Provincial Flag of Alberta TB
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Texas, United States
In [Zoosafari-16] Flusspferdbadestelle
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About This Item
In 1958, the Alberta Government authorized the design of an official flag. On 1 June 1968, the Flag of Alberta, Canada was adopted. The flag has the provincial shield of arms in the centre of a royal ultramarine blue background. The shield represents the natural resources and beauty of the varied of Alberta landscape: the Rocky Mountains and their foothills, the grass prairies, and the cultivated wheat fields. The St George's Cross is an allusion to the arms of the Hudson's Bay Company, which once controlled what is now Alberta. The provincial colors, adopted in 1984, are blue and gold (deep yellow); they are also referred to as ‘Alberta blue’ and ‘Alberta gold,’ appearing on the flag/shield in the sky/background and wheat background, respectively.
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