Saskatchewan is one of Canada’s provinces, and has established several provincial symbols.
Coat of arms
Coat of Arms of Saskatchewan
September 16, 1986
Coat of arms granted by royal proclamation of Queen Elizabeth II
Multis e gentibus vires
From many peoples, strength
Granted with the coat of arms by royal proclamation of Queen Elizabeth II
Shield of arms
Shield of Saskatchewan
August 25, 1906
Shield of arms granted by the Royal Warrant of King Edward VII
Saskatchewan’s Wheat Sheaf
Used to identify government programs and organizations
Flag of Saskatchewan
Green for northern forests, gold for southern grain fields
The Great Seal
The Great Seal of Saskatchewan
May 7, 1991
First Great Seal of Saskatchewan granted by royal warrant of King Edward VII on August 25, 1906, The Great Seal of Saskatchewan of 1991 was authorized by an Order-in-Council.
Pedioectes phasianellus jamesi
The Sharp-tailed Grouse lives year-round in Saskatchewan
Used as firewood, for plywood, and for construction of canoes
Was given official status by amendments to The Provincial Emblems and Honours Act in May 1997
First appeared in Saskatchewan coat of arms in 1986
Western red lily
Lilium philadelphicum var. andinum
It is a protected species.
It was selected by a coalition of environmental, wildlife and agricultural organizations.
In Saskatchewan since the 1880s
Gold, brown, green, red, yellow, white and black.
The provincial tartan was registered with the Court of Lord Lyon King of Arms in Scotland.
Dress Tartan of Saskatchewan
The original provincial tartan, with the off-white line becoming the background colour of the dress version.
Saskatchewan dress tartan was introduced for competitive highland dancers on the occasion of the Canadian Interprovincial Highland Dancing Championships.
^ Government of Saskatchewan. “Symbols of Saskatchewan”. Retrieved 2008-06-01.
^ Government of Saskatchewan (June 2008). “Saskatchewan Coat of Arms”. Retrieved 2008-06-01.
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