Manitoba Sign Association (MANSA)
As proposed changes to provincial sign regulations and municipal sign bylaws began to heat up in Manitoba, a new relevance for protection re-emerged in 2008. Industry leaders from across the province knew the time had come to band together in an effort to prevent the ratification of changes that would negatively impact the Sign Industry.
In February 2009 there was a reformation of the Manitoba Chapter of the Sign Association of Canada.
The core purpose of the Sign Association of Canada and the Manitoba Chapter is to promote the interest of the Canadian Sign and Imagemaking Industry for the betterment of our members.
The mission of the Sign Association of Canada and the Manitoba Chapter is to contribute to the prosperity of our members by promoting and representing the interests of all stakeholders involved in the sign and Imagemaking industry in Canada.
The vision of the Sign Association of Canada and the Manitoba Chapter is to be the pre-eminent association advancing the interests and prosperity of all facets of the sign and Imagemaking industry in Canada.
It is the goal of the Manitoba Chapter of the Sign Association of Canada to become a first point of contact for any regulatory body seeking to revise their signage regulations.
The Manitoba Chapter will remain accessible at all times to the regulatory bodies on all levels and use our varied and extensive backgrounds to promote equitable and beneficial service as required.
To promote harmony and trust between the various levels of government and the industry is paramount.
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