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Poster Gallery

 

Click for a larger image - Welcome

"Welcome" to Toronto

This very popular poster has been revised to reflect the major first languages spoken in Toronto. Language names and origins are beside it (when you click on the larger image).


 


 

Adult Literacy poster

Adult literacy

Together with community-based literacy groups, this City poster campaign promotes access to free, ongoing adult literacy courses.


 


 

Click for a larger image - Adult literacy poster

Adult literacy

This version of the adult literacy poster reflects the co-operation of the City of Toronto, York Region and the government of Ontario. Together with the Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML), "Get back into learning," promotes the Literacy Access Network's phone number and website in French and English.

The bilingual poster has been distributed to school boards, social services offices, Toronto Public Library branches, and literacy providers throughout Toronto and York Region.

This poster is available from the Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy



 

Click for a larger image - Adult literacy poster French


 

Aboriginal City Celebration 2014

The 20th annual National Aboriginal Day will be celebrated on Saturday, June 21, 2014.


 

Click for a larger image - Aboriginal City Celebration 2013 poster

Aboriginal City Celebration 2013

The 19th annual National Aboriginal Day will be celebrated on June 21, 2013.


 


 

Click for a larger image - National Aboriginal Day poster 2012

Aboriginal City Celebration 2012

The 18th annual National Aboriginal Day will be celebrated on June 21, 2012.


 


 

Click for a larger image - Aboriginal City Celebration 2011 poster

Aboriginal City Celebration 2011

The 17th annual National Aboriginal Day was celebrated on June 21, 2011.


 


 

Click for a larger image - Aboriginal City Celebration 2010 poster

Aboriginal City Celebration 2010

The poster art is by the Ojibwe artist Joseph Sagaj. The poster promotes events in the week leading up to National Aboriginal Day on June 21, 2010.

Read about this year's poster artist.


 


 

Click for a larger image - Aboriginal City Celebration 2009 poster

Aboriginal City Celebration 2009

This poster promotes various events during the week to celebrate National Aboriginal Day, on June 21, 2009.

Read about this year's poster artist.


 


 

Click for a larger image - Aboriginal City Celebration 2008 poster

Aboriginal City Celebration 2008

This poster promotes various events during the week to celebrate National Aboriginal Day, on June 21, 2008.

Read about this year's poster artist.


 


 

Click for a larger image - Aboriginal City Celebration 2007 poster

Aboriginal City Celebration 2007

This poster promotes various events during the week to celebrate National Aboriginal Day, on June 21, 2007.

Read about this year's poster artist.


 


 

Click for a larger image - Aboriginal City Celebration 2006 poster

Aboriginal City Celebration 2006

This poster promotes various events during the week to celebrate National Aboriginal Day, on June 21, 2006.

Read about this year's poster artist.


 


 

Click for a larger image - Aboriginal City Celebration 2005 poster

Aboriginal City Celebration 2005

This poster promotes various events during the week to celebrate National Aboriginal Day, on June 21, 2005

Out of print


 


 

Click for a larger image - Aboriginal City Celebration 2004 poster

Aboriginal City Celebration 2004

This poster promotes various events during the week to celebrate National Aboriginal Day, on June 21, 2004.

Out of print


 


 

Click for a larger image - Aboriginal City Celebration 2003 poster

Aboriginal City Celebration 2003

This poster promotes various events during the week to celebrate National Aboriginal Day, on June 21, 2003.

Out of print


 


 

Click for a larger image - Equity, Respect, Harmony, Prosperity poster

Diversity Our Strength

This poster includes the City's motto, Diversity Our Strength, and the benefits derived from this diversity.


 


 

Click for a larger image - Diversity Our Strength: Access and Equity Our Goal poster

Diversity Our Strength: Access & Equity Our Goal

This poster's title is the front cover of the 1999 report that came out of community consultations on access and equity. The report outlines the benefits to the city derived from diversity.


 


 

Click for a larger image - Hate. It's taught. poster

Hate. It's Taught

This poster is part of a city-wide public education campaign aimed at eliminating Intolerance, racism and hate in Toronto.

Out of print


 


 

Click for a larger image - Literacy is a right poster

Literacy is a Right

This multilingual poster is part of a city-wide education, awareness and advocacy campaign for the elimination of illiteracy. September is literacy month and includes September 8, International Literacy Day.


 


 

Click for a larger image - Pride poster

Pride poster

This poster promotes equal rights for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender and two spirited.


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