The Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC’s) February 2018 Metropass features an image of a prominent street mural created by artists Jessie Durham and Melissa Luk in 2011 for the rebranding of the Riverside Business Improvement Area (BIA).
Samsung Electronics Canada has set up an interactive digital environment on the ninth floor of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), featuring a table-mounted touch screen that allows patients and visitors to access apps and games.
Print service provider (PSP) Reprodux has purchased and installed Agfa Graphics’ Jeti Titan HS ultraviolet-curing (UV-curing) flatbed printer at its Constellation Court facility in the west end of Toronto.
Toronto’s Downtown Yonge Business Improvement Association (BIA) hopes to capture some of the city’s rapidly disappearing history by developing a sign museum near Yonge-Dundas Square, similar to recent initiatives in Vancouver and Edmonton.
Ryerson University has commissioned Sunset Neon of Burlington, Ont., to restore and reinstall the iconic Sam the Record Man signs atop 277 Victoria Street in downtown Toronto, near the former music store site and Yonge-Dundas Square.
LG’s latest organic light-emitting diode (OLED) video wall, recently installed in the rotunda of Scotiabank’s new Digital Factory in downtown Toronto, is reportedly the first of its kind anywhere in Canada.
Toronto’s Yonge-Dundas Square, well-known for being surrounded by large-scale digital signage, is now set to be upgraded by Outfront Media Canada with seven on-site screens of its own, to be controlled by city council.
A ‘flying billboard’ over Toronto recently launched a tongue-in-cheek campaign promoting Montreal as a tourist destination by highlighting the city’s 375th anniversary celebrations, which will take place throughout 2017.