Astral Out-of-Home has introduced Canada’s largest single digital screen—measuring more than 7.9 m (26 ft) high and 57.3 (188 ft) long—atop the former Hard Rock Café in downtown Toronto, facing Yonge-Dundas Square.
Burt’s Bees Canada has created two outdoor public art installations to help raise awareness of the need to support the nation’s bee population, using hundreds of native perennial wildflowers to serve as habitats and encourage pollination.
Pattison Onestop, which sells and operates digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising, has added Winnipeg to its office network portfolio, starting with the installation of elevator screens at 360 Main, one of the city’s most prominent downtown office towers.
10net, a digital signage company based in North Vancouver, has provided dynamic menu boards for the Salish Orca, BC Ferries’ newest vessel, which began service in late May on the Comox-Powell River route.
To mark Canada’s 150th birthday, charitable education organization Vibe Arts and Toronto’s Scarborough Town Centre (STC) shopping mall have unveiled 60 murals hand-painted by 500 young people in every province and territory.
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has begun installing signs and maps indicating the renaming of Downsview subway station as Sheppard West. The change is being made to avoid confusion with the new Downsview Park station, set to open later this year.
Collisions Centre Network (CSN), a nationwide chain of automotive collision repair shops, has selected Charlottetown-based digital signage software developer ScreenScape Networks to support a new in-store media channel.
Rexall has opened a flagship drugstore in Toronto’s Brunswick House (fondly referred to as ‘the Brunny’), restoring and integrating the former hotel, bar and music venue’s signage and event posters into the new layout and design.