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The Royal Arms of the United Kingdom (quartering the arms of England, Scotland and Ireland) were the essential symbol of royal authority in Canada at this period and into the twentieth century. The Confederation of Canada was created by an Act of the British Parliament and given Royal Assent by Queen Victoria.
Additional provinces and territories joined Canada in the years following Confederation, and there was a natural desire to augment the original arms with additional quarterings. The first post card on the left (1905) shows the arms of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, followed by the devices used by Manitoba (which differs from the granted arms by the bison running instead of standing), British Columbia (a non-armorial design; the postcard is out-of-date in that BC stopped using this device in 1896), and Prince Edward Island (which differs from the granted arms by the lack of the chief).
Because these arrangements were so cluttered, they were found to be completely unsatisfactory. Arms as painted in 1957by Allan BeddoeIn the base of the shield was placed a sprig of three maple leaves to represent Canada. As supporters, the lion and the unicorn from the British arms were recruited, and differenced by having them hold flags: the English lion holds the Union Jack, while the Scottish unicorn holds the banner of Royal France. The crest is also based on the British one, with the addition of the maple leaf held by the lion. The compartment is a bed of the floral emblems of the four founding nations: the English rose, the Scottish thistle, the Irish shamrock, and the French lily. Tierced in fess: the first two divisions containing the quarterly coat following, namely, 1st Gules three lions passant guardant in pale or, 2nd, Or a lion rampant within a double tressure flory-counter-flory Gules, 3rd, Azure a harp or stringed Argent, 4th, Azure, three fleurs-de-lis Or, and the third division Argent three maple leaves conjoined on one stem proper. Upon a Royal helmet mantled argent doubled Gules the Crest, that is to say, On a wreath of the colours Argent and Gules a lion passant guardant or imperially crowned proper and holding in the dexter paw a maple leaf Gules. The present design of the arms of Canada was drawn by Cathy Bursey-Sabourin, Fraser Herald at the Canadian Heraldic Authority, and was approved by H.M.
This version has gradually replaced the Beddoe rendition as the one used by the federal government.
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Nevertheless, each colony possessed a great seal, and these contained distinctive emblematic devices.
Until 1921, the quartered arms of the first four provinces continued to be the only legally sanctioned coat of arms for the Dominion of Canada.
The second card on the right (1907) shows nine quarterings: Ontario, a device designed for (but never used by) the Yukon Territory, Quebec, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, Saskatchewan (with the chief erroneously tinctured argent rather than or), Nova Scotia, British Columbia, and New Brunswick.
Thus, a coat of arms was formally assigned to the Dominion of Canada by Royal Proclamation in 1921, as shown below.
It has been theorized that three leaves were chosen to represent the three founding peoples -- French, British, and First Nations -- but it is much more likely that three was chosen because a sprig of three fits elegantly into the space of a shield (see the similar sprigs in Ontario and Quebec). Some people mistakenly take the chains worn by the unicorn to signify that the Francophones of Canada are conquered and oppressed, which is untrue.
The motto means "From Sea to Sea", and is taken from Psalm 72: "He shall have dominion from sea to sea". This rendition was made by Alan Beddoe, the Founder of the Heraldry Society of Canada, and it became very familiar to Canadians as the version used by the Government of Canada until the mid-1990s. The use of these arms by the government is determined by the Treasury Board Secretariat through its Federal Identity Program.
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Two examples are shown here, both representing the obverse sides of the great seals deputed of Upper Canada (image on the right) and Lower Canada (image on the left), in use on successive seals from 1792 to 1832. This document also assigned to Canada as a whole the arms of the four provinces quartered together on one shield: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. In many cases these were not legal arms but rather devices based on the provincial seal or assumed arms. Nevertheless, the multi-quartered versions were very popular, and were widely used on porcelain, post cards, and red ensigns, particularly in the first few years of the 20th century. Although these quarters appear in the British arms to represent the fact that these nations are part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, their appearance in the Canadian Arms is meant to represent the fact that these are three of the founding peoples of Canada.


There was some disagreement about the colour of the leaves: Prime Minister Borden thought that the leaves should be red, since maple leaves are most distinctive when red, while the College of Arms thought that they should be green, to signify a young, growing country. The chains actually signify that the unicorn cannot be oppressed, since the chains are broken and, if reattached to anything, will be broken again. This version also changed the design of the Royal Crown from the "Tudor Crown" depiction used for the previous half-century to one with depressed arches that more closely resembles the actual St. It includes a new element: an annulus behind the shield bearing the motto of the Order of Canada, Desiderantes Meliorem Patriam ("They desire a better country").
Generally speaking, the arms of Canada are used by Cabinet ministers, Members of Parliament and Senators, and the federal judiciary.
There is golf 1km away and Benidorm is another world away at 10km offering its array of cultural attractions. The arms of Nova Scotia were an entirely different design from those assigned c.1625, and which were reinstituted in 1928. This situation was largely rectified in the period 1905-1907, when arms were formally granted to no fewer than five provinces. The fourth quarter, Azure, three fleurs-de-lys or, of course represents Royal France, thus symbolizing the foundation of Canada by France. A compromise was reached: the leaves were described as "proper", which basically means that they were to be leaf-coloured. The unicorn with the chain has been used as a Scottish royal symbol since long before the union with England. This excellent yet minor addition provoked a great deal of debate (excerpts from Hansard Debates can be found here, which demonstrated a thorough misunderstanding of heraldry by our parliamentarians. Nevertheless, a shield made of nine quarterings was impossibly complex as a national symbol, and proposals for an entirely new design for the arms of Canada started to appear. Since maple leaves can properly be red, green, or gold, depending on the time of year, it is correct to show them either way.




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