||Wednesday, March 13, 1985
(1) Men stylized
(2) Acrobats, athletes, dancers, jugglers, nude men, men practising sports (except 2.1.2, 2.1.12, 2.1.14, 2.1.20 and 2.1.21)
(3) Set of lines evoking speed or propulsion
(4) More than two lines or two bands
(5) Horizontal lines or bands
(7) Trees or bushes of triangular shape, conical shape (pointed at top), or candle-flame shape (firs, cypresses, etc.)
(9) Trees or bushes in stylized form
(10) One tree or one bush
Goods and Services Information
(1) - Books, manuals, bumper stickers, T-shrits, sweatshirts, sport shirts, athletic bags, badges, pins, colour slide sets, training report forms, control description forms, control description preparation forms, start list forms and control markers.
(2) - To encourage and generally to stimulate interest and participation in the amateur sport of orienteering by the people of Canada, generally, and of Ontario, in particular; to augment the recreational, educational, fitness and health opportunity available to the public; to provide opportunities for improved public awareness of environmental and outdoor concerns; to provide opportunities for athletic development, training, coaching and competition; and to enter into and carry out agreements and arrangements with the Canadian Orienteering Federation, with other provincial sports governing bodies, and with local clubs with respect to the participation of Canadians in local, provincial, national and international orienteering events.