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Elk Point, Alberta (Canada)

St. Paul County

Last modified: 2011-08-20 by rob raeside
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Eckville flag image located by Valentin Poposki, 21 June 2011

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Description of the flag

The flag is longer than 1:2, a horizontal triband, blue-white-blue, with the municipal logo showing an elk, an oil drop with a derrick, a fish, and heads of wheat, separated by a blue wave-bordered stripe.

About the town:

Elk Point is a town located in the east central part of the Canadian province of Alberta. It is located on Highway 41. A number of oil related businesses have located in Elk Point. Agriculture is also important in the Elk Point area. Elk Point is located on the North Saskatchewan River which was an fur trade route. Both the Hudson's Bay Company and the North West Company had posts on the river near Elk Point. Alberta Culture has built an interpretive centre near the remains of Fort George and Buckingham House. It has 1,487 inhabitants. Source: Wikipedia: Elk Point, Alberta.

Valentin Poposki, 14 February 2010