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St. George's School
Vancouver, British Columbia
Registration of Arms
September 15, 2017
Vol. VI, p. 755
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Argent a cross Gules, in the canton a maple leaf bendwise Vert all within a bordure Gules;
Upon a grassy mount proper, the mounted figure of St. George vested of a tabard of the Arms and slaying a dragon proper;
SINE TIMORE AUT FAVORE;
The red cross on a white background is the traditional symbol of St. George. The maple leaf identifies the school as a Canadian institution.
The image of St. George represented as a knight slaying a dragon dates back to the Middle Ages.
This Latin phrase means “Without fear or favour”.
Canada Gazette Information
The announcement of the Letters Patent was made on March 31, 2018, in Volume 152, page 897 of the Canada Gazette.
Original concept of the College of Arms, London.
Artist of the College of Arms, London / Artiste du Collège d’armes, Londres
* Not applicable / Sans objet
The recipient’s emblems were originally recorded at the College of Arms, London, England, 9 October 1984.