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The Canadian Academy of Engineering
Grant of Arms and Supporters
May 15, 1992
Vol. II, p. 169
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Argent between a sun in splendour and a maple leaf Gules a fess the base enarched Gules masoned Argent;
A beaver sejant erect Gules holding between the forepaws a key wards upwards and outwards Argent;
Standing upon a bridge of reinforced concrete proper surmounting barry wavy of three Azure and Argent two pantheons Gules unguled and semé of estoiles Argent each grasping with the interior hoof a flash of lightning Gules;
CREARE ET CONSERVARE. This Latin phrase means "To create and to preserve".
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