A ton of intricate design work, detailed planning, and frequent correspondence went into the design, fabrication, and installation of the monster-sized DSV sign by Gregory Signs & Engraving Ltd., in Vaughan, Ont., which is celebrating its 40th year in business in 2021.
The healthcare sector has seen great progress in the digital space recently with the advancement of digital donor recognition walls. Simply put, digital donor walls make sense on so many fronts, ranging from the simplified update process to an improved experience.
Since the pandemic started, we have seen unprecedented examples of how Canadian sign industry professionals have risen in solidarity to meet the challenge by pivoting their business to lend a helping hand to the community.
After an initial burst in activity when COVID-19 protocols were eased in summer, the Ontario economy has settled down and will not see pre-pandemic levels of activity until early to mid-2022, according to a report by Central 1.
ONTogether, a not-for-profit organization established to foster individual resiliency during challenging times, has introduced limited-edition posters made by Canadian artists to show its support to Nova Scotians.
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