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Unity, Saskatchewan (Canada)

Last modified: 2021-04-17 by rob raeside
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[flag of Unity] image located by Masao Okazaki, 15 February 2021

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Description of the flag

The flag of Unity appears at the town park at It is divided per saltire, white and yellow, but a green saltire.  Further details are not clear.  This image behind the town council members at shows at least a U-shaped pair of wheat heads in the upper quarter.

The Unity Flag was unveiled on July 1st, 2000 as one of the Town of Unity's millennium projects. The concept for a Unity flag was born by Frank Oatway, a life-long promoter of the Unity District. The design of the flag was completed by Masterhand Signs utilizing components from a community-wide flag design contest.

The 'X' symbolizes the several crossroads that exist at Unity (CNR/CPR, Hwys 14 & 21). The colours of yellow symbolize wheat, the white symbolizes salt, the green is for progress and prosperity, and the skyline of buildings depicts the diversity our community enjoys.
Rob Raeside, 12 March 2021

Centennial flag

[centennial flag of Unity] image located by Valentin Poposki, 19 May 2012