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The Royal Canadian Geographical Society
Registration of Arms and Supporters
June 11, 1991
Vol. II, p. 98
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Azure an annulet Or surmounted of a compass rose of eight points Argent charged in the centre with a maple leaf slipped Gules on a canton also Argent a representation of the Royal Crown proper;
In front of a Canada goose wings elevated and displayed the northern hemisphere of a terrestrial globe all proper;
On a grassy mound on either side a malamute sled-dog proper;
DUCIT AMOR PATRIAE. This Latin phrase means "The love of country leads me".
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