Medical Pharmacies Group, which operates in more than 40 locations in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, has selected Charlottetown-based software developer ScreenScape Networks to replace its legacy digital signage system.
Many signmakers would agree an ideal project involves a careful balance of creativity, freedom and focus. Too much of any one of those components can easily cause a project to run over schedule and over budget.
Commercial property manager Cadillac Fairview (CF) and out-of-home (OOH) advertising firm Branded Cities have rolled out new digital signage assets at two shopping malls, Ottawa’s Rideau Centre and Calgary’s Chinook Centre.
Calgary-based artist Robert Ryan is using Drytac’s Protac overlaminate film and double-sided mounting adhesive to help increase the vividness of colours, stability and longevity of his photographic reproductions and other gallery pieces.
Astral’s ninth annual Carte Blanche digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising competition is now open to submissions for Western Canada (Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary), Toronto and Quebec. The deadline for entries is Apr. 16, 2018.
Axyz International, which manufactures computer numerical control (CNC) routers in Burlington, Ont., has announced a series of two-day expos, which will be held at its sales and demo facilities across North America.
The Banff Sign Co., which was co-founded in 1986 by Larry Whan, recently changed ownership. As the only sign shop within Alberta’s Banff or Jasper National Parks, the company continues to keep busy serving a very specific niche.
Digital billboard manufacturer Daktronics recently provided four light-emitting diode (LED) displays for three Cadillac Fairview (CF) shopping malls across Canada, including Calgary’s Chinook Centre and Toronto’s Sherway Gardens and Eaton Centre.
Toronto-based environmental graphic design (EGD) firm Entro has developed suitably thematic wayfinding graphics for the underground parkade at Edmonton’s Enbridge Centre, with a gallery of classic and contemporary vehicles.
Canadian artist Douglas Coupland’s ‘Northern Lights,’ a 14,865-m2 (160,000-sf) light-emitting diode (LED) installation on the new Telus Sky Tower, will become Calgary’s biggest public art piece when it debuts in 2019.