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Tring-Jonction, Quebec (Canada)


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[Tring-Junction] image located by Dave Fowler, 12 February 2022

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The Municipality

The municipality of the village of Tring-Jonction (1,401 inhabitants in 2016; 2,730 ha) is located 15 km south-west of Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce.

Tring-Jonction was established in 1894 around a new railway station established by Québec Central at the junction heading to Mégantic. The municipality of Tring-Jonction was incorporated on 21 November 1918.
Municipal website
Ivan Sache, 14 February 2022


Flag is a logo flag on white.
Dave Fowler, 12 February 2022

[Tring-Junction] image located by Dave Fowler, 12 February 2022

Previous flag

[Tring-Junction] image by Masao Okazaki, 14 February 2022
based on photo

The arms are "Or a fess vert charged with an isosceles triangle or formed of concave railroads pointing sinister in chief a maple leaf and a fleur-de-lis in base three gear wheels all gules."

The red maple leaf locates the municipality in Canada and in Beauce. The red fleur-delis locates it in Quebec.
The green stripe recalls the Appalachian plateau.
Or symbolizes wealth brought to Tring-Jonction by the railway and industry.
The railroad triangle highlights Tring-Jonction' birth and name, as a meeting place, and its citizens' characteristic hospitality.
The three red gear wheels symbolize industry, warmth, solidarity, and mutual aid, which are basic attributes of the inhabitants.
Ivan Sache, 14 February 2022