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  • Name of Tartan:
    Cape Breton University
  • Alternative Name: Cape Breton University Chemistry Society
  • ITI Number: 10629
  • Category: Canadian Corporate
  • Designer / Source: Brown & Lloy
  • Date: 23/02/2012
  • Notes: Designed by Adam R C Brown and Samantha M Lloy. Colours: green is a prominent colour of Cape Breton University and indicates the rolling hills of Cape Breton. It symbolises the growing awareness in the scientific community of the importance of sustainability, found within the principles of 'Green Chemistry'; orange is also a prominent colour and symbolises the institution's bright future; blue represents the ocean surrounding Cape Breton, which encloses the uniqueness of the island and connects it to the rest of the world. It is an acknowledgment of the historical importance of the fisheries and the modern hope of major port development for trade; gold is for the golden sunsets shining over the island. Its use is restricted to members of the Cape Breton University Chemistry Society only. Anyone outside of this organisation wanting to use this tartan would need to seek permission from the Society. This tartan can only be woven by Lochcarron of Scotland - Canada.
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