Why Your Company should join the Ontario Sign Association

1. Increase Your Profit and Protect Your Sustainability
How often are you able to step away from your shop to connect with your peers and learn about what is happening in our industry that may impact your business? As a OSA member, you get resources, information and education to help your company be more profitable, more sustainable, more productive, more credible and more competitive.

2. Get Inside Information
OSA/SAC/ISA works with regulators across Canada to ensure a fair and transparent business environment for you to serve your clients. As a OSA member, you have a seat at the table and inside information about the direction of the regulatory environment.

3. Be Part of the Bigger Picture
All sign company members receive complimentary membership with the International Sign Association. ISA is the largest community of sign companies, service providers, and end-users in the world. This is a tremendous source of resources and education for you and your employees. www.signs.org. Make the valuable connections you need to expand your business. By engaging in our events you have the opportunity to initiate, move things forward and create progress! Connect with other sign company professionals and suppliers at local, regional and national events. Learn from the experts at members-only live webinars.

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Serving Ontario

Latest News & Upcoming Events

  • Ontario Sign Association is excited to announce our first annual Winter Classic Hockey Tournament. The puck will drop at 9 am on February 21 at the Sport Village Arena. So grab your colleagues, register a team or come on your own, and join us in what is going to be an epic battle for Winter bragging rights.

    Register Here

  • The Downtown Yonge BIA, with support from the Ontario Sign Association, and the Sign Association of Canada, are excited to announce the Toronto Neon Sign Museum, an outdoor sign museum located in Downtown Toronto. Although the exact location for the museum isn’t yet set in stone, the refurbished neon signs will be set-up as an outdoor urban experience in Downtown Yonge, where everyone can visit, free of charge, and appreciate these neon relics of years gone past.

    As part of the next steps, we wanted to reach out to you - our members - for input:

    Do you have a neon sign, or know someone who does, and would like to donate it to the Downtown Yonge BIA?

    Do you have neon sign original blueprints, photos, unused neon machinery, or other neon sign “ephemera” that might be a good fit for a museum?

    Are you or someone you know, interested in doing a panel discussion/demonstration on neon signs in Toronto?

    Can you tell us which neon signs we need to preserve; which signs we should be on the lookout for during our search?

    If you answered “yes” to any of these questions or what further info, please reach out to Rebecca at the Downtown Yonge BIA at rstubbs@downtownyonge.com

    Please see attached visioning summary to get more details.