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Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario

Toronto, Ontario
Grant of Arms, Supporters, Flag and Badges
September 29, 1992
Vol. II, p. 193

Arms of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario

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Blazon

Arms

Vert the present mace and historic mace of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario in saltire Or surmounted by an escutcheon of the Arms of Her Majesty in Right of the Province of Ontario fimbriated Or all within a bordure embattled Or;

Crest

Rising from a coronet the rim Or jewelled with amethysts Purpure the upper edge set alternately with maple leaves Gules and trillium flowers Argent seeded Or leaved Vert a demi griffin Vert holding in the dexter foreclaw a calumet palewise Or;

Supporters

On a grassy mound set in the foreground with sprigs of maple leaves Gules trillium flowers and roses Argent dexter a white-tailed doe (odocoileus virginianus) Or gorged with a Loyalist civil coronet Vert pendant therefrom a pomeis charged with a representation of the Royal Crown proper sinister a white tailed stag Or gorged with a Loyalist military coronet Vert pendant therefrom a pomeis charged with a representation of the Royal Crown tempore 1792;

Motto

AUDI ALTERAM PARTEM. This Latin phrase means "Listen to the other party".


Symbolism

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