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Saint-Paulin, Quebec (Canada)

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[flag of Saint-Paulin] image by Olivier Touzeau, 6 November 2019
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The Municipality

The municipality of Saint-Paulin (1,500 inhabitants, 97.9 km²).
Merger in 1988 of the village municipality of Saint-Paulin, of the parish municipality of Saint-Paulin, and of the Hunterstown Township.
Olivier Touzeau, 6 November 2019


White flag with emblem at the hoist and name of the municipality in the fly.
The same flag can be seen in front of the seat of the municipality:,-73.0135204,3a,29.7y,286.52h,94.12t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sE-qJ9hKxq709f1SUw60YXg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
Olivier Touzeau
, 6 November 2019

In the right part of the shield, the three colored ribbons symbolize the merger of the three former municipalities. The blue ribbon that wraps the "P" is "S"-shaped to form the initials of Saint-Paulin.

In chief, the raising bird symbolizes communication and expansion in the environment.

In the left part, the cog wheel, the farm and the waves represent ever evolving industry, progressing agriculture, and the existing watercourses, respectively.

Yellow is a symbol of faith.
Blue is a symbol of power and joy.
Green is a symbol of hope, serenity and plenty.
Red is a symbol of business spirit and union.
White is a symbol of accessibility.

The arms are complemented by the French motto "Fierté et amitié", "Pride and Friendship".
Municipal website
Ivan Sache, 10 November 2019