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Saint-Félix-de-Kingsey, Quebec (Canada)

Drummond RCM, Centre-du-Québec Region

Last modified: 2022-02-26 by rob raeside
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The municipality

Saint-Félix-de-Kingsey is a Quebec municipality located in the Drummond Regional County Municipality in the Centre-du-Quebec region. The population as of the Canada 2011 Census was 1,563.


[logo] image located by Dave Fowler, 23 February 2022


The coat of arms is:
  • in the form of a shield ... symbolizes courage. The white field is the challenge to be taken up; the gold is the riches to be discovered on the lands of Kingsey Canton
  • framing a red maple leaf ... our Canadian builders and our great forests
  • cut in its width ... to represent our two entities, English and French
  • by a blue banner ... the St-François river where it all started
  • on which is inscribed: Fraternité 1855 ... francophones and anglophones work in harmony for the same purpose, 1855 being the date of the first session of the municipal council
  • the upper part shows a silver church in front of a green hill ... of various beliefs, the citizens display their faith and the green hill is the beauty of our sites, the joy and the boldness of our people
  • while at the bottom, a silver wheel mill sits adjacent to an ear of wheat ... mills were built to meet the needs of agriculture and remain a reality in our Canton
  • the right of the field is surmounted by a white star edged in gold ... the star represents the American English who emigrated to our region, from 1800, following the Independence of the United States
  • and the left, a blue fleur-de-lis ... of French descent, more and more Canadians are settling in the French village.

Dave Fowler, 23 February 2022