The Reconciliation Canada brand identity system ties together the whole of who we are and what we do. The Reconciliation Canada logo is a unique and proprietary visual mark that captures the purpose and spirit of our organisation.
Internationally renowned Indigenous artist and co-designer of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic medals, Corrine Hunt, designed the logo for the initiative using traditional symbols representing a hummingbird, killer whale and feather to form the shape of a letter “R” surrounded by entwined rings to reflect the Indigenous traditions of talking circles. The result is a spiritually meaningful symbol – the circles symbolizing the three human races coming together as one and our interdependence on the earth, water and air.
The Reconciliation Canada logo consists of two elements whose relationship must never be altered: the custom brandmark (R-icon) and the wordmark.
The main, full colour logo (or 2 spot colours) is to be used whenever possible. If full colour reproduction is not available, there are a variety of other versions including single spot colours, grayscale and solid black and white.
The vector files are high resolution, print ready files that can be scaled to any size. The raster files are intended for use in MicrosoftTM Word or Power Point programs or for screen viewing.
Please contact [email protected] if you require further information about the use of our logo