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Rural Municipality of Reciprocity No. 32, Saskatchewan (Canada)

Last modified: 2016-09-24 by rob raeside
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Reciprocity RM image by Rob Raeside, 2 August 2016

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The rural municipality is located in the southeast corner of the province and has an office in the Village of Alida. The population is 416. It has land area of 733.06 km˛.

The flag was granted 15 September 2006 and can be seen at the Governor General's Heraldic website with a better illustration here.
Valentin Poposki, 26 April 2009

The flag is a banner of arms, based on the shield of the coat of arms which is described as "Per fess barbelé Or and Sable". The Public Register of Arms further indicates that "the arrowhead division line, used here for the first time in Canadian heraldry, refers to the idea of free trade implicit in the Municipality’s name. The colours refer to the main industries of the area: yellow for agriculture, black for oil."
Rob Raeside, 2 August 2016