Written by Tara Garcia on Tuesday, 23 December 2014
Canadian post-secondary students are invited to create and submit their designs for the Canada 150 logo.
The logo should evoke pride and unity while expressing the diversity of Canada. Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages explains what the designs must contain.
“The design is an original piece of work that will include the words “Canada 150″ and the dates of 1867 to 2017,” she said. “The logo is meant to evoke feelings of pride, of unity, and a celebration for our 150th anniversary of confederation.”
The winning submission will receive a cash prize along with having their logo used as the Government of Canada’s brand for the 150th anniversary of Confederation.
Submissions are being accepted from now until January 23rd and further details and how to apply can be found by visiting Canada.ca/150
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