Each Member of Parliament has been allotted a certain amount of Canada 150 products through Heritage Canada. These items are distributed at the discretion of the individual Member.
Mr. Shipley’s practice regarding distribution of government allotted Canadian flags, pins, etc. through his years as Member of Parliament has been to give priority to Legions, Schools, Organizations, and special events. If you are not sure whether your request falls under those parameters, please contact Mr. Shipley’s office. Individuals and organizations can also produce their own Canada 150 materials by making use of the official Logo or purchase from a third-party supplier.
The Canada 150 Logo and official typeface can be used for free for commercial and non-commercial purposes, but you MUST submit an official application for its use. You can apply online or contact Heritage Canada if you are not able to access the online application portal. When applying, you will need to choose a visual treatment of the logo and provide a mock-up of how you plan to use the logo. The contact information for information on the logo or on the application process is as follows:
By telephone (toll-free):
By teletypewriter (toll-free):
Canada 150 Federal Secretariat
Department of Canadian Heritage
25 Eddy Street, 12th Floor
Canada K1A 0M5
Don’t forget to order your Free 2017 Parks Canada Discovery Pass to enjoy unlimited access to National Parks, National Marine Conservation Areas and National Historic Sites across the country! Please note that it is only for Parks Canada managed areas and not for Provincial Parks.
Get active with the ParticipACTION 150 Play List – a challenge to try out 150 physical activities that define us as Canadian. Try all 150 unique activities with friends and family by Signing up in 3 easy steps, and run the chance of winning great prizes along the way.
Canadian Heritage provides Canadian Flag Pins (in plastic), paper Hand Flags (Canadian Flag), Bookmarks with National Anthem lyrics, Canadian Flag Posters, and Maple Leaf Tattoos for events celebrating National Aboriginal Day (June 21st), Sainte-Jean-Baptiste Day (June 24th), Canadian Multiculturalism Day (June 27th), and Canada Day (July 1st). Limited quantities of Celebrate Canada Promotional Materials can be ordered by the deadline of May 12, 2017. More information can be found on the website.
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