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Stewiacke, Nova Scotia (Canada)

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[Stewiacke, Nova Scotia] image provided by Sheldon Dorey, 24 July 2010

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Description of the flag

The flag of the Town of Stewiacke, Nova Scotia, is a Canadian style triband with three vertical stripes of blue-white-blue. In the center of the wider white stripe the town coat of arms (shield) is positioned. Image of the flag thanks to Sheldon Dorey, Chief Administrative Officer.

About the town:
"Stewiacke (2006 population: 1,422) is a rural town located in southern Colchester County, Nova Scotia, Canada. The town was incorporated on August 30, 1906. Stewiacke was named in the language of the local Mi'kmaq, First Nations people, and is a word meaning "flowing out in small streams" and "winding river" or "whimpering or whining as it goes". The town is located in the Stewiacke Valley at the confluence of the Stewiacke and Shubenacadie River and is a service and support centre for local agricultural communities as well as a service exit on Highway 102." - from Wikipedia:,_Nova_Scotia

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Valentin Poposki, 24 July 2010