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Sussex, New Brunswick (Canada)

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[Sussex] image located by Valentin Poposki, 9 July 2011

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The flag of the Town of Sussex, New Brunswick:
"Town flag is simply a blue background, yellow band at top and bottom with a colour representation of our Town crest in the middle. The flag was only developed maybe 20 years ago in response to so many requests for use of a Town flag. In the crest, which we've had basically since not long after incorporation in 1904, the symbols represent (plow) agriculture, (wheel) industry and (wings) progress." Information and images and photos thanks to Judy L. H. Milner, Town Office.

About the town:
"Originally settled by United Empire Loyalists moving up the St. John River Valley, the Sussex area has grown to a population of more than 35,000. The Town of Sussex, itself, has a population of 4,182 (Census 2001).The town developed as a service centre to surrounding communities. Historically a farming community, Sussex has capitalized on its excellent geography to become a leading transportation, manufacturing, distribution and service centre in Atlantic Canada.The Town of Sussex is located in south central New Brunswick, Canada, strategically located between the province's three largest cities; Saint John, Moncton, and Fredericton."
- from official town website:
Valentin Poposki, 25 March 2010