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INSURANCE INSTITUTE OF ONTARIO
Arms : Barry wavy of six Azure and Argent issuant from the base a phoenix rising from flames proper on a chief Argent an open book proper edged Or bound between two maple leaves Gules
Crest : A bezant charged with a demi-bear couped Sable
Motto : LEARN SECURITY
The arms were officially granted on January 18, 199 (Scotland) and registered in Canada on March 27, 2021.
The phoenix, representing renewal and resurrection, is a common symbol used by insurance companies. The book symbolizes the educational mandate of the Institute. The maple leaf symbolizes Canada. The black bear is taken from the crest of the province of Ontario.
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