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The Canadian Academy of Clinical Biochemistry
Grant of Arms and Supporters
January 21, 1991
Vol. II, p. 92
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Per chevron Gules and Or in chief a pale Argent between two open books proper bound Or each surmounted by a rod of Aesculapius also Or and in base a pan balance Gules between the point of the chevron wavy Argent merged with the pale and the point of the base wavy Gules;
Issuing from a coronet érablé Or a demi-lion Gules armed langued and goutté d'Or holding in pale in its dexter paw a scroll Argent bound and bearing a pendant seal edged dancetty Gules;
On a grassy mound two lions Gules armed langued and goutté d'Or;
QUANTO QUALIQUE DIAGNOSCERE. This Latin phrase means "Always seek the truth".
In general, the symbolism of emblems prior to 2000 does not exist in an appropriate format for the online Register.
Canada Gazette Information
The announcement of the Letters Patent was made on June 8, 1991, in Volume 125, page 1922 of the Canada Gazette.
Original concept of Robert D. Watt, Chief Herald of Canada, assisted by the heralds of the Canadian Heraldic Authority.
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