J. Goss + Associates

We help people tell their stories. Strategically. 


Strategic counsel.
Advertising and media buying
Media relations. Media monitoring.
Public opinion polls.
Art. Copy. Production.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M4Y 1V6
(toronto) 534-4008 blog at jgoss dot com

Get results with J. Goss + Associates

J. Goss + Associates is a Toronto-based creative group with connections across Canada. Associates includes writers, designers, video and graphic artists, pollsters, actors, musicians, photographers, lawyers and more! 

Jim Goss is a strategist who knows Canada's news media. Goss works with  unions, associations, safety campaigns and progressive businesses. 

He is well-versed in the Canadian transportation, telecommunications and media industries. Goss knows politics. 

Success stories begin and end with our clients!

Toronto Star, Globe and Mail, Sun, CP24, Global, CBC, SRC, 24 Hours ... 
The Toronto Clean Train Coalition got the message out at an Aug. 8 news conference.  Drop the diesel. J. Goss + Associates helped with media services and strategic counsel.

Union ads put management on the hot seat 
Quarter-page ads in the business sections of major Canadian newspapers got the attention of shareholders. The union liked the media buy, the net rates and the execution of the 2012 campaign.

National group fights government cuts
A low-budget campaign relying on social media tools helped a non-profit group build support for passenger railway service and raise money in June 2012.

Consumer protection group draws a crowd
J. Goss + Associates helped promote a Public Interest Advocacy Centre fundraiser featuring Melanie Aitken, Canada's Commissioner of Competition. The Nov. 2011 event sold out.

Canada's top amateur pilot gets more ink
The Webster Memorial Trophy Competition get more attention than ever.  Strategy and media relations are supplied  by J. Goss + Associates.

Radio ads help end lockout, Shop at Sears!
A reframe and brand attack with humour and music helped locked-out United Steelworkers win a collective agreement. The Nov. 2010 ads got results.