Saint-Laurent Herald

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Coat of arms (crest) of Saint-Laurent Herald

Official blazon

Badge: A cross flory Azure surmounting a grid Or enflamed proper.


The gridiron symbol of the martyrdom of St. Lawrence, the namesake of Eastern Canada's greatest and most historic river, is shown enflamed beneath a blue cross, the ends of which terminate in fleurs-de-lis, symbol of Royal France, New France and Quebec. Granted January 15, 1994.

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