Redesign costing taxpayers $89K, less than half what Liberal government spent to alter logo in 2006
The Ford government isn’t just putting a new slogan on Ontario licence plates, it’s redesigning the province’s logo too, CBC News has learned.
Two government sources say the province’s trillium logo — reflecting Ontario’s official flower — has been given a makeover.
The updated logo will be deployed across all government branding, which means it will appear on provincial websites, signs, advertising and letterhead.
The cost of the redesign is $89,000, a senior government official told CBC News. The fee is “less than half of what the Liberals spent on the previous logo,” said the official.
In 2006, the Liberal government of then-premier Dalton McGuinty redesigned the trillium logo at a cost of $219,000.
At the time, the PCs slammed the move as a waste of taxpayer dollars.
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