Northwest Territories Polyknit Flag



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    Further information on the Northwest Territories' Flag

    We screen print all of our Northwest Territories' flags for all sizes. 

    At FlagMart Canada we carry all sizes of Northwest Territories' Flags online. You can buy your NWT Flags by using the sizing charts to determine what flag size you need based on your flagpole. 

    Shipping occurs within approximately 3 days from the date of purchase. Whether you live in Yellowknife or smaller cities, we ship all across Northwest Territories and Canada. 

    Interesting Facts about the NWT Flag

    The Northwest Territories' first official flag was chosen by a special committee of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories in 1969. The committee reviewed entries from a Canada wide contest. The winner of the contest was Robert Bessant from Margaret, Manitoba.

    The flag features a blue field, on which is a Canadian pale (a white stripe taking up half the width of the flag), with at the centre, the shield from the coat of arms of the Northwest Territories. The blue represents the abundant Northwest Territories waters, whereas the white represents snow and ice.

    Two blue panels represent the Northwest Territories' many rivers and lakes. The white section, representing ice and snow, is equal in area to the 2 blue panels combined. The territorial Shield is centred in the white section. The white section of the Shield, with a wavy blue line dividing it, represents the Arctic Ocean and the Northwest Passage. A diagonal line, representing the tree line, divides the lower portion into a green and red section with green symbolizing the trees and red symbolizing the tundra. The gold bars in the green section and the white fox in the red section represent the abundant minerals and furs upon which the history and prosperity of the Northwest Territories has been based.

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