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Corporation of the Township of Cumberland
Registration of Arms, Supporters, Flag and Badge
May 20, 1998
Vol. III, p. 245
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Azure two axes in saltire Or heads uppermost Argent on a chief wavy also Argent two barrulets wavy Azure;
Upon a compartment composed of logs and sticks floating upon water proper on either side a beaver Or that on the dexter gorged with a collar Gules charged with roses Argent barbed and seeded proper that on the sinister with a collar Azure charged with fleurs-de-lis Or;
Perched on a mural crown Or a Blue Jay holding in the beak a trillium slipped proper;
AVORUM HONORI. This Latin phrase means "For the honour of our ancestors".
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