Looks like Ontario’s about to get new driver’s licences as part of the PC government’s extensive rebranding.
The provincial government unveiled the new design at a press conference at the Mississauga Toyota dealership today. As opposed to one trillium, the new licenses are set to be covered in a repeated pattern of the new trillium logo, with one larger cut out of the image taking the old image’s place.
“We are renewing the licence plate and driver’s licence because it represents how we are renewing our entire approach to government,” Minister of Government and Consumer Services Bill Walker stated during the conference. “Our government is embracing change because we recognize that the old established ways of working are no longer good enough.”
Check out Ontario’s new driver’s licences below.
Coming this fall, Ontario’s driver’s licence will have a new design, showcasing the province’s new brand and logo. This will come at no cost to the taxpayer. It has been 12 years since the last redesign, but they should be refreshed every 5-7 years for security purposes. #ONpoli pic.twitter.com/KmlOz7fVGB— Jeff Yurek (@JeffYurekMPP) April 15, 2019