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Corman Park, Saskatchewan
Grant of Arms and Badge
September 15, 2021
Vol. VIII, p. 21
Arms of the Corman Park Police Service
Vert three crescents interlaced, a chief tapissé of wheat Or;
Gold and green are the provincial colours of Saskatchewan. The gold wheat pattern represents the verdant agriculture of the municipality. Each crescent stands for the C in Corman, and the three of them indicate that three municipalities were amalgamated to create the Rural Municipality of Corman Park in 1970.
This phrase highlights the relationship between the Police Service and the members of the community.
Badge of the Corman Park Police Service
The Arms within an annulus Azure edged and inscribed with the Motto in letters Argent, the whole environed by a wreath of maple leaves Or issuant from a western red lily and ensigned by the Royal Crown proper;
The design follows the traditional structure of a municipal police badge. The Royal Crown indicates that the officers of the Service enforce the Queen’s peace and the justice of the Crown. The western red lily is the provincial flower of Saskatchewan, and the maple leaves symbolize Canada.
Original concept of Darrel Kennedy, Assiniboine Herald, assisted by the heralds of the Canadian Heraldic Authority.