Toronto, with more than 2.5 million residents, has the fifth-largest urban population in North America, behind Mexico City, New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago. In contrast to most U.S. center-city cores, it’s enjoyed consistent growth.
The city’s cultural scene has flourished as well. The city hosts its International Film Festival, which premiered more than 300 feature films from 52 countries in September (Gavin Hood’s Tsotsi, which recounted several days in the life of a gang leader, claimed the People’s Choice Award). The CN Tower, one of the world’s tallest buildings, attracts more than two million visitors annually. And, Yonge-Dundas Square in downtown Toronto hosts various entertainment and cultural events.
As such, it was little surprise that, when ST’s Publisher/Editer Wade Swormstedt and Senior Art Director Jeff Russ headed north for September’s CONSAC tradeshow, Russ located an abundance of state-of-the-art signage that embodies the city’s dynamic nature.
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