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Canada wordmark

The Canadian federal government’s use of the word “Canada” as a logotype dates back to the 1930s. The following includes a selection of different versions of the logotype that appear in the Federal identity collection, listed by typeface and year of the first appearance.

The National Flag of Canada was first incorporated as part of a Canada wordmark in Canadian centennial marketing products, developed by MacLaren Advertising, for the Canadian Government Travel Bureau.