Last modified: 2012-12-17 by rob raeside
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image by Peter Orenski,
17 November 2012
based on research and information provided by James Croft and Kevin Harrington
From the Valley East website
researched by Phil Nelson, 15 July 2005
When the official flag of the Town of Valley East was created by the Public Affairs office of the Regional Municipality of Sudbury, it was designed to demonstrate the natural beauties of the community. It was proudly flown at all public buildings and during special events.
The white offset 'V' separates the Town's official colours: blue on top depicting sky and water, and green below depicting the lush vegetation of the region. The 'V' obviously stands for Valley East and the white represents the Northern Snow. It is a simple design, which makes it all the more majestic.