Diana Fowler LeBlanc

Gerda Hnatyshyn Order of Canada Governor General of Canada

Diana Fowler LeBlanc, CC (born 1940 in Toronto) is the widow of former Governor General of Canada, Roméo LeBlanc, during whose term she was a Viceregal consort.

During the 1960s she was in the broadcasting industry, stationed at the Paris offices of Radio-Canada and then the London office of CBC.

Education

Awards and recognition

Arms

Coat of arms of Diana Fowler LeBlanc
Crest
A coronet the upper rim set with maple leaves Argent alternating with thistle flowers Purpure
Escutcheon
Argent on a bend plumetty of eagle feathers Argent and Sable cotised Sable a mullet Argent fimbriated Purpure in canton the whole between two roses Purpure seeded Or barbed Vert
Supporters
Upon a rock proper set with maple saplings Argent leaved Purpure tipped with a fleur-de-lis Argent on either side a Siberian snow tiger winged of eagle wings all Argent and Sable armed Gules each gorged with a silk wreath Purpure and Argent pendant therefrom on the dexter an open book Argent bound Purpure on the sinister by a compass rose also Purpure
Motto
SUFFICIT VERITAS • ELIGITO TEMPUS
Latin: THE TRUTH SUFFICES • CHOOSE A WELL-CONSIDERED TIME

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Honorary titles
Preceded by
Gerda Hnatyshyn
Viceregal Consort of Canada
1995–1999
Succeeded by
John Ralston Saul
Order of precedence
Preceded by
Gerda Hnatyshyn
as Widow of Governor General
Canadian order of precedence
as Widow of Governor General
Succeeded by
Joe Clark
as Former Prime Minister