Used by: Economic Council of Canada
Used from: c. 1968-1993
The Economic Council of Canada logo is made up of two chevrons, one pointing upwards and one pointing downwards, with a stylized maple leaf positioned in-between.
The stylized maple leaf is similar in design to the 11-point maple that appears in the flag symbol, however, its stem is shorter in length and straight.
While there is no apparent Canadian trademark record, the Economic Council of Canada logo would have had the status of a mark of the Government of Canada.
About the Economic Council of Canada
The following background information on the Economic Council of Canada has been sourced from a 1983 discussion paper, Taxation of life insurance in Canada.
Taxation of life insurance in Canada, B. Dahlby and A. Macnaughton, September 1986, Digitized edition from print.