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Heraldic Grants: Ontario (Canada)

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Municipalities

TOWN OF GANANOQUE

Gananoque, Ontario
Grant of Arms, Supporters, and Flag
October 11, 2000
Vol. IV, p. 56

Description: A banner of the Arms; Coat of arms: Vert a fess wavy bezanté conjoined with a pallet wavy in chief, both Azure fimbriated Argent, a canton of the Union flag of 1707;

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Pascal Vagnat, 1 August 2005


THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MCNAB/BRAESIDE

Arnprior, Ontario
Grant of Arms, Supporters and Flag
November 17, 2000
Vol. IV, p. 70

Description: A banner of the Arms; Coat of arms: Argent a bend sinister wavy Azure between two crescents from each issuant therein a thistle flower Vert, a chief wavy Azure;

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Government related

QUEEN'S HARBOURMASTER
CAPITAINE DE PORT DE SA MAJESTÉ

Ottawa, Ontario
Approval of a Flag
December 1, 1999
Vol. IV, p. 20

(heraldical description)Argent thereon the national flag of Canada the maple leaf charged with a plate thereon the Royal Crown proper inscribed above with Q.H.M. and below C.P.S.M. in letters Sable

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Pascal Vagnat, 1 August 2005


THE ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE OF CANADA
LE COLLÈGE MILITAIRE ROYAL DU CANADA

Kingston, Ontario
Approval of Regimental Colour
June 1, 2001
Vol. IV, p. 181

Description: Azure a torteau charged with an arm in armour embowed, gauntletted, holding a sprig of three maple leaves Vert and issuant from a wreath Argent and Gules, within an annulus Gules fimbriated and inscribed Royal Military College of Canada • Collège militaire royal du Canada in letters Or, ensigned by the Royal Crown proper, encircled by two maple branches Or bound Gules and surmounted in base by a scroll bearing the motto Truth Duty Valour • Vérité Devoir Vaillance

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THE TORONTO SCOTTISH REGIMENT
(QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER'S OWN)

Toronto, Ontario
Approval of Queen's Colours
January 15, 2004
Vol. IV, p. 351

Description: Gules on a Canadian pale Argent a maple leaf charged with an annulus Gules edged, charged in base with a thistle, inscribed THE TORONTO SCOTTISH REGIMENT (QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER'S OWN) in letters Or and ensigned with the Royal Crown proper

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Pascal Vagnat, 1 August 2005


THE TORONTO SCOTTISH REGIMENT
(QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER'S OWN)

Toronto, Ontario
Approval of Regimental Colours
January 15, 2004
Vol. IV, p. 352

Description: Azure a torteau charged with a saltire Argent surmounted by the numeral 75 Or, within an annulus Gules edged, charged in base with a thistle, inscribed THE TORONTO SCOTTISH REGIMENT (QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER'S OWN) in letters Or, ensigned by the Royal Crown and enclosed by two branches of maple leaves in autumnal tints and thistles proper bound by a riband Gules surmounted by a scroll Or inscribed with the Motto CARRY ON in letters Sable, the whole enclosed by two branches of laurel Or fructed Gules each surmounted by ten scrolls Argent edged Or, those to the dexter inscribed in letters Sable SOMME, 1916; ARRAS, 1917, '18; HILL 70; AMIENS; CANAL DU NORD; DIEPPE; ST. ANDRÉ-SUR-ORNE; ANTWERP-TURNHOUT CANAL; WOENSDRECHT; and THE REICHSWALD; those to the sinister inscribed in letters Sable ANCRE, 1916; VIMY, 1917; PASSCHENDAELE; DROUCOURT-QUÉANT; VALENCIENNES; BOURGUÉBUS RIDGE; FALAISE THE SCHELDT; THE RHINELAND; and THE HOCHWALD; all between four representations of the Royal Cypher of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Or, its Royal Crown proper

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TORONTO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

Toronto, Ontario
Grant of a Flag and Badge
May 10, 2004
Vol. IV, p. 377

Description: Azure the Badge within a bordure Or; Badge: On a bezant the star of life Azure, its rod of Aesculapius Or, the end of each limb ensigned by a coronet erablé Gules, the whole within an annulus Azure inscribed TORONTO and EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES in letters Or, encircled by a wreath of maple leaves Or issuant from a trillium flower proper and ensigned by a mural crown Azure charged with a rose Argent between two trillium flowers proper

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Associations and Other

COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF UNIT COMMENDATION
MENTION ÉLOGIEUSE DU COMMANDANT EN CHEF À L'INTENTION DES UNITÉS

Ottawa, Ontario
Approval of a Flag and Insignia
May 1, 2000
Vol. IV, p. 159

Description: Tierced in pale Azure, Gules and Bleu Celeste, the Crest of the Royal Arms of Canada (on a wreath Argent and Gules a lion passant guardant Or imperially crowned proper and holding in the dexter paw a maple leaf Gules)

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Pascal Vagnat, 1 August 2005


COMMEMORATIVE DISTINCTION GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE
DISTINCTION COMMÉMORATIVE DE LA BATAILLE DU GOLFE SAINT-LAURENT

Ottawa, Ontario
Approval of a Flag
November 4, 1999

Description: Gules on a Canadian Pale wavy Argent cotised to the interior Azure, a maple leaf composed of flames proper charged with a gridiron Azure;

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COMMEMORATIVE DISTINCTION OF THE BRITISH COMMONWEALTH AIR TRAINING PLAN

Ottawa, Ontario
Approval of a Flag
November 1, 2000
Vol. IV, p. 58

No description available.

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Pascal Vagnat, 1 August 2005


MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Toronto, Ontario
Grant of a Flag and Badge
September 16, 2002
Vol. IV, p. 233

Description: A standard, in hoist the Arms of the Medical Alumni Association of the University of Toronto as granted by me on the 22nd day of July 1998 and entered in Volume III, page 263 of the Public Register of Arms, Flags and Badges of Canada (Argent semé of ankhs on a cross engrailed Sable between four bezants a lozenge Or charged with a staff of Aesculapius Vert all within a bordure compony Gules and Or counter-compony Or and Azure), the fly Or charged with the Crest of the said Association (Rising from a mound Vert between two acorns Or leaved Vert an oak tree Or leaved Vert fructed Or) between two representations of the Badge separated by two bends Argent fimbriated Azure inscribed SEMPER FLOREAT, meaning "May it flourish always", in letters Sable

Symbolism: The badge combines several symbols found in the arms of the Medical Alumni Association. The rod of Aesculapius is a traditional symbol of medicine. The lozenge features the colours of the Faculty, red, blue and gold. A circle of oak leaves and acorns, taken from the crests of the University, the Faculty of Medicine and the Medical Alumni Association, completes the design.

Image: at Governor-General's website
Pascal Vagnat, 1 August 2005


R. H. KING ACADEMY

Toronto, Ontario
Grant of Arms, Supporters, Flag and Badge
January 15, 2002
Vol. IV, p. 194

Description: A banner of the Arms with a chief Vert charged with a lion passant guardant Or; Coat of arms: Azure the entrance portal of the former Scarborough High School Argent

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Pascal Vagnat, 1 August 2005


RIDEAU CLUB

Ottawa, Ontario
Grant of Arms, Supporters, Flags and Badge
August 30, 2000
Vol. IV, p. 41

Description: A banner of the Arms; Coat of arms: Azure a chevron Or surmounting a pale retrait in base Argent overall a plate charged with a maple leaf Gules and ensigned by the Royal Crown Or

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Quoting from Rideau Club website:

The Rideau Club is a respected meeting place in the National Capital where leading men and women from business, government and other segments of the community come together, in a welcoming atmosphere to further their shared interests. It cherishes its traditions while adapting to necessary change.

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SHAW FESTIVAL THEATRE FOUNDATION, CANADA

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Registration of Arms, Supporters, Flag and Badge
October 15, 2001
Vol. IV, p. 145

No description or image available.
Pascal Vagnat, 1 August 2005


ST. PATRICK'S HIGH SCHOOL

Ottawa, Ontario Grant of Arms and Flag
July 5, 2001
Vol. IV, p. 128

Description: Argent a saltire Gules, overall an escutcheon of the Arms; Coat of arms:Argent a saltire Gules, on a chief Vert between two maple leaves a monogram composed of an annulus enclosing the letter M and surmounted by a Latin cross Or;

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Pascal Vagnat, 1 August 2005


THE ST. GEORGE'S SOCIETY OF TORONTO

Toronto, Ontario
Grant of Arms, Supporters, Flag and Badge
September 16, 2002
Vol. IV, p. 237

Description: A banner of the Arms; Coat of arms: Argent a cross cotised by eight demi maple leaves Gules

Symbolism: The central symbol makes a clear reference to the traditional symbol of St. George, a red cross on white, differenced by the addition of the split maple leaves, indicating the Society's position as the premier organization dedicated to St. George in Canada. This is the first time maple leaves have been used in this way, and they were inspired in part by the armorial bearings of the St. George's Society of New York.

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Pascal Vagnat, 1 August 2005


THE TORONTO SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY

Toronto, Ontario
Grant of Arms and Flag
March 1, 2001
Vol. IV, p. 106

Description: A banner of the arms; Coat of arms: Argent a cross Azure between four oak leaves fructed Vert, overall an open book Argent bound Sable inscribed with the Greek word ÓYNEPÃOYNTEÓ;

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Pascal Vagnat, 1 August 2005


WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' UNION

Waterloo, Ontario
Grant of Arms, Supporters, Flag and Badge
January 15, 2003
Vol. IV, p. 271

Description: A banner of the Arms; Coat of arms:Argent a sprig of three maple leaves Gules, on a chief wavy Purpure a bar wavy Or below a Luther rose (Argent seeded of a heart Gules bearing a Latin cross Argent) and an antique lamp Argent enflamed Or

Symbolism: The Students' Union exists as a body within the University. Thus, this relationship is alluded to in the chief division of the shield and by retaining the Luther rose, a symbol of the University's heritage. The silver lamp of learning links to the open book in the arms of the University, signifying that the students are seekers of the knowledge which is being opened to them by the University. The sprig of red maple leaves makes a final link to the maple leaves in the arms of Wilfrid Laurier University, reversing the colours that appear on the University coat of arms. The wavy fess indicates that students are not expected to stand still, but to "make waves" and become innovators of change.

Image: at Governor-General's website
Pascal Vagnat, 1 August 2005

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