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Wha Ti, Northwest Territories (Canada)


Last modified: 2013-11-09 by rob raeside
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[Wha Ti] image by Jens Pattke, 13 October 2013

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Wha Ti (meaning "Marten Lake"), with a population of 418 (as of 1996), was formerly known as Lac La Martre, and is located at 6308'N lat. and 11706'W long., on the NW-most border of the Great Slave Lake. Local languages are Tlicho and English, and the community belongs to the electoral district of North Slave and to land claim area of Tlicho.
Antonio Martins, 4 July 2000

The flag of Wha Ti, Northwest Territories, Canada is an unequal triband of turquoise, white and turquoise charged on the white area with the new local  badge.

References:  (old flag); (new flag); (new logo)
Jens Pattke, 13 October 2013

Previous flag

[Wha Ti] image by Antonio Martins 4 July 2000

Unequal triband of dark blue, white and dark blue charged on the white area with a local badge. This badge consists of a pair of crossed snow shoes upon which is lying a marten and a bunch of angled small fish; beside the Great Slave Lake.
Antonio Martins, 4 July 2000