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Daysland, Alberta (Canada)

Flagstaff County

Last modified: 2021-12-31 by rob raeside
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Daysland image by Masao Okazaki, 4 December 2021

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The flag of the Town of Daysland is Canadian style, rose-lilac-white-rose-lilac, but wide of the fields are 1x4x1 (it seems) and town logo little overlapping the rose-lilac stripes

Valentin Poposki, 4 December 2021

The history of Daysland began when Edgerton Day, in 1904, purchased 12 townships (276,480 acres) of the “Kentucky Blue Grass Region of the West”, from the CPR for $750,000. The land included the present day sites of Daysland, Strome, and Killam. Mr. Day was the first mayor of the Village of Daysland (1905) and the Town of Daysland (1907). Daysland’s major industry continues to be providing services to the progressive farmers of Flagstaff County.

The current population (2016 Statistics) of Daysland is 824, which is a 2.1% increase from the 2011 Statistics number of 807.

The Walking Trail Committee make sure the Crocus Trail around town is in prime condition and they are always doing improvements to the trail including laying recycled rubber mats on the walking path, which are great to walk on.
Official website
Map of the trail

Ivan Sache, 5 December 2021

Earlier flag

Daysland image by Darrell Neuman, 16 August 2011

The Town of Daysland (population 808) located east of the City of Camrose has a municipal flag which shows the geographical location of the community on a map of the province of Alberta (bull’s eye target). Also on the flag is the Wild Rose, provincial floral emblem of Alberta, a cow’s head and grain elevator.

Darrell Neuman, 16 August 2011