Since 1955 the Sign Association of Canada has successfully promoted the welfare of the sign industry, improved the status of its members in the community and benefited the users of signs. However the traditional boundaries of the sign industry have expanded due to the rapidly changing level of technology and the evolution of the commercial marketplace. The Sign Association of Canada has recognized these trends and has advanced to partner with related industries and sectors that use, design and manufacture commercial images.

BC Sign & Graphics Tradeshow April 15 - 16, 2016

BC Sign & Graphics Tradeshow Exhibitor Registration is now open!  The place to be to premier the latest and greatest the Canadian sign industry has to offer. Exhibiting and Attending the BC Sign & Graphics Tradeshow provides you with the right opportunity to educate, connect and be a part of our ever expanding Canadian audience. Register now!

SAC Webinar: Permits & Ulcers: You Don't Have to Get Both

For businesses, signs are the most cost-effective, efficient, and readily-available form of identification and advertising.  For local governments, sign regulations are a way to ensure that signs are displayed in a way that is appropriate and safe for the surrounding community.  The sign permit process is where these two issues meet face to face.  Find out more about the most commonly-asked questions about sign permits and get an overview of the mysteries and misconceptions of the permit process, which can save you time and money. 

Date: Thursday, October 22nd, 1 – 2pm EST
To register for the webinar:
Member Cost: FREE
Non-Member:  As a special promotion, SAC is pleased to extend complimentary admission to non-members.


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