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From the Tracadie-Shelia website:
reported by Olivier Touezau, 19 April 2005
The maple leaf clearly identifies Tracadie-Sheila as a Canadian city and this is important especially during international events.
The two lions represent the union of the two dynamic communities, Tracadie and Sheila. They also symbolize the courage and determination of the people who want to continue to build the community.
The star in the blue sky refers to the Acadian flag and to the rich cultural aspect of the region.
The green areas between the two rivers shows us that the town is dedicated to the protection of the environment.The quality of life of its citizens is a high priority.
The two rivers a geographical characteristic are specifically to the town of Tracadie-Sheila, since the "little Tracadie River" and the "Big Tracadie River" include the new community. Eventually, a green area, between two blue areas could serve as the official colors of the town.
Last but not least, a shield frames the Coasts of Arms and this shows the whole community united under the same emblem.