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Brian Robert James Harris
Vancouver, British Columbia
Grant of Arms
August 20, 1990
Vol. II, p. 38
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Azure on a chevron Or between in chief two maple leaves issuing out of as many crescents Or and in base a stag's head affronty all Or three mullets Gules;
Issuant from a coronet érablé Or its rim incised with half notes Azure a rod of Aesculapius the shaft terminating in a maple leaf Gules the serpent Or all framed by two fern fronds Argent;
AMOR VINCIT VERITAS SUPERAT. This Latin phrase means "Love conquers, the truth prevails".
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