St. Andrews (Manitoba)

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Province : Manitoba

Arms (crest) of St. Andrews (Manitoba)

Official blazon

Arms : Azure on a saltire nowy Argent a bison statant Azure.
Crest: The southwest bastion of Lower Fort Garry proper.
Supporters: Two does Argent unguled Azure standing on a limestone outcrop proper.
Motto: Two does Argent unguled Azure standing on a limestone outcrop proper


The arms were officially granted on September 20, 2007.

A blue shield with a white diagonal cross is the coat of arms attributed to St. Andrew. The bison is taken from the arms of Manitoba.

Lower Fort Garry, located in St. Andrews, was a significant fur-trading post.

The does are a reference to the rapids known as Sault à la biche (biche is French for doe). The limestone is a local geological feature.

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