Sign Association of Canada

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Sign Association of Canada

 •  January 18

Postime Signs has been specializing in digital signage projects for over 25 years. During that time they have completed over 1,000 installations throughout Canada, the United States, Caribbean and even Africa. Their systems can be found at schools in the high Arctic, on US Aircraft Carriers, at hospitals and churches, and of course at hundreds of...

Sign Association of Canada

 •  December 27, 2017

For the past two years, City of Kelowna, BC, has been in the process of reviewing and rewriting its sign bylaw. They have just released the new draft sign bylaw, which is available here: Sign Bylaw DRAFT December 2017 In the words of the Kelowna planning department, the draft bylaw takes a strong stand on signage size, placing Kelowna firmly in...

Sign Association of Canada

 •  December 18, 2017

City of Sudbury has announced that it will be looking to update its sign bylaw. It has been 10 years since the bylaw was updated last and the sign technology and the application of signs has evolved since then. Our members will be glad to hear that the city recognizes that currently there is too much administrative red tape for businesses to get...

Sign Association of Canada

 •  December 18, 2017

The Future of Digital Inkjet Digital print continues to disrupt multiple industries. According to Smithers Pira’s latest report, in 2017, digital printing now accounts for 16.2% of the global print market value–and the transition is accelerating. The latest forecast showcases this industry is now entering its fastest growth period, between now and...

Sign Association of Canada

 •  December 18, 2017

The team at Curb Signs Inc. have evolved from a humble small sign maker to an award-winning custom sign business that clients rely on to make their custom projects come true. Within only a few short years, two brothers started in a basement apartment and worked tirelessly to grow a business based on client’s expectations and customer service. With...

Sign Association of Canada

 •  December 4, 2017

Job Requirements: Install and service interior and exterior signs illuminated and non- illuminated cabinets, letters and pylons, flex faces and awnings, interior office signs, and vinyl applications, etc. Work in fabrication shop when required. Able to handle heavy lifting, and working at heights, and comfortable working all year round outdoors....

Sign Association of Canada

 •  November 9, 2017

Sign company owners need to be up-to-date regarding the latest Working at Heights regulations. Regardless of the province in which they operate, all Canadian companies must provide workers who perform their duties at a height of 3 metres (10 feet) or more with Working at Heights / Fall Protection training. Proper Personal Protective Equipment...

Sign Association of Canada

 •  October 6, 2017

Established in 1967 Media Resources is an integrated sign services and manufacturing company providing Large Format Printing, Digital LED Displays, 3D Fabrication and 3D Printing, Sign Installation services to the sign and display industry. Media Resources has completed work in Canada, the United States, Central and South America. With Offices...

Sign Association of Canada

 •  October 2, 2017

Wide-format Graphics: Choosing the right adhesive films Many surfaces have different properties that will affect how a graphic film can adhere to it. The 3M Canada team will share their expertise in adhesive films to help you choose the right one for the job. If the right questions are asked from the outset, it will be much, much easier to bring a...

Sign Association of Canada

 •  September 13, 2017

The Sign Association of Canada is proud to announce our new Executive Committee members: new President Justin Boudreau of Mattatall Signs, new Past President François Lussier of Montreal Neon Signs, current Secretary Treasurer Fred Bennink of Zip Signs and newcomer Carl Weger of Sleek Signs in his new role of Vice President. Andrew Grougrou of 3M...