Last modified: 2012-08-09 by rob raeside
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This municipality is in the county of Portneuf, administrative region of Québec.
The arms are shown on a 1:2 white field, with name over the arms.
The lion is the one of the Deschambault family that ruled the former seigneury.
The garden lys represents Saint Joseph, their patron and it also represents Quebec.
The mount is Cap Lauzon, a beautiful place.
The wheat is for the agriculture.
The ship's wheel is for the sailors that the place produced.
The maple leaves represent the people of Deschambault.
Luc-Vartan Baronian, 20 June 1997
In 2002, this municipality was merged with Grondines, and they are now
collectively known as Deschambault-Grondines (flag situation is unknown).
Luc Baronian, 6 May 2005