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Sainte-CÚcile-de-Milton, Quebec (Canada)

Haute-Yamaska RCM, Estrie

Last modified: 2022-04-09 by rob raeside
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[Sainte-CÚcile-de-Milton flag] image by Masao Okazaki, 12 March 2022
based on photo located by Dave Fowler, 7 March 2022

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The Municipality

Sainte-CÚcile-de-Milton is a town in MRC de La Haute-Yamaska.
The municipality of Sainte-CÚcile-de-Milton (2,229 inhabitants in 2019; 7,330 ha) is located 15 km north of Granby.

Saint-CÚcile-de-Milton was established around 1825 by British immigrants in Milton canton. The place was named for CÚcile Connolly and her husband, Milton Reynolds, said to have been the place's first settlers.
The municipality of Sainte-CÚcile-de-Milton was established in 1864, taking the name of the Roman Catholic mission established in 1846.
Municipal website
Ivan Sache, 7 March 2022

Description of the flag

Flag is a logo on white.
Dave Fowler, 7 March 2022

The colors of the logo evoke the sky, the grass and the sun. The crossing of the colors expresses the close links maintained by people. The color division symbolizes spade, agriculture and rural life. The logo's general shape refers in base to an apple, the municipality's historical emblem, and in chief to letter "M" for "Miltonnais" and to hills. Flying above the hills, the seeds represents family and a sparkling environment evoking leaves and trees represented through social advent.
Municipal website
Ivan Sache, 7 March 2022