Media Services

The Communications and Media Services department is capable of the following: 

  • Audio and Video Editing and Production
  • Photography
  • Photograph touch ups
  • Web Design and Development
  • Logos
  • Pamphlets
  • Advertisements
  • Poster design and printing
  • Vinyl signs
  • CD or DVD copying and labeling of non copyright material

For more information, contact:

Bill Peters, Manager
Communications and Media Services
St. Boniface Hospital Research
351 Taché Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R2H 2A6
Tel. 204.258.1325
Email. billp@sbrc.ca

Media Services Department inquiries:
Email. mediaservices@sbrc.ca

St. Boniface Hospital Research Graphics Standards Guide

About the Logo

The St. Boniface Hospital Research logo is the primary visual symbol. There are certain standards that must be followed when using this logo. Please refer to the Graphics Standards Guide before downloading and using the logo.

Colour

The St. Boniface Hospital Research logo is only two colours. Pantone 300, and Pantone Cool Gray 9. The black and white version uses only Pantone Process Black C.

Please use the white version for negative applications of the logo. i.e. Placing the logo on a dark colour, black, or over an image/photograph.

St. Boniface Hospital Research Logo Download

EPS

  • Stands for Encapsulated PostScript.
  • Format to be used by print shops, ad agencies and design firms.
  • The file can be resized without degradation.
  • Opening this format requires special software such as Illustrator, Freehand, Quark, Photoshop, etc.
  • Does not work with MS Office for Windows applications.

JPEG

  • Best format to use for a website or with MS Office for Windows applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
  • The file should be used at actual size or smaller only. Enlarging the file will result in an unprofessional look.
  • These files are low-resolution and not suitable for high-resolution printing.

PNG

  • Best format to use when you place the logo against a background on a website or in a PowerPoint document.
  • The file should be used at actual size or smaller only. Enlarging the file will result in an unprofessional look.

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CCARM Graphics Standards Guide

About the Logo

The CCARM logo is the primary visual symbol of the Canadian Centre for Agri-Food Research in Health and Medicine. There are certain standards that must be followed when using this logo.

Colour

The CCARM logo is only two colours. Pantone Process Black C, and Pantone 3415 C. The black and white version uses only Pantone Process Black C.

Please use the white version for negative applications of the CCARM Logo. i.e. Placing the logo on a dark colour, black, or over an image/photograph.

Improper Use

Do not enclose the logo within a border, or box, without proper spacing.

Do not apply color to the text. Black or white only.

Do not use the logo in unapproved colours.

Do not use out-of-focus or poor quality artwork to reproduce the logo.

Do not outline the logo.

Do not use the logo in a name, phrase, or sentence as a substitute for the acronym "CCARM"

Do not distort the logo and/or change the size ratio.

Do not use different fonts and sizes for the text in the logo.

CCARM Logo Download

EPS

  • Stands for Encapsulated PostScript.
  • Format to be used by print shops, ad agencies and design firms.
  • The file can be resized without degradation.
  • Opening this format requires special software such as Illustrator, Freehand, Quark, Photoshop, etc.
  • Does not work with MS Office for Windows applications.

JPEG

  • Best format to use for a website or with MS Office for Windows applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
  • The file should be used at actual size or smaller only. Enlarging the file will result in an unprofessional look.
  • These files are low-resolution and not suitable for high-resolution printing.

PNG

  • Best format to use when you place the logo against a background on a website or in a PowerPoint document.
  • The file should be used at actual size or smaller only. Enlarging the file will result in an unprofessional look.

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DND Logo Download

EPS

  • Stands for Encapsulated PostScript.
  • Format to be used by print shops, ad agencies and design firms.
  • The file can be resized without degradation.
  • Opening this format requires special software such as Illustrator, Freehand, Quark, Photoshop, etc.
  • Does not work with MS Office for Windows applications.

JPEG

  • Best format to use for a website or with MS Office for Windows applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
  • The file should be used at actual size or smaller only. Enlarging the file will result in an unprofessional look.
  • These files are low-resolution and not suitable for high-resolution printing.

PNG

  • Best format to use when you place the logo against a background on a website or in a PowerPoint document.
  • The file should be used at actual size or smaller only. Enlarging the file will result in an unprofessional look.

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ICS Graphics Standards Guide

About the Logo

The ICS logo is the primary visual symbol of the Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences. There are certain standards that must be followed when using this logo.

Colour

The ICS logo is only two colours. Pantone DS 73-1 C, and Pantone DS 184-1 C. The black and white version uses only Pantone Process Black C.

Please use the white version for negative applications of the ICS Logo. i.e. Placing the logo on a dark colour, black, or over an image/photograph.

Improper Use

Do not enclose the logo within a border, or box, without proper spacing.

Do not apply color to the text. Black or white only.

Do not use the logo in unapproved colours.

Do not use out-of-focus or poor quality artwork to reproduce the logo.

Do not outline the logo.

Do not use the logo in a name, phrase, or sentence as a substitute for the acronym "ICS"

Do not distort the logo and/or change the size ratio.

Do not use different fonts and sizes for the text in the logo.

ICS Logo Download

EPS

  • Stands for Encapsulated PostScript.
  • Format to be used by print shops, ad agencies and design firms.
  • The file can be resized without degradation.
  • Opening this format requires special software such as Illustrator, Freehand, Quark, Photoshop, etc.
  • Does not work with MS Office for Windows applications.

JPEG

  • Best format to use for a website or with MS Office for Windows applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
  • The file should be used at actual size or smaller only. Enlarging the file will result in an unprofessional look.
  • These files are low-resolution and not suitable for high-resolution printing.

PNG

  • Best format to use when you place the logo against a background on a website or in a PowerPoint document.
  • The file should be used at actual size or smaller only. Enlarging the file will result in an unprofessional look.

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University of Manitoba Graphics Standards Guide

The University of Manitoba has their own graphics standards guide. You can view it by going to http://www.umanitoba.ca/publications/graphic_standards/

University of Manitoba Logo Download

To download the logo in various formats, please visit http://www.umanitoba.ca/publications/graphic_standards/download.html. Or, you can follow the direct links:

For more information, or to have a poster printed, please contact:

Joseph Pilapil
204.237.2649
jpilapil@sbrc.ca



Q: When is the last possible moment I can bring you my poster?!

A: We normally state it’s a “day’s time.” We have had some done in as little as an hour. Others have been a day to complete. Remember, we do services for the whole building, and even for outside clients as well – so you may have to wait in line before we can proceed with your print.

Also, some posters brought to us are simple and straight forward. They need no conversions, and no corrections on their logos. Others sometimes have issues with irregular fonts used, or created in programs not commonly used.


Q: I don’t know what size to print this at. What is the regular size?

A: We rarely see more than two or more posters printed at the same size. The answer is; there is no regular size. It is up to you to come prepared with a size in mind. You don’t want it printed incorrectly, because you’ll end up paying for a second poster.


Q: How much does it cost to print a poster?

A: We currently charge $6/sq ft.


Q: Do you laminate? If not, can you send it out for us?

A: We do handle lamination. Please allow an extra day on top of the time to print the poster. Extra fees apply.


Q: What type of file format do you accept or prefer?

A: We can work with MS PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx), MS Publisher (.pub), Adobe Photoshop (.psd), Adobe Illustrator (.ai, .eps), and Adobe PDFs (.pdf).

We have had the least amount of problems printing from Photoshop, Illustrator, and PDF.


Q: What type of paper do you print on?

A: We offer two types of paper. High-gloss, and Matte Polypropylene (Vinyl). The high gloss paper is what we recommend for the average poster.


Q: How large can you print posters?

A: Our printer uses 3.5 ft (42 inches) x 100 ft rolls.


Q: Will my poster fade over time?

A: Currently, our poster printer is not compatible with UV ink. Printing on our high-gloss paper uses more ink, and therefore should last years indoors without fading. It is recommended to keep them out of direct sunlight for long periods of time. Posters printed on our vinyl paper uses much less ink, and in turn, can fade easily, even indoors.

We do plan to upgrade our poster printer with one that is compatible with UV ink. We will announce when this is done.


Q: Can you print to bleed?

A: We trim our own posters. Normally a small white border is left around the edge as a place to use push-pins to hang the posters. If you’d like it cropped right to the edge of the poster, just let us know.

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To purchase any of the above items, please contact Bill Peters, 204.258.1325 or billp@sbrc.ca

http://www.youtube.com/stbonifaceresearch

Featured Videos

Research Pictures

Research Pictures demo reel / commercial

http://youtu.be/ByWlDHMHM74

I Do Research

This video is a 1-minute snapshot of the over 250 current members of the St. Boniface Hospital research “family”, and is dedicated to alumni past and present who have, for a time, made Winnipeg their home.

http://youtu.be/a-GNv9nfEEw

Consider the Bean

Creative video project for the Canadian Centre for Agri-Food Research in Health and Medicine.

http://youtu.be/dFK2LR3pC6A

About St-Boniface Hospital Research

Visual description of St-Boniface Hospital Research.

http://youtu.be/6yGDuHA1C68

Health and Physics (Playlist)

A playlist of six videos covering CT, x-ray, MRI, Ultrasound, LINAC, and Positron Emission Tomography.

Produced by Bill Peters, St. Boniface Hospital Research in partnership with Manitoba Education and the Canadian Cancer Society, Manitoba Division.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD11E7BDDB2C0F6A5

TEDx Manitoba – Karen Letourneau

“The bad news you want to hear; a breakthrough in prenatal ultrasound.”

Karen Letourneau, St-Boniface Hospital, Winnipeg, MB, Canada

http://youtu.be/Mge5Pni5Kyk

Principal Investigators (Playlist)

A playlist of the banner videos found on our PI’s home pages.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLED4F4FC53D89C005

Hope and Healing