These technical specifications (T-410) set out the requirements for signatures and the Canada Wordmark on print public notices. Consult your Federal Identity Program coordinator for more information.
- The Canada Wordmark and signature are applied prominently to all public notices. The Government of Canada issues public notices to inform the public about various topics, such as:
- potential danger to health, safety or the environment
- legal requirements
- calls for tenders
- public hearings
- program criteria and application deadlines
- employment notices
- business hours of government offices
- addresses and contact information
- The size relationship between the Canada Wordmark and the signature is described in T-135 - Flag Symbol Signature and T-140 - Arms of Canada Signature.
- Specifications for protection zone and contrast apply to all public notices.
- Canada Wordmark (T-130)
- Flag Symbol Signature (T-135)
- Arms of Canada Signature (T-140)
- Colour Values (T-145)
- Policy on Communications and Federal Identity
- FIP Manual - 5.1 Advertising: Corporate identity guidelines
Note: If there is a discrepancy between an official Treasury Board policy instrument and information on this Web page, the Treasury Board policy or standard prevails.
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