Province : Ontario
These arms are not officially granted.
The maple leaves at the top are reproduced from the County of Dufferin Coat of Arms and signify that Mono is one of its constituent municipalities, in addition to their symbolism of Canada itself.
The plough is a historical recognition of the farming pioneers who settled Mono and of the continued importance of agriculture in the municipality.
The three fish represent the three major rivers whose headwaters rise in Mono: the Credit, the Humber and the Nottawasaga, and also the abundant wildlife.
The tree represents Mono’s forests and natural beauty.
The skier represents the availability of recreational activities in Mono and the rolling terrain which constitutes much of the landscape.
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