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Peter Robert Beverley Armstrong
Vancouver, British Columbia
Grant of Arms, Flag and Badge, with differences to Ashley Armstrong, Chelsea Elizabeth Kelly Armstrong and Tristan Beverley Graham Armstrong
March 15, 2006
Vol. V, p. 16
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Azure a chevron between three suns in splendour Or;
Issuant from a Loyalist civil coronet Gules an arm embowed vambraced and gauntleted proper grasping two maple leaves, one Or, the other Gules;
The chevron represents the mountain ranges of British Columbia. The suns symbolize the light of inspiration, important for entrepreneurship, plus power and strength. As well, the three suns represent Mr. Armstrong’s three children.
The arm is a pun on the surname Armstrong. The Loyalist civil coronet represents Mr. Armstrong’s Loyalist ancestry.
Meaning “I remain unconquered”, this Motto has been used within Mr. Armstrong’s family for many years.