|Toronto Branch (est. 1988)|
About the Toronto Branch
Welcome to the Toronto Branch of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada. The Toronto Branch is dedicated to the appreciation and encouragement of legal heraldic traditions in Canada in the Toronto area. Towards this end, the branch publishes an informative newsletter entitled the "Hogtown Heraldry", in addition to other events and activities.
The badge, proposed to the RHSC in September, 2003 and was later authorized as a grant by the Canadian Heraldic Authority and is blazoned: "within an annulet of eight points on the outer edge Or a Hurt charged with a rose Argent barbed and seeded proper."
These members are armigerous, click on the shield next to their name to view their arms.
Patron: Sir Conrad M. J. F. Swan, KCVO, FSA, FRHSC President:
Vice-President: Treasurer: , FRHSC (Hon) Secretary: Past President: Director: Director: Director: Director: Editor: Hogtown Heraldry Webmaster: Strategy Consultant:
Members of the Toronto Branch must also be members of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada. Branch membership requires a modest additional annual fee over and above the membership fee for the RHSC. Membership benefits includes a copy of "Hogtown Heraldry".
For more details on the Toronto Branch, visit their website at toronto.heraldry.ca