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Roblin, Manitoba (Canada)

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Flag of Roblin, Manitoba (Canada) image by Lucas Stratton, Manitoba Vexillological Association, 11 January 2023
photo located by Valentin Poposki, 24 October 2010

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Description of the flag

The flag of the Town of Roblin, Manitoba, is vertically divided dark blue-white-dark blue, where the white stripe is a little diagonal, leaning towards the fly. In the middle of the white stripe the town logo is positioned - a diamond and star and "Roblin" above it, all in blue. Information and photo of the flag thanks to Dione from the Town Administration.

The Town:
"Roblin is a town in Manitoba, Canada. It is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Shell River. Including the surrounding areas of Shell River, Hillsburg, Park North, Shellmouth, and Boulton, the population is 2,636. Roblin acts as a regional centre for towns as far as 100 kilometres away, which amount to a population of 79,295." - from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roblin,_Manitoba

Official website: http://www.roblinmanitoba.com 

Valentin Poposki, 23 October 2010

The diamond represents Roblinís identity as the Jewel of the Parkland (the Parkland region is geographical region in west-central Manitoba).
Lucas Stratton, Manitoba Vexillological Association, 11 January 2023