First lease agreements:

Minutes of 1910

armoirie

Coat of arms:

  • Rationale for the Armorial Bearings for the City of Beaconsfield, Québec, Canada
  • Arms : The design is a canting allusion to the name Beaconsfield
  • Crest : The Castle is retained from the original insignia previously used.  It is an adaptation of the crest of The Right Honourable Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, for whm the city was named.  The Canadian civic crown is incorporated to simbolize a canadian municipality.

Motto : the motto FORTI NIHIL DIFFICILE, meaning NOTHING IS DIFFICULT TO THE BRAVE, has also been retained from the previously-used insignia.  This was the motto of the Earl of Beaconsfield.

  • The Green : Fertility
  • Royal crown : Supported on the pinnacle
  • Emblazon : Enlighten

Text based on Beaconsfield and Beaurepaire by Robert L. Baird and Gisèle Hall, 1998

Former mayors and councillors

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