Culture Alliance Unveils New Logo

Posted on Wednesday September 23, 2020

September 23, 2020 - Culture in the Heart of Georgian Bay has a new look with the Culture Alliance unveiling their logo.

The logo incorporates elements of the joint culture committee’s members’ logos as well as aspects of their heritage and history.

“It is a beautiful logo that gracefully intertwines and represents the communities served by the Culture Alliance,” said Tiny Township Councillor Cindy Hastings, incoming committee chair. “The logo is timeless and will serve the Culture Alliance for many years to come.”

The Culture Alliance was formed in 2019 by Beausoleil First Nation, the towns of Midland and Penetanguishene and the townships of Tay and Tiny to celebrate, foster and promote cultural resources in our area.

The logo incorporates the feather and turquoise from the Beausoleil First Nation logo and the various shades of blue from the Tay, Tiny and Penetanguishene logo.  Additionally, it includes the fleur de lis from Penetanguishene and Tiny and the yellow and sail from Midland.  The waves symbolize the connection that each community has to Georgian Bay.

The Culture Alliance is currently undertaking a variety of projects, including the Inspirational Peoples Project banner program and the Creative Communities Culture Conference scheduled to take place in an online format in November.  To learn more about these projects, visit or follow them on social media at CultureGBay.