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Lambton County, Ontario, Canada

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[Lambton County, Ontario] image located by Valentin Poposki, 25 December 2010

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Description of the flag

The flag of the County of Lambton, Ontario, consists of three horizontal stripes of blue-white-blue with the emblem which contains county coat of arms in the center. Drawing of the flag (probably original one) thanks to Susan Copley from the County Administration.

The county:
"Lambton County, Ontario (2006 pop. 128,204) is a census division of the Canadian province of Ontario. The county is located in Southwestern Ontario. It is bordered on the north by Lake Huron, which flows into the St. Clair River, the county's western border and part of the Canada-United States border. To the south is Lake Saint Clair and Chatham-Kent, another county in Ontario. Lambton County's eastern border follows the Ausable River north until it reaches Lake Huron at the beach community of Grand Bend. The county seat is in the township of Wyoming. Lambton County started as a part of the District of Hesse. The district of Hesse included British territories west of Long Point, (practically all of western Ontario). The district was latter divided and renamed using English district names (Essex, Suffolk, Kent, etc). Lambton was part of Kent county. In 1849 districts were abolished and the County of Lambton was formed. Lambton and Kent first shared the capital city of Sandwich (since renamed as Windsor, Ontario). In 1852 the partnership was dissolved and Lambton become a full county. It is named in honour of the Earl of Durham who lived in Lambton Castle." - from Wikipedia:,_Ontario

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Valentin Poposki, 25 December 2010