, media relations and social media to help you share your important messages.


It’s one thing to understand how to reach a target audience with digital media, it’s quite another to provide an engaging experience that motivates a response. McKim combines strategic digital media analysis with creative approaches and content to seamlessly integrate every brand touch point.


Why hire an ad agency for graphic design? Good graphic design is at the core of all our work, and at McKim design is more than simply making things look good. Our work incorporates strategy and structure to create visuals that inspire and inform.