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Neuville, Quebec (Canada)

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Last modified: 2021-03-27 by rob raeside
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[Village of Neuville (Quebec - Canada)] image by Masao Okazaki, 28 February 2021
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Description of the flag

The flag is white with the shield centred. The shield is described in French at http://www.ville.neuville.qc.ca/wp-content/uploads/Signification-des-ARMOIRIES.pdf:

Azure, a chevron Argent accompanied to dexter by three ears of corn, one in pale, two in saltire and in sinister of a hammer in pale, a gouge and a wood chisel in saltire; in point of a three-masted ship, all in gold."

The motto of the city of Neuville is: Proud of the past, faith in the future.
Masao Okazaki, 28 February 2021


Logo flag

[Village of Neuville (Quebec - Canada)] image by Masao Okazaki, 28 February 2021

A 2000 photo of a flag was recently posted by Luc Vartan Baronian in the FOTW Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/flagsoftheworld/permalink/4356460354368653

Translated from

Neuville has an image that gives it wings, the wings of a kite. It symbolizes, by its rise, the increase in its population and the constant progress of the City. It goes without saying that the kite also refers to the recreational aspects of Neuville.

The logo also represents Neuville's journey through its three centuries of existence. Through this logo, we feel the wind drawing an N in its sails.

Its colour indicates the interest that the people of Neuville have in the natural environments that surround them. The signature has the effect of softening the great vividness of the logo. Everything therefore gives all the life and seriousness that the City of Neuville projects.

"The wind in the sails" is the slogan of the City of Neuville. What could be better than this famous proverb to express in words the image of the City? It refers as much to nature as to the development of Neuville. When you think of this phrase, a feeling of joy and freedom crosses your mind.

Masao Okazaki, 28 February 2021