What Does the Canada 150 Logo Mean?
Based on the iconic maple leaf symbol, the Canada 150 logo is composed of a series of diamond shapes arranged in the shape of the maple leaf.
The four diamonds at the base of the leaf represent the four original provinces (Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia) that formed Confederation in 1867. The other nine diamonds extend out from the base to represent all 13 provinces and territories. The logo was designed by Ariana Cuvin of Toronto, who won a nation-wide competition for the Canada 150 logo.