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Edam, Saskatchewan (Canada)

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Flag of Saskatchewan (Canada) image located by Valentin Poposki, 20 December 2010

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The Village of Edam, Saskatchewan, has no official flag. However, "the only flag that the Village of Edam has is a banner that was created for Saskatchewan's 100th birthday celebrations in 2005. The 6.7 metre Dutch windmill which represents our logo "A Little Bit of Holland in Saskatchewan" was built in 1980 to recognize the original Dutch settlers of our community."
Image of the banner and information thanks to Trudy McMurphy, RMA.

The village:
"Edam is a village in Saskatchewan, Canada. It has a population of 399 in 2006." - from Wikipedia:,_Saskatchewan

Official website:
Valentin Poposki, 20 December 2010

The banner shown above hangs on streetlights and telephone poles in the community.
Michael Del Duca, 2 May 2020