Exhibit and Event Material
These specifications (T-310) set out the requirements for signatures and the Canada Wordmark on exhibit and event material. Consult your Federal Identity Program coordinator for more information.
- The signature and the Canada Wordmark are applied prominently to all exhibit and event material, including but not limited to:
- floor and tabletop exhibits
- exhibit panels
- stand-alone vertical banners and hanging banners
- The specifications for the positioning of the applicable signature and the Canada Wordmark are as follows:
- The signature and the Canada Wordmark are positioned at the top of all floor and tabletop exhibits or display items (see Figure T-310 above).
- On large overhead banners, the symbols appear at the bottom of the banner.
- Banners or exhibits that are bilingual in a back-to-back format must have both symbols on both sides.
- On narrow vertical panels or banners, where the length of the signature would not allow for good visibility, the Canada Wordmark is placed at the bottom, below the message in an oversized format.
- For large exhibits where there are multiple entrance points, the signature and the Canada Wordmark are repeated to ensure that they are visible.
- 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, colour, and contrast apply to all products.
- 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 - 5.2 Published Material: Corporate identity guidelines
- Policy on Green Procurement
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