Used by: Millennium Bureau of Canada
Used from: 1998-2001
The Millennium logo is made up of four components. The flame, the figure (head, arms, body and legs), the leaf and the type unit (2000 type, line and Canada wordmark).
From the Millennium logo Graphic Standards Manual
“The Millennium Logo was developed to represent the Government of Canada’s initiative to support community, regional, national and international activities and programs for Canada in the millennium. These include cultural, social and educational events that encourage Canadians to recognize their accomplishments and appreciate the potential that the future represents in our growing global community.”
Application number: 0909931
Type: Design Mark
Category: Prohibited Mark; Official Mark
About the Millennium Bureau of Canada
On March 12, 1998, the Millennium Bureau of Canada was created as a small temporary departmental agency of the Government of Canada, by Order in Council P.C. 1998-336.
The Millennium Bureau of Canada administered the Canada Millennium Partnership Program. The Bureau had a short operational lifespan, over three fiscal years, ending on March 31, 2001.