Windsor (Ontario)

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Province : Ontario

Arms (crest) of Windsor (Ontario)

Official blazon

Arms : Or on a pale between two roses Gules barbed Vert charged with a cogwheel Or a fleur de lys Or above a rose Or barbed Vert charged with a cogwheel Gules a chief undy Azure.
Crest: Issuant from a coronet rim Or set with maple leaves Gules and trillium flowers proper a demi stag Or bearing over its dexter foreleg a belt of wampum, its sinister foreleg resting on an automobile wheel all proper.
Supporters: On a grassy mound set with two sprigs Vert each bearing a rose a trillium flower and a fringed gentian flower proper and rising above barry wavy Argent and Azure two lions Or both gorged with a Loyalist military coronet Azure pendant therefrom a hurt the dexter charged with a steam locomotive wheel the sinister with a steamboat helmswheel Or each supporting a cornucopia mouth downward showing tomatoes and corn all proper.


The arms were officially granted on May 8, 1992.

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