Public Notices

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.

Figure T-410: Illustration of several arrangements of a Government of Canada signature and the Canada Wordmark on various public notices.
Illustration of several arrangements of a Government of Canada signature and the Canada Wordmark on various public notices.

Requirements

  1. 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
    • sales
    • public hearings
    • program criteria and application deadlines
    • employment notices
    • business hours of government offices
    • addresses and contact information
  2. 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.
  3. Specifications for protection zone and contrast apply to all public notices.

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