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21, 2011) ("Medieval Latin expatriatus, past participle of expatriare to leave one's own country, from Latin ex- + patria native country, from feminine of patrius of a father, from pair-, pater father .
20) In turn, patrius derives directly from pater, meaning 'father, sire, founder, or head.
The Reverse has the inscription "JUVENTAS ET PATRIUS VIGOR/CANADA INSTAURATA 1867" meaning 'Youth and patriotic strength/Canada inaugurated 1867.