Two of the new logo designs are from a Canadian web developer, and the third comes from an English-language web developer.
The first design, by Peter T. Smith, was released today and features a design inspired by a photograph of a pair of Canadian soldiers crossing the border.
The second, by Robyn L. Wilson, is a photo of an American flag fluttering over the Canadian side of the border, and features an image of a Canadian flag with a star on top of it.
“It’s been a really hard year for me personally and for my company,” said Mr. Smith.
“I feel like I’ve put a lot of energy into these new logo concepts, and I’m really proud of it.”
The Canadian logo is an homage to the Canadian flag and a celebration of the country’s rich heritage.
The English-speaking version, which uses a single letter, has been used for many years.
The Canadian version is a combination of the English and the French letter E, but the Canadian government has been slow to approve the letter.
The logo has been a lightning rod for controversy over the years, with critics saying it doesn’t reflect the Canadian identity well enough and a number of people expressing their support for the new design.
The issue of which of the two designs to use has also divided the industry.
The United Kingdom and Germany have both embraced the new designs.
While the U.K. has embraced the logo as an opportunity to showcase its country, it has been criticized for not making sure the letter was chosen properly.
On Wednesday, the U