Cadillac Fairview’s (CF’s) shopping centres across Canada have been marking the arrival of spring with a series of dynamic displays, artful decor and interactive installations, featuring seasonal floral themes.
The Montreal-based CSL Group recently commissioned four local street artists to paint a 196.2-m2 (2,112-sf) mural on the forward façade of the accommodations block of its Trillium-class bulk carrier, CSL St-Laurent.
Sport Chek, a Canadian retailer known for its extensive use of in-store digital signage, opened its first women’s-only location earlier this month at Cadillac Fairview’s (CF’s) Chinook Centre in Calgary.
Canada’s Cineplex Digital Media (CDM) has been honoured with three awards for some of its digital signage projects from 2016, courtesy of the Summit International Awards (SIA) for marketing communications.
Responding to community requests, petrochemical company Valero has decorated two oil reservoir tanks at its refinery in Lévis, Que., with huge graphic wraps, depicting a south shore view of Quebec City.
The winners of the 2017 Digi Awards were recently announced, including two representatives of the Canadian digital signage industry. The annual awards recognize resellers, integrators and service providers.
The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) has wrapped and installed Canada’s first mountaintop ‘ski-thru’ automated teller machine (ATM) at Whistler Blackcomb, as part of a new five-year partnership with the resort in Whistler, B.C.
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) recently transformed its Bathurst subway station overnight with the installation of temporary, hand-painted signage commemorating Honest Ed’s, an iconic local discount retail outlet that is set to close by the end of this year.
Kornit Digital’s 1.8-m (5.9-ft) wide Allegro digital roll-to-roll (RTR) textile printing system played a role in a recent episode of Project Runway, a popular TV series where fashion designers compete to produce apparel with limited time and resources.
A digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising campaign for last month’s release of the movie Snowden turned a downtown Toronto billboard into a surveillance screen, live-streaming footage of pedestrians crossing Yonge-Dundas Square.