Comical Community Fundraiser Comes to London, ON

April 30, 2011 by  

Comic Vision, a five day stand-up comedy act that aims to raise money for worthy as well as laughs, is set to tour across Oakville, Vancouver, Calgary and London, ON. The shows will include hilarious fundraising games, a silent auction, interactive fun and inspirational messages. The act tours London, ON on April 26, 2011 with comics Graham Chittenden, James Cunningham, and Debra DiGiovanni. The event is expected to be covered by local printing companies in the London, ON area and by the National Post, who is a listed sponsor of Comic Vision. [Read more]

Pickering Museum Village brings the past to life

April 29, 2011 by  

The Pickering Museum Village is a re-creation of an early 19th century Ontario village in which staff dress up in period costume; the village allows the public experience life as it was during those days. [Read more]

Surrey Arts Center shines

April 28, 2011 by  

The Surrey Arts Centre is located in Bear Creek Park in Surrey, BC. It offers an art gallery, a gift shop, and a stage. Printing services companies in Surrey have been called upon to print posters, brochures and programs for the various events that have taken place. [Read more]

FireFit Charitable Event Coming to Medicine Hat, AB

April 28, 2011 by  

Medicine Hat, AB is set to host yet another sporting event later on this year and provides a good opportunity for local printing companies in Medicine Hat and the rest of Alberta to get involved in [Read more]

Antiques Roadshow comes to Sherwood Park

April 27, 2011 by  

The British Antiques Roadshow will be at Sherwood Park Mall from May 16 to May 18, 2011, giving residents the chance to have an expert cast their eye and appraise any family heirlooms or other valuables. [Read more]

Frederick Hagan prints grace Newmarket municipal buildings

April 27, 2011 by  

Artist Frederick Hagan was a long-time resident of Newmarket, Ontario and a collection of his lithographs were donated to the Town of Newmarket after his death. Printing companies in Newmarket are supportive of the printing arts being displayed in public places. [Read more]

The Stoney Creek School of Art trains future artists

April 26, 2011 by  

The Stoney Creek School of Art was established in 1993. Their goal is “to encourage creative expression, exploration and imagination in the artistic learning of students of all ages.” Print companies in Stoney Creek are happy to highlight any organization that promotes creativity. [Read more]

Richmond visitor centres show the way

April 26, 2011 by  

There are 5 Visitors Centres in Richmond, BC that exist to provide useful travel and community information. The visitors’ centres sell bus tickets, make hotel reservations and provide information on various events and attractions such as the Britannia Shipyard National Historic Site, various wineries, and the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site. Brochure printers in Richmond are kept busy providing the literature the visitor’s centres hand out to anyone who asks for it.

Britannia Shipyard National Historic Site

The Britannia Shipyard is a recreation of a 19th century shipyard community. It was made a national historic site in 1992. It features interactive displays, boat restoration, various historical exhibits, pirate-themed birthday parties, guided tours and the Maritime Festival. The shipyard is open from Tuesday to Sunday during the summer from 10-6. The shipyard also takes part in the yearly Canada Day Steveston Salmon Festival Parade.

Wineries

There are a number of world-class wineries in Richmond that offer tours and tastings. These wineries include the Isabella Wineries, Lulu Island Winery, Sip Wines and Sanduz Estate Wines.

Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site

The cannery was built in 1894 and has been preserved to show how it operated at that time. It offers interactive exhibits, guided tours and an introductory film. It is located in the village of Steveston.

The five Richmond Visitors Centres play an important part in fostering tourism in the Richmond area. Brochure printers are pleased to provide the attractive and colourful brochures that inspire visitors to the area.

Vancouver and Langley BC students express true meaning of earth week

April 25, 2011 by  

More than 250 high school students across the province of B.C are coming together and are showing via banner printing and on canvas what Earth Day and the integrity of the environment means to them. The artistic representations, called Earthwise, will be showcased at the Newton Cultural Centre in Surrey, BC from April 1 to April 30. The exhibit will then move to the Langley Centennial Museum in Fort Langley, BC from May 4 to June 19. Art juries will nominate winners in this first province-wide arts competition for high school students. Students from more than 53 public and private schools from all across the province of BC will participate in the event. [Read more]

Strong loonie offers opportunity to expand Alberta’s smaller scale printing businesses

April 25, 2011 by  

Small business owners in Lethbridge, AB and other smaller communities in Alberta should take advantage of Canada’s strong currency during this period and strive to expand their businesses. A BMO survey conducted by Leger Marketing revealed on Thursday that 30% of Albertan small business owners, including printing companies, are more likely than other Canadian counterparts to take advantage of the above parity position of the current dollar. The national average polled across Canada was 20%. [Read more]

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