|Country of Origin||Canada|
|Issuing Authority||Canadian Heraldic Authority (2019)|
|External Links||The Public Register of Arms, Flags, and Badges of Canada|
|Aliases|| Chris C#9816|
- Argent a chevron between in chief two ravens and in base a serpent wavy palewise all within a bordure Vert.
Grant of Arms
|Grant of Arms issued by Canadian Heraldic Authority on 15th July 2019|
|The Arms of John Edward Cliff with the Arms within a bordure Vert.|
The chevron symbolizes the mountain ranges of British Columbia, signifying Mr. Cliff’s attachment to the province, and also alluding to the surname Cliff. The ravens and snake represent the astronomical constellations of Corvus and Serpens respectively, illustrating Mr. Cliff’s interest in astronomy and his contribution to the creation of Alberta’s Beaver Hills Dark Sky Preserve. The green colour represents Mr. Cliff’s fond memories of the forests in the area of the Thousand Islands in Ontario.