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Grimshaw, Alberta (Canada)

Peace Municipal District

Last modified: 2012-08-09 by rob raeside
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[flag of Grimshaw] image located by Valentin Poposki, 13 September 2010

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Description of the flag

The Town Council of the Town of Grimshaw on 8th of March 2000 announced Faye Allen as the winner of the contest for the town flag. Allen's design incorporates Grimshaw's main industries of agriculture, transportation and oil. Whole design presents a rectangular shape divided in 4 fields - 2 blue and 2 white, and "GRIMSHAW" across the flag in blue and white, depending of the field in which it lays. First field - white shows a plant, second field - blue shows a truck, third field - blue shows a train, and the fourth field - white shows an oil derrick.

Information and image of the flag thanks to Jenny Wallace, Municipal Director, Town of Grimshaw

About the town:
"Grimshaw is a town in northern Alberta located west of Peace River at the junction of Highway 35, Highway 2, and bypass Highway 2A, and the Mackenzie Northern Railway. By virtue of being the original starting point of Highway 35, which leads to the Northwest Territories, Grimshaw is referred to as Mile Zero on the Mackenzie Highway. It has 2537 residents." - from Wikipedia:,_Alberta

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Valentin Poposki, 13 September 2010