Download centre – logos

As a funding recipient, you are required to ensure appropriate federal logos, taglines, and text are used in the production of all promotional material related to the funded project, including, but not limited to advertising (print, radio and television), brochures, websites and signage.

For information on how these logos should be used, visit the page related to your funding:

Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program
Right click the hyperlinked file. Click the "Save Link As..." option (in Firefox) or the "Save Target As..." (in Internet Explorer) to download the desired graphic.
Canada 150 Web B&W 59 kb B&W 24 kb B&W 254 kb B&W 1,379 kb
Canada 150 Signage         B&W 2,785 kb B&W 1,059 kb

Accessibility notice: If the following image files are not accessible to you, please contact the Communications Department for assistance in obtaining the documents in the appropriate format.

19 Lisgar Street, Suite 307
Sudbury, Ontario P3E 3L4
Canada
Telephone: 877-333-6673
Email: Dan Garcia


Information about graphic file formats

EPS: High-quality format most often used by professional graphic designers using specialized software. This graphic contains a transparent background.

(Note: ".eps" files often download with the ".ps" extension in Internet Explorer. Be sure to add the "e" to the extension, from ".ps" to ".eps" to be able to use the graphic.)

TIF: Quality format typically used in documents such as newsletters, brochures and letterhead. Can be used in commonly available software.

JPG: Quality format typically used for websites, as well as in publications such as newsletters, brochures and letterhead.

PNG: Format used primarily for logos and other small graphics on websites. This graphic contains a transparent background.

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