Jul 01, 2012 - Toronto-based font development studio, Canada Type has acquired the Rimmer Type Foundry from P22 Type Foundry, Inc. The RTF library contains the complete body of work of Canadian design icon Jim Rimmer, who was an enormous influence on Canadian type design and private press printing. Now that Rimmer's work has been repatriated, it will be remastered and expanded by Canada Type, then re-released to the public, starting in the fall of 2012.
Oct 21, 2011 - After two years of design and development, Canada Type announces the release of the Roma suite of fonts by Oregon-based award-winning type designer and graphic artist Thomas Lincoln. Lincoln's Roma Suite has been a labor of love more than two years in the making. A sans serif version of the Trajan Roman forms has always seemed to him like an unclimbed mountain: a challenge, born out of respect, that must be taken on - in this case simply because it wasn't there.
Feb 22, 2008 - Digital type design firm Canada Type, is pleased to announce the release of the Ronaldson font family. Available for both Mac and PC, Ronaldson is based on the best-selling 19th century American classic typeface Ronaldson Old Style. Ronaldson is available in Postscript, True Type and OpenType formats.
Aug 27, 2007 - Digital type design firm Canada Type, is pleased to announce three new font packages for the publishing and creative industry. Available for both Mac and PC, Jupiter, Vox and VIP augment Canada Type's library of exclusive typefaces. Jupiter is a take on the historical Roman alphabet. Vox is an extensive and versatile monoline sans serif family. VIP is a humanist sans serif uppercase combined with classic script initials. All packages are available as Postscript, True Type and OpenType formats.
Aug 22, 2007 - Digital type design firm Canada Type, has announced a new Font Licensing Model. The new licensing model introduces a "personal licensing" option alongside their usual commercial license, allowing customers to purchase font packages for personal, non-commercial use. This is a breakthrough licensing practice in the font world, offering non-commercial font users between 20% and 35% off the commercial price.