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Ben Koorengevel sent me a photo of the city flag in the Spring of 2004. I
made the image based on the arms he sent me along with the photo.
Luc Baronian, 22 May 2005
The City of L’Île-Perrot (10,516 inhabitants in 2010; 486 ha) is one of the
four municipalities located on Perrot Island, west of Montréal.
Perrot Island was split in 1947 into Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot (south) and L'Île-Perrot-Nord (north). In 1949, the Village of Pincourt was established in the westernmost part of the island, while the Municipality of Terrasse-Vaudreuil was established in 1954 in the northernmost part of the island. In 1955, L'Île-Perrot-Nord was incorporated as the City of L'Île-Perrot.
- http://www.ile-perrot.qc.ca/pages/decouvrez/histoire.aspx?lang=FR-CA - Municipal website
The arms of L’Île-Perrot are described as "Azure two crescents argent affronty per fess a chief or three eagles sable". The shield surmounted with a crest of maple leaves vert surrounding a fleur-de-lis or, However, the nearby image shows the chief azure and the eagles or (while we show the eagles gules).
The French blazon uses "aiglettes", a word specific to French heraldry, used when there is more than one eagle ("aigle"). Here the word does not convey any meaning of young or small eagles.
http://www.ile-perrot.qc.ca/pages/decouvrez/armoiries-et-logo.aspx?lang=FR-CA - Municipal website
Ivan Sache, 29 July 2012