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  Encyclopedia: Coat of Arms of Saskatchewan
Canadian coats of arms The Coat of Arms of Alberta, a Province of Canada was granted by Royal Warrant on May 30, 1907 by King Edward VII of the United Kingdom.
Coat of Arms of the Northwest Territories The Coat of Arms of the Northwest Territories (AKA: Armourial Bearings) was given royal warrant on February 7, 1957, by Queen Elizabeth II.
The coat of arms of Prince Edward Island, known officially as The Arms of Her Majesty in Right of the Province of Prince Edward Island, was begun when the shield and motto in the achievement were granted in 1905 by royal warrant of the late King Edward VII.
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 Coat of Arms of Saskatchewan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first part of the coat of arms of the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, officially the Arms of Her Majesty in Right of the Province of Saskatchewan, was the shield, which was assigned by royal warrant of King Edward VII on August 25, 1906.
The remainder of the coat of arms was requested by the province in 1985, Saskatchewan Heritage Year, and was granted by royal proclamation of Queen Elizabeth II on September 16, 1986.
The lion's badge is emblazoned with a maple leaf and the deer's, with a red lily.
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 Eureka4you.com - Saskatchewan - Land of Living Skies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The shield of arms of Saskatchewan is in the upper quarter near the staff, and the provincial floral emblem, the western red lily, is positioned on the fly half of the flag.
The coat of arms of Saskatchewan was granted by royal warrant of King Edward VII on August 25, 1906.
The Saskatchewan District tartan (registered with the Court of the Lord Lyon, King of Arms of Scotland, 1961), the white birch, wheat (sheaf) and the sharp-tailed grouse.
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 Saskatchewan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Saskatchewan is (approximately) a quadrilateral bounded on the west by Alberta, on the north by the Northwest Territories, on the east by Manitoba, and on the south by the American states of Montana and North Dakota.
Saskatchewan is also the world's most important supplier of uranium, and supplies much of the western world's supplies.
The current premier of Saskatchewan is New Democrat Lorne Calvert, whose government was re-elected in the 2003 election with a slim majority government--the NDP won 30 seats in the 58-seat Legislative Assembly, while the Saskatchewan Party won the remaining 28 seats.
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 Encyclopedia: Coat of Arms of Canada
The Royal Coat of Arms of Canada (formally known as The Arms of Her Majesty in Right of Canada) was proclaimed by King George V on November 21, 1921, as the Arms or Ensigns Armorial of the Dominion of Canada.
Initially, the leaves were coloured green on the coat of arms because it was thought to represent youth, as opposed to the red colour of dying leaves in autumn.
In heraldry, the shield is the principal portion of a heraldic achievement or coat of arms.
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 Coat of Arms of Prince Edward Island - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The additions to the arms were granted on 26 April 2002, and the process was completed on December 13, 2002, when Adrienne Clarkson, Governor-General of Canada, unveiled the crest, supporters, and compartment, after which the full achievement was taken into official use.
The crown represents royal sovereignty and its use in the arms is an honour granted by the Queen.
The crown and is use is the concessions of honour/queen on behalf of imperial sovereignty in the arm by the queen.
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 Regina, Saskatchewan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Regina is the provincial capital of Saskatchewan, Canada and was incorporated as a city on June 19, 1903.
After Saskatchewan became a province on September 1, 1905, Regina was officially decreed the capital on May 23, 1906.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders have the distinction of being a community-owned professional sports team and hold the Canadian record for most consecutive winning seasons.
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 Coat of Arms of Canada
Canada's coat of arms was proclaimed by King George V on November 21, 1921, as the Arms or Ensigns Armorial of the Dominion of Canada.
The sprig of red maple leaves at the bottom is a distinctly Canadian symbol that became gradually identified with the country throughout the 19th century.
The heraldic blazon of Canada's coat of arms, proclaimed in 1921 was:
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 Government Relations | Office of Protocol and Honours
To the left of the shield of arms is a royal lion, a traditional heraldic symbol; and to the right a white-tailed deer, an animal indigenous to Saskatchewan and the provincial animal.
The colours in the coat of arms derive from nature and represent aspects typical of the province: ochre or gold for wheat; green for forests and grass; red for the western red lily or prairie fires; brown for the soil.
The shield of arms surmounted by the Crown and surrounded by a wreath of western red lilies is used on the uniforms and vehicles of provincial law enforcement officers.
www.gr.gov.sk.ca /Protocol/Emblems/coat_of_arms.htm   (783 words)

  
 Coat of Arms of Quebec - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Arms of Her Majesty in Right of the Province of Quebec was assigned by royal warrant of Queen Victoria on May 26, 1868 to be the coat of arms of Quebec.
The arms were modified by Order-in-Council of the Quebec government on December 9, 1939.
It has been argued that since heraldry is a royal prerogative, not provincial, that the Quebec government had no authority to make this change; however, this coat is the one used by the Quebec government since that time, and no serious attempt to change the situation has come to light.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Coat+of+Arms+of+Quebec   (413 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Saskatchewan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Regina, Saskatchewan Regina is the provincial capital of Saskatchewan, Canada and was incorporated as a city on June 19, 1903.
Lorne Calvert (born December 24, 1954 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) is the current premier of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Act is legislation passed by the Canadian Parliament that established the province of Saskatchewan on September 1, 1905.
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 Coat of Arms of Saskatchewan: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Coat of Arms of Saskatchewan
Coat of Arms of Saskatchewan: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Coat of Arms of Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Coat of Arms (Government of Saskatchewan) (http://www.iaa.gov.sk.ca/protocol/html/Emblems/coatarms.htm)
The image Saskcoat.jpg is (c) 2002 Government of Saskatchewan and is used in Encyclopedian by special permission.
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 Heraldry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A given coat of arms may be drawn in many different ways, all considered equivalent, just as the letter "A" may be printed in many different fonts while still being the same letter.
The word "crest" is commonly used to refer to a coat of arms.
(For example, such arms are sometimes caused by the addition of honourable augmentations granted by the monarch, which always ignore the rule of tincture.) One of the most famous armes à enquerre was the shield of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, which had gold crosses on white.
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 Saskatchewan municipalities
As in the arms, it is granted to the city as a special honour by Her Majesty the Queen on the recommendation of His Excellency the Governor General.
COAT OF ARMS: The elements of the City's original insignia, dating from 1906, have been reinterpreted in heraldic form as the central part of the new coat of arms.
Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet.
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 Old Time Photo By Miss Kitty's - Authentic Old Time Photos
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 Documents, Posters & Signs - Canadian Heritage Gallery
Coat of Arms New Brunswick obtained its Coat of Arms from the British Crown in 1868.
Coat of Arms Saskatchewan acquired its Coat of Arms in 1906.
Coat of Arms Albert acquired its Coat of Arms in 1907.
www.canadianheritage.org /galleries/documents0300.htm   (164 words)

  
 Saskatchewan (Canada)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It consists of the provincial shield of arms surmounted by the Crown and surrounded by a wreath of ten maple leaves, on a royal blue background.
A Coat of Arms is granted to the Lieutenant Governor by the Canadian Crown as a permanent mark of identity in honour of service to the Crown.
The individual Coat of Arms is created by the Canadian Heraldic Authority at Rideau Hall featuring the prominent areas of interest as advised by the Lieutenant Governor.
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 Saskatchewan's Top News Stories: Beginnings and Landmarks
The province's official flag---the Saskatchewan coat of arms and a prairie lily on a green and gold field---was officially dedicated in an hour-long ceremony in the legislative chamber.
The flag, although flying in the face of tradition to the extent that it did not gain approval from Britain's College of Arms, was chosen by a free vote in the legislature from 4,025 designs submitted in a contest by Saskatchewan and former Sasktchewan residents.
Saskatchewan, which joined Confederation on Sept. 1, 1905, is the last province to adopt an official flag.
library.usask.ca /sni/stories/beg33.html   (484 words)

  
 Provincial Secretary #01-192 - OFFICIAL SPORT & ANIMAL FOR SASKATCHEWAN - Government News Release   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Saskatchewan's natural environment, its rich tradition of curling and the prestige and respect of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit were recognized today with the introduction of the Provincial Emblems and Honours Amendment Act.
The white-tailed deer is a familiar animal on the prairies and is already a part of the provincial coat of arms.
Saskatchewan has produced many of the greatest men's and women's champions in the history of curling.
www.gov.sk.ca /newsrel/releases/2001/04/04-192.html   (297 words)

  
 City of Saskatoon · City Hall · Coat of Arms
During the year 1948, the question of the City's Coat of Arms was brought to the attention of City Council.
It was considered advisable that the City's Coat of Arms be properly adopted and approved and Professor A.L.C. Atkinson was requested to design a new Coat of Arms and Crest.
The silver open book of learning bound in fl leather, on a green field, is taken directly from the Arms of the University of Saskatchewan and marks the connection between the academic seat and the City.
www.city.saskatoon.sk.ca /org/city_hall/crest.asp   (268 words)

  
 Description
The arms of Canada show a royal helmet, which is a barred helm of gold looking outward and draped in a mantle of white and red which are the official colours of Canada.
At the base of the arms are the floral emblems associated with the Canadian Monarchy: the English rose, the Scottish thistle, the French fleur-de-lis and the Irish shamrock.
In 1957, when Canada's arms were slightly modified to produce a cleaner more contemporary design, the Government replaced the original Tudor crown of the 1921 design by a crown that would represent not just one of the royal families of English monarchs, but centuries of kings and queens of England.
www.pch.gc.ca /progs/cpsc-ccsp/sc-cs/arm2_e.cfm   (1474 words)

  
 Image:Coatarms labld.jpg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Coat of Arms of Saskatchewan, with the parts labelled.
Certain graphic images including the Coat of Arms and Wheat Sheaf are Government logos and emblematic of the Saskatchewan Government.
And yet the Merry Monarch's was a King remembered and claimed by the restored throne of England, and having the vanity of new clothes and a pretty figure, did we-- making sport of the Philistines with a proper national sense of.
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 Encyclopedia: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Saskatoon is the most populous city in the province of Saskatchewan, and has been since the mid-1970s.
The Qu'Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan Railway reached Saskatoon in 1890 and crossed the South Saskatchewan River, causing a boom in development on the west side of the river.
The Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company Inc. (SNTC) is a cultural/arts organization founded with the understanding that arts and culture are intertwined and is an integral part of the human make-up.
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 Coat of Arms of Saskatchewan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The remainder of the coat of arms requested by the province in 1985 Saskatchewan Year and was granted by royal proclamation Queen Elizabeth II on September 16 1986.
The helmet above the shield is gold faces left a symbol of Saskatchewan's co-sovereign in Confederation.
The crest is a beaver Canada's national animal holding a Western lily Saskatchewan's provincial flower.
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 Facts on Canada - Canadian Coat Of Arms
The supporters on the Canadian Coat of Arms show a lion on the shield's right holding a silver lance topped with gold, flying the Royal Union flag, and on the shield's left is a unicorn with a gold horn, mane, and hoofs.
Later, on April 21, 1921, the Order in Council proposed the motto for the new coat of arms, and it was finally confirmed by Royal Proclamation on November 21, 1921.
The floral emblems of Canada's founding nations are represented at the bottom of the coat of arms, namely, the English Rose, Scottish Thistle, Irish Shamrock, and French Fleurs-de-Lis.
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 Information about Canada FDC: 30¢ Saskatchewan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Saskatchewan's southern badlands and acres of farms can be deceiving, giving the impression that the province is completely a praire.
The three sheaves of wheat on Saskatchewan's distinctive Coat of Arms call attention to the vast grainfields.
Approved by King Edward VII, Saskatchewan's distinctive Coat of Arms was officially recognized on August 25, 1906.
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