Standard: A hoist of the arms the fly
Murrey containing the crest between two representations of the badge
separated by the motto REGNUM DEVINCIT in letters Or on two bends of
the field fimbriated Or the whole fringed Argent and Azure.
Grant: College of Arms, Volume 140,
Registered: Canadian Heraldic
Authority, Ottawa, July 5, 1991 Volume 2 Page 25.
Robert A. McColgan,
Esquire is a former member of the National Board of Directors, Royal
Heraldry Society of Canada a former member of the Board of Directors,
the Glebe Centre of Ottawa; past President of the Ottawa Rowing Club;
former Commanding Officer of the Governor General’s Foot Guards Cadet
Corps; former member of the Board of Directors, Army Cadet Foundation
of Canada; former Commanding Officer, Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa
Cadet Corps; past President, Ottawa and Valley Branch, Royal Heraldry
Society of Canada and former Officer Commanding Fort Glengarry
Garrison, 78th Fraser Highlanders. He is Director of the Heraldic
Bureau, Army Cadet League of Canada; Guardian, Court of Guardians of
the St. Andrew’s Society of Ottawa and Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel,
Fort Glengarry Garrison, 78th Fraser Highlanders.
The armiger is pleased
to have designed the Arms, Crest and Badge for the Army Cadet League
of Canada which were subsequently approved and Granted by the Chief
Herald of Canada and published in the Canada Gazette. He also advised
Col the Hon John Fraser, Speaker of the House of Commons on Ensigns
Armorial for the Office of Speaker and the House, etc.
Robert A .McColgan,
Esquire holds the following honours and awards: Medal for the 125th
Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada; Medal for the Golden
Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II; Canadian Forces Decoration, (CD) and
Oarsman of the Year Award (1980), Ottawa Rowing Club.