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  • Canada’s New Typefaces Unifies the Country’s Many Languages

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    While the United States has yet to determine its typographic identity, its northern neighbor recently chose one. Canada 150, created for the country’s 150th birthday, is a typographic family that unites the Latin characters of English/French with the syllabic characters of the indigenous dialects.


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    I had no idea where he comes from or lives now. But I just learned about it and set up a Directory entry for him. :happy:

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