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Policy for use of Skate Canada Logo

The mark and wordmark Skate Canada are registered trade-marks of the Association and are exclusive to the corporation.

 

The Corporate Identity

The Skate Canada logo is made up of two elements: the maple leaf and skate blade symbol and the wordmark "Skate Canada". These two elements must always appear together.

Wherever possible the English Skate Canada logo should be used on English documents and the French Patinage Canada logo should be used on French documents.

The logo must always be protected on all sides by a negative or white space equivalent to the height and width of the letter S of the Skate Canada lettering in the wordmark. This safe area must be free of all non-branded graphic or copy elements, and is to be respected under all circumstances.

When using the Skate Canada logo alongside either a section or club logo, or a partner, the Skate Canada logo should appear side-by-side with its counterparts. On occasion, due to design constraints, it could appear above or below, but always on an equal size ratio to the other logos being used.

 

Colours

Process Colours Process colour for print projects Monitor colour for website and electronic use
Cyan/Magenta/Yellow/Black
C/M/Y/K
Red/Green/Blue
R/G/B
  Light Red
Pantone: 186
0/100/81/4 242/0/23
  Dark Red
Pantone: 188
0/97/100/50 128/6/0

1. Skate Canada Logo in two colours

2. Skate Canada Logo in black only

 

JPEG Files (attached below)

These files are ideal for use on the Internet. These low-resolution images can also be used in word processing applications. For better quality, it is recommended to use TIF files.

 

TIF Files (attached below)

These files should be used when documents are to be printed on a commercial press for professional quality. Provide these files to graphic design companies for best results.

 

EPS Files (attached below)

These files should be used when documents are to be printed on a commercial press for professional quality. Provide these files to graphic design companies for best results.

 

You may also wish to review the Skate Canada Brand guidelines, attached below.

Skate Canada sections, clubs, and skating schools can access the Skating Program logos and other logos on the Members Only site under: clubs and schools/Communications Kit.

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