Symbols of Ontario
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|Coat of arms||Coat of Arms of Ontario||1868 and 1909 ||Originally granted by Queen Victoria on May 26, 1868 and amended by King Edward VII|
|Motto||Ut incepit fidelis sic permanet
Loyal she began, loyal she remains
Loyal she began, thus she remains
|1909 ||Granted with other elements of the coat of arms|
|Flag||Flag of Ontario||May 21, 1965|
|The Great Seal||The Great Seal of the Province of Ontario||January 1, 1870 ||The Great Seal was authorized by an Order-in-Council.|
|June 23, 1994|
|Tree||Eastern white pine
|May 1, 1984|
|Gemstone||Amethyst||1975 ||Amethyst can be found in the areas surrounding Bancroft, North Bay and Thunder Bay.|
|1937||Very popular as a vehicle licence plate decoration.|
|Tartan||Red and white with three shades of green and two shades of blue||June 23, 2000 ||Symbolizing the forests and fields and water.|
|Flag||The Franco-Ontarian Flag||June 29, 2001 ||Recognized under provincial law as the emblem of the French-speaking community in Ontario.|
|2007||Current wordmark of the Government of Ontario|
|Logo||Provincial wordmark late
|Late-1960s||The previous wordmark of the Government of Ontario.|
|Provincial Brand||Trillium||2006||Replaced an earlier Trillium brand introduced in 1964 |
|Provincial Licence plate slogan||Yours to Discover||1982||Replaced earlier slogan Keep it Beautiful c.1973; Tant a decouvrir was added in 2003|
|Provincial colours||Green and gold|
- Legislative Assembly of Ontario. "Ontario’s Symbols". Retrieved 2016-06-21.
- "Critics stomp on new trillium logo". CBC News. June 26, 2006.
- "ATTRACTIONS ONTARIO". Attractions Ontario. Retrieved 2010-11-11.
- "Lieutenant Governor’s Community Volunteer Award". Government of Ontario. Retrieved 2014-01-07.
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