The logo of the Canadian Association for Work and Labour Studies (CAWLS) was created in 2015 by Mélanie Duong and Jean-Christophe Thérien, two graphic design students at the Université du Québec en Outaouais’ École multidisciplinaire de l’image (EMI).
The logo is based on the morse code for the letters A and C, the first letters of CAWLS acronyme in French and English. The morse code symbolizes communications and solidarity across languages and professional identities. The font used for the acronyme (Proto Grotesk) is bold and solid, to embody the strength of the group.
The CAWLS logo can only be used with the authorization of the CAWLS Executive.