3M’s Infinite Wrap Options Contest

In 3M Canada’s new Infinite Wrap Options contest, signmakers can win tools, swag and electronics after buying the company’s print wrap film. There are hundreds of prizes to be won, including one grand prize of an HP Latex 365 printer, valued at $32,000.

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Graphic films keep the peace for Toronto photo exhibit

‘Toronto: Keeping the Peace,’ reportedly the largest outdoor photo exhibition of its kind, is using graphic films and tapes to present the work of more than 400 artists and pay tribute to people around the world who devote their time, energy and resources to the cause of peace.

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Signs of celebration installed across Canada

Over the past few months, the Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) has rolled out a series of 19 dimensional ‘Canada 150’ signs across the country, as part of this year’s sesquicentennial celebrations.

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Wide-format Graphics: Case study on UrbanArts

Toronto-based UrbanArts is a charitable organization that has worked with schools to get young people involved in, among other activities, creating murals as a way to contribute to community development.

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Digital Signage: Case study on the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR), which opened in Winnipeg in 2014, is not only the country’s first new national museum to be built since 1967, but also the only one anywhere in the world dedicated to exploring and celebrating the universal concept of human rights, from its history to its future.

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Canada’s busiest airports enhanced with LED displays

NanoLumens, which manufactures light-emitting diode (LED) arrays in a variety of sizes, shapes and curvatures, has installed 10 displays at Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, Toronto’s Pearson International Airport and Vancouver International Airport.

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