NEC resolution #42-05-93 was quoted for information as follows:
That this NEC, in its application to the Canadian Heraldic Authority, request the grant of a badge as well as a flag and a coat of arms.
That NEC ask the Canadian Heraldic Authority to grant the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada the historic Coat of Arms granted on English authority, the sole difference being to incorporate present usage by describing the leaves as "vert" rather than "proper." CARRIED #03-11-94
That NEC request the Canadian Heraldic Authority to approve the Anglican Church of Canada flag in common usage and a badge with the Cross of St. George with four green leaves and stems coming from the Cross, on a white background. CARRIED #04-11-94
Presentation at General Synod 1995 : The General Secretary advised that the Governor General of Canada will be invited to General Synod 1995 in Ottawa to present the Coat of Arms, Flag and Badge to the Anglican Church of Canada.
That this Synod endorses the principle of having special badges to be used in the programme of the Church of England Scout Troops and authorizes the G.B.R.E. to continue negotiations with the Dominion Boy Scouts Association with a view to arranging for the same. CARRIED in both Houses.
The Thirty-Fourth Session of the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada convened in the Commons Lounge, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, at 7:30 p.m. The President of the synod, Archbishop Michael Peers, reported that there was a quorum present (bishops, clergy and laity) and that the General Synod could proceed. He then declared the Thirty-Fourth Session of the General Synod to be constituted. Act 1
Honoured guests included the Governor General of Canada, His Excellency the Right Honourable Romeo LeBlanc, her Excellency Madame Diana Fowler LeBlanc, Grandfather William Commanda of the Algonquian First Nation, Mr. Robert Watt, Chief Herald, and Mr. Charles Maier, Athabaska Herald.
During the celebration of the Holy Eucharist the Primate delivered the Presidential Address. Following the service the Governor General granted, and presented to the Primate, the Coat of Arms, Flag and Badge of the General Synod, as developed in co-operation with the Canadian Heraldic Authority.
That this Synod has heard with great satisfaction of the steps taken by the Canadian General Council of the Boy Scout Association, in response to the request of our Department of Religious Education, in providing a "Religion and Life Badge" for Church of England Scouts, and we hereby express our thanks to the Council for this action. CARRIED in both Houses.