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Four ways signs and graphics businesses can help drive recovery

As restrictions lift and businesses begin to reopen and rebuild, local signs and graphics businesses will have a vital role to play in our national recovery.

Roland DGA launches new social distancing signage solutions

To make it easier for print service providers to produce signage for reopened businesses and facilities, Roland DGA has developed materials, hardware, software and free design templates needed to produce social distancing signage for health and safety.

Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster invests in projects to fight COVID-19

Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen), the industry-led organization behind Canada’s Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster, has invested over $21 million in projects that will lead to the Canadian production of critical technologies, equipment and medical devices to fight COVID-19.
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As businesses begin to re-open their doors to their employees and customers, it is critical that they are able to implement tools that contribute to providing a safe environment. In this re-opening phase, you can help your customers transition back to work with minimal headaches. Social distancing and directional signage will be crucial to communicating the necessary messaging in these new circumstances to help improve safety and cleanliness, minimizing the risk to employees and customers. » Learn more
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Video: Creating robust floor graphics

Find out how Canon makes printing social distancing signage easy using Colorado Series printers and UVgel Technology. » Watch video
Canon launches free greeting card campaign to thank frontline workers

Toronto-based online printing service has launched a free online greeting card promotion that allows people to personally thank frontline workers amid COVID-19. » Read full article

The Canadian Shield produces one millionth PPE face shield

The Canadian Shield, a Waterloo-based personal protective equipment (PPE) manufacturer, recently reached a key milestone: producing its one millionth face shield. The shield is part of a 500,000-unit order for Ontario Health that will be provided to hospitals and healthcare facilities across the province. » Read full article