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Canadian Sign Industry Statistics

North American Industry Classification (NAICS) 2002 – Classification for Signage “33995”

Wood signs and signboards, non-electric, manufacturing
Advertizing signs and displays, manufacturing
Plastic letters and numerals, manufacturing
Metal letters for signs, manufacturing
Electric and neon signs, manufacturing
Electronic scoreboards, manufacturing

Sign Association of Canada

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. Please take a moment to review our website and our present initiatives.

City of Edmonton Digital Sign Regulations

The City of Edmonton has passed their bylaw concerning Electronic Message Centers.  Please follow this link to read more.

Government of Alberta Electronic Message Signs Regulations

The Alberta Government has issued a recommended practice when it comes to Electronic Message Signs.

Where’s the Line? Powerline Safety

wherestheline.ca is a one-stop shop for industry-specific resources and training that can be used by everyone working around power lines.

The Alberta Government has issued a recommended practice when it comes to Electronic Message Signs.

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