RCSCC NEW WATERFORD   


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RCSCC NEW WATERFORD
 
Blazon: Barry wavy of eight, Argent and Azure, a dolphin hauriant embowed Or.
Significance: The badge is that of HMCS NEW WATERFORD. The town was probably named after Waterford in Munster, Ireland, from whence most of the early settlers emigrated. The sinister supporter in the Waterford town arms is an heraldic dolphin, which has been adopted as the main charge of the badge, depicted against an heraldic sea.
Notes: RCSCC New Waterford, New Waterford, Nova Scotia

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Released: August 24, 2012 / Last modified: May 18, 2013