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Muskrat Dam Lake First Nation, Ontario (Canada)

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[Muskrat Dam Lake First Nation, Ontario flag] image by Lucas Stratton, Manitoba Vexillological Association, 9 July 2022

Photo of flag located by Janis Lasmanis, 21 February 2021

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The Band

The community of Muskrat Dam is a remote First Nation community accessible by air and lies within the boundaries described in the adhesion to the James Bay Treaty of 1905, Treaty 9. Located on the Severn River System 370 km north of Sioux Lookout, the community of Muskrat Dam is historically, the traditional lands of Samson Beardy. The community received reserve status in 1976.

The Flag

The flag is horizontally divided green over blue by a narrow red stripe, and with a narrow red border all around. In the centre is a yellow disk with a red edge on which is a red muskrat and in the upper fly a red cross, edged yellow.