- Coat of arms of Barrie
Coat of arms of Barrie Details Armiger The Corporation of the City of Barrie Adopted 1977, registered with Canadian Heraldic Authority 2005 Crest Issuant from a mural crown Gules, a mount Vert thereon a mercat cross Or Torse Azure and Argent Helm A Gentleman's helm mantled Azure doubled Argent Escutcheon Argent three bars gemel wavy Azure, on a chief Gules a naval crown between a winged wheel and a cog wheel Or Supporters Dexter a private soldier in the uniform of the Canadian Army of the First World War standing easy with a rifle supported by the dexter hand, sinister the goddess Ceres proper vested argent wreathed about the temples with a garland of corn ears Or holding in the sinister hand a basket of fruit proper at the feet a garb Or Motto THE PEOPLE ARE THE CITY Other elements The badge: on a pentagram Or a mural crown Argent charged with a bar gemel wavy Azure
The coat of arms of Barrie was granted by the College of Arms on 1 March 1977. The grant included the full coat of arms as well as a flag and a badge, both derived from the arms. The city registered the arms with the Canadian Heraldic Authority on 20 January 2005.
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