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Office DOOH goes bilingual for Ottawa

Captivate, which operates a digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising network in North American office towers’ elevators and lobbies, has officially expanded in Ottawa with the addition of bilingual content on more than 40 screens.

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TDH installs Western Canada’s highest sign

TDH Experiential Fabricators of Surrey, B.C., recently installed logo signage for the city’s new Civic Hotel. At more than 160 m (525 ft) above the ground, the project is reportedly the highest mounted signage anywhere in Western Canada.

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TTC June Metropass features Pride mural

The Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC’s) customized June 2018 Metropass features an image of a Pride mural that celebrates the Church-Wellesley Village’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community.

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Digital signage donated to Mercy Ships

NEC Display Solutions recently donated more than 2,000 commercial-grade displays, including video walls and touch screens, to Mercy Ships, an international volunteer organization that offers free health care on hospital ships to people in the developing world.

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Climate change visual display comes to Ottawa

The National Geographic Society is bringing an outdoor exhibit, ‘Climate Change is Here,’ to the Plaza Bridge in downtown Ottawa’s Confederation Square. The large-scale visual display showcases photos from the society’s reports on the topic throughout the years.

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Walmart surprises customers with Mother’s Day sign

A Walmart supercentre in Toronto recently changed its main identification sign to read ‘MOMmart,’ both to celebrate Mother’s Day and to launch a fundraising campaign for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH).

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