Does Ontario's trillium logo look like 'three men in a hot tub?' Ford's government is redesigning it - 2019-04-04

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F94.png Does Ontario's trillium logo look like 'three men in a hot tub?' Ford's government is redesigning it April 4, 2019, Robert Benzie, Toronto Star

Premier Doug Ford is pulling the plug on the "three men in a hot tub" Ontario trillium that has been the government's logo for 13 years, the Star has learned. As part of a Progressive Conservative rebranding that includes scrapping the 37-year-old "Yours to Discover" licence plate slogan, the province is launching an $89,000 revamp of the trademark logo.

But Ford will not be reviving the classic, T-shaped trillium logo that was controversially replaced by former premier Dalton McGuinty's Liberals in 2006.

The newly redesigned emblem, which the Tories hope to reveal in Finance Minister Vic Fedeli's budget next Thursday, is being kept under wraps.

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{{cite news | first = Robert | last = Benzie | title = Does Ontario's trillium logo look like 'three men in a hot tub?' Ford's government is redesigning it | url = https://www.thestar.com/politics/provincial/2019/04/04/ford-government-to-redesign-ontarios-trillium-logo.html | work = Toronto Star | date = April 4, 2019 | accessdate = April 27, 2019 }}