Coat of Arms of Canada - Motto: A MARI USQUE AD MARE ("From Sea to Sea", taken from Psalm 72: "He shall have dominion from sea to sea"). Annulus behind the shield bears the Motto of the Order of Canada: Desiderantes Meliorem Patriam ("They desire a better country").
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The St. George's Society of Toronto was granted its coat of arms by the Canadian Heraldic Authority in 2002. The shield, white with a red cross and half maple leaves, refers to the traditional symbol of St. George and is the first time maple leaves have been used in this way.
Nova Scotia coat of arms- The coat of arms of the province of Nova Scotia is the oldest provincial achievement of arms in Canada, and the oldest British coat of arms outside Great Britain. It was granted in 1625 by King Charles I for the first Scottish colony on the Canadian mainland. The arms were also borne by the Baronets of Nova Scotia, a chivalric oath.