|Coat of arms of Calgary
||A setting sun or rayed sable behind a mural crown or masoned sable
||Argent on St George's Cross a Maple Leaf vert and or charged with a bull buffalo proper in chief a sun rayed or and tenne setting behind mountains azure and argent
||In dexter a horse argent in sinister a steer proper
||Dexter to sinister: a maple leaf gules and or a leek proper two shamrocks gules a rose gules two shamrocks gules a thistle proper a maple leaf gules and or
||The Union Jack and Canadian Red Ensign in saltire below the motto
The coat of arms of Calgary, Alberta, was adopted in 1902. The arms existed only in black and white until 1984, when an alderman asked the City to develop it in full colour.
The Union Flag and the Canadian Red Ensign are crossed under the scroll.
The landscape in the chief and the cross in the shield body are a reversal of the coat of arms of Alberta.
- The City of Calgary. The City of Calgary Municipal Handbook. Calgary: The City of Calgary, 2008.