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Tip of the Month: Following Local Signage Laws

By Samantha Garner | November 1, 2010

Creating signage for your small business is always a lot of fun. You get to play with new designs and layouts that best communicate what your business is all about. However, before the fun really starts, you need to make sure you’re not stepping on any toes in the bylaw office!

Following local signage laws for small business is critical. Some types of signs may not be approved for use in your community and can result in hefty fines. There are also provincial signage laws to consider – for example, when it comes to business signage that appears by a highway.

Visit our website to download GoForth Institute’s free, step-by-step Guide to Signage Permits and Licenses. Getting all the forms you need is easy and only takes a minute – leaving you more time to daydream about your beautiful new signage!

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