Tom Graham

Tom Graham

Monday, 04 February 2013 20:56


Glengarry County is a unique area in eastern Ontario that celebrates its rich Celtic heritage through numerous festivals & events. TD Graham + Associates was hired create a brand for the region that captured the essence of its assets and traditions. We developed the tagline "Ontario's Celtic Heartland" and designed a brand that included the Glengarry tartan – recreated pixel by pixel from the actual Scottish plaid commissioned by the Glengarry Highland Games Association.

The brand won first place at the Economic Developers Council of Ontario Marketing Awards. Other elements of the branding entry included identity guidelines and suggested layouts for promotional material including a rack card and ad layouts. Judges comments about the entry: "Fun, cool, edgy. Good use of heritage, using the tartan throughout." Och, laddie! Can ye hear the pipes?!

Monday, 04 February 2013 20:52

North Grenville

One of eastern Ontario’s fastest growing municipalities, North Grenville – including Kemptville and surrounding area – is a unique blend of rural and small town culture. TD Graham + Associates has provided extensive marketing support to help put this community of almost 17,000 on the map. From the design of the brand and signage, to the development of economic development investment strategies and materials, we’ve helped this community get the message out to residents, businesses and prospective investors.

With our web partners Probase Web, we’ve created economic development and tourism websites, along with a brand new, completely responsive municipal site:

Monday, 04 February 2013 20:41

Leeds & Grenville

This County of almost 100,000 people, located in eastern Ontario had recently developed a new brand for the area. TD Graham + Associates has worked with the County for many years on several projects, the most recent of which included the design and printing of its first-ever Community Guide, and Investment Profile.

The project called for the “Development of a clean and bold creative design concept using the Leeds Grenville brand while introducing for the first time an associate brand connection to our iconic regional assets of the 1000 Islands and the Rideau Canal.”

These two publications are key documents for the County and will be utilized by numerous municipalities and citizens in various capacities throughout the region. Other recent projects have included signage and trade show display, in order to present a consistent brand for the region.

Wednesday, 30 January 2013 17:02


Officially dubbed Canada’s ‘Most Beautiful Village’ by Communities in Bloom, and with more designated heritage buildings than any other Ontario community of like size, Merrickville is a unique and vibrant Victorian village on the Rideau Canal.

TD Graham + Associates was engaged to design a brand for the amalgamated community, that would reflect its heritage and culture, both as a village and as a rural, agricultural community. The resulting brand portrays Merrickville-Wolford as a combination of these things, in a heritage style worthy of its tagline, Jewel of the Rideau.

Brand elements designed for this community included stationery, collateral materials and website – created with the help of our tech partners, Probase Web.

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 11:27

South Nation Conservation

 As one of Ontario’s 36 Conservation Authorities, SNC protects and restores regional ecosystems. They have a mandate to manage the natural resources in the watershed, with the help of many forward-thinking individuals, groups, and agencies.

TD Graham + Associates has worked with SNC for many years, creating effective maps and interpretive displays and signage. An important educational project we helped create for rural households is the Healthy Home Guidebook. Now in its 5th printing, the guidebook is available through SNC. Visit

Monday, 04 February 2013 21:18

Sustainable Pickering

The City of Pickering was one of the first cities in Canada to have an Office of Sustainability. Today, The City's award winning sustainability program has grown and evolved, but has remained grounded in five broad sustainability objectives: Healthy Environment, Healthy Economy, Healthy Society, Responsible Development, and Responsible Consumption.

TD Graham + Associates has been working with the City’s Sustainability office since its beginning, to design and develop promotional and educational materials. The Celebrating Sustainable Neighbourhoods program and the Measuring Sustainability Report are two projects we’re especially proud to have helped with.

Check out more here 

Monday, 04 February 2013 21:16

NG Recycles

The Municipality of North Grenville quickly recognized the need to promote sustainable, responsible waste management rolling out numerous initiatives such as special large item pickup days, backyard composting, reuse centres and more.

TD Graham + Associates was asked to apply their expertise to produce compelling images and messaging in community-friendly designs to convey North Grenville’s messaging to their residents with successful results!

Monday, 04 February 2013 21:07


EcoPerth was born out of a need to take action on climate change. From there, this small group of dedicated citizens in the eastern Ontario town of Perth, morphed into a force to be reckoned with regarding anything to do with the environment. Their initiatives continue to be adopted by many municipalities.

TD Graham + Associates has had the honour to help out with EcoPerth’s Waste Management promotional material providing leading-edge brochures, newsletters, support materials and web support.

Monday, 04 February 2013 20:18

Edmonton North Primary Care Network

The Edmonton North Primary Care Network (PCN) is made up of doctors and healthcare professionals working together to improve community health. Opened in 2007, Edmonton North PCN is one of 42 Primary Care Networks operating across the province. Since that time, TD Graham + Associates has provided design services to assist their health professionals communicate better with their clients.

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