Athabaska Herald of Arms (Héraut Athabaska in French) is the title of one of the officers of arms at the Canadian Heraldic Authority in Ottawa. Like the other heralds at the Authority, the name is derived from that of a Canadian river. The design of the badge of office of Athabaska Herald of Arms is based on the floral emblem of the province of Alberta, the wild rose. It is placed over two traditional Athapascan copper knives, honouring this native linguistic group and the great river and region of Northwestern Canada, which share various spellings of this name. The office of Athabaska Herald of Arms was created in 1988 at the same time as the Canadian Heraldic Authority, although it is currently vacant.
Holders of the office
- 1988–2001 Charles Robertson Maier
It is currently vacant.
- Canadian Heraldic Authority
- Canadian Herladic Authority's Public Register of Arms, Flags and Badges – Badge of office
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