Presentation of Federal Identifiers
Use on Project Signage and Websites
Use with Other Logos
Use on Promotional Materials
Use on Recipients' Corporate Materials
Downloading Federal Graphic Identifiers
FedDev Ontario is committed to providing transparent information to Canadians about expenditures for its programs and services.
Given the variety of situations where federal graphic identifiers may be applied, recipients and partners are encouraged to contact the FedDev Ontario Communications team directly for case-by-case guidance.
There are three general options for acknowledging Government of Canada contributions. Use of the Economic Action Plan (EAP) logo is encouraged primarily for project signage and web recognition. The Canada wordmark is the next preferred option and can be used in a variety of combinations, including on its own, with FedDev Ontario’s corporate signature, or with an acknowledgement line.
When a project is funded only through FedDev Ontario, the support should be recognized using EAP signage and/or the EAP web button. EAP web buttons should be hyperlinked to: www.actionplan.gc.ca (English) or www.actionplan.gc.ca/fr (French).
Example (web button/signage):
When the Government of Canada is one of several contributors to a project, the identifiers of all contributors should be visually balanced.
Materials that communicate or promote projects or initiatives undertaken by grants and contributions recipients or FedDev Ontario partners are required to acknowledge the support of the federal government through the use of graphic identifiers. These materials include products for both internal and external audiences such as printed reports, posters, news releases, displays, and paid advertisements.
When federal identifiers are used, they are to be accompanied by an acknowledgement line so it is clearly understood that the materials are not produced by Government of Canada.
With the support of the Government of Canada’s Economic Action Plan through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario.
Materials that are produced as part of day-to-day operations should not make reference to the federal government and are not to incorporate Government of Canada graphic identifiers. These materials include products such as letterhead and envelopes, business cards, or advertising related to staff recruitment or a tendering process.
|"Canada" wordmark||canada_c.gif||10 KB||canada_c.eps||283 KB|
|FedDev Ontario corporate signature - English first||FedDevOntario_e.gif||22 KB||FedDevOntario_e.eps||412 KB|
|FedDev Ontario corporate signature - French first||FedDevOntario_f.gif||22 KB||FedDevOntario_f.eps||415 KB|
|Economic Action Plan - English first||CIIF_sign_EF.gif||23 KB||CIIF_sign_EF.eps||6 MB|
|Economic Action Plan - French first||CIIF_sign_FE.gif||22 KB||CIIF_sign_FE.eps||6 MB|
|Economic Action Plan - English first (Web button)||EAP_btn_ENGFRN.gif||13 KB||EAP_btn_ENGFRN.jpg||33 KB|
|Economic Action Plan - French first (Web button)||EAP_btn_FRNENG.gif||13 KB||EAP_btn_FRNENG.jpg||32 KB|
For assistance, approval, or to obtain the federal graphic identifiers in alternate formats, please contact Communications at email@example.com.
Please allow 10 business days for approval on requests regarding the application of visibility requirements. For advertising requests, please allow a minimum of 15 business days for approval.