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image located by Valentin Poposki, 10 October 2010
Municipal flags in Peace River Regional District:
In 2002, the Regional District received a suggestion from a member of
the public that the Regional District create a flag to depict the Peace
River region. Directors and staff came up with a design. The flag was
adopted by the Regional Board in May 2002. The flag depicts the mighty
Peace River (which flows through the region), the dove of peace,
agriculture, forestry and the Rocky Mountains. Information and photo of
the flag thanks to Suzanne Garrett, Corporate Services Coordinator.
The Regional District:
"The Peace River Regional District is the largest regional district in the province of BC encompassing a land mass of 1,999,483 hectares, with a population of 57,286 (2006 Census figures). Within the Regional District there are seven municipalities and four rural Electoral Areas."
Official website: http://www.prrd.bc.ca/home.php
Valentin Poposki, 10 October 2010