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Leduc County, Alberta (Canada)

Last modified: 2013-01-05 by rob raeside
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[flag of Leduc County] image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 2 May 2006
Source: Leduc County hall

Municipalities in Leduc County:

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Description of the flag

Leduc county in Alberta, Canada, has a flag, which is shown on a photo of the county council.

It seems that is county logo, but with blue band on the hoist.
Valentin Poposki, 17 March 2006

Blue band on hoist and fly. The oil derrick represents the local oil industry - Leduc was the site of the first major oil strike in the Alberta Basin (1947) - and the woven wheat represents the agricultural industry.
Rob Raeside, 18 March 2006

The oil derrick is shaped like a letter L, perhaps, thereby giving LC for Leduc County?
André Coutanche, 18 March 2006

Earlier flag

[flag of Leduc] image contributed by Darrell Neuman, 2 December 2012

This is a previous flag design representing Leduc County - triband yellow-white-yellow, with a central emblem in which an oil derrick, a stack of sulphur, and a wheat head are arranged to resemble the letters LC, on a black disk.