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ROUGE HERALD EXTRAORDNINARY
Institute: Canadian Heraldic Authority
Badge: Five fleurs-de-lis their bases conjoined at the centre Gules.
The fleurs-de-lis and the red colour allude to the Rouge River in the eastern part of the City of Toronto, a river named by French explorers in reference to red clay. The space at the centre of the badge resembles a white rose, a symbol of York, the original name of Toronto. Granted on June 26, 2007.
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