LOGOS | Great Canadian Logos :: Icons from the True North

NFB ONF

Air Canada Poster

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CBC_Logo_1974-1986

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CBC Logo 2

CN Logo

Expo 67 Logo

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Loblaws

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VIA

 

CSA Logo

 

 

 

montreal-olympics-1976

parks

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Old Ontario Science Centre Logo

 

Ontario Hydro Logo

BC Hydro logo by mag3737.

HydroQuébec Logo.jp

eatons Logo

canadian-metric-movement logo

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420px-CBC_Logo_1986-1992

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from top:

NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA/OFFICE NATIONAL DU FILM DU CANADA | Georges Beaupré, 1969 (updated by Paprika Communications) NOTE: Known as “Man Seeing / L’homme qui voit

AIR CANADA | Hans Kleefeld, 1964

AIR CANADA | Hans Kleefeld, 1964

AIR CANADA POSTER | Mashup of a design by Dan Reisinger, 1977-78:

CBC: CANADIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION (COLOUR TV PROGRAMMING)

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CBC | Burton Kramer, 1974

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CNR: CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY | Allan Flemming, 1960

expo 67 | Julien Hébert, 1966 (?)

CENTENNIAL OF CANADIAN FEDERATION (1967) | Stuart Ash, Paul Arthur and Associates, 1966

LOBLAWS | Don Watt, 1973 (?)

CP AIR | Gene Grossman, Lippincott & Margulies, 1968

CP AIR | Gene Grossman, Lippincott & Margulies, 1968

VIA RAIL CANADA | 1976

CANADIAN STANDARDS ASSOCIATION | unknown, 1948

MONTRÉAL OLYMPICS (1976) | Georges Huel, Graphics and Design Directorate COJO 76, 1973

MONTRÉAL OLYMPICS (1976) | Georges Huel, Graphics and Design Directorate COJO 76, 1973

PARKS CANADA/PARCS CANADA | Roderick Huggins (derived from Federal Identity Program), 1970s

ROOTS

ONTARIO SCIENCE CENTRE | Allan Fleming, 1968

ONTARIO HYDRO | Allan Fleming, 1965

BC HYDRO (photo courtesy of Tom Magliery, Flickr)

HYDRO-QUÉBEC | Gagnon/Valkus, Inc.

eatons

METRIC COMMISSION CANADA/COMMISSION DU SYSTÈME MÉTRIQUE DU CANADA

POTASH CORPORATION OF SASKATCHEWAN

SASKATCHEWAN

2 ANIMATED CBC LOGOS

Canada WORDMARK | NOTE: Originally designed for the Canadian Government Travel Bureau to promote travel to Canada, the design was adopted as the global identifier of the Government of Canada in 1980

QUILT BLOCK

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* With thanks to The Canadian Design Resource, an invaluable website for those interested in Canadian design

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Enjoy Coast Salish Territory by Sarah and Alan.

Photo courtesy of  Sarah and Alan’s photostream, Flickr