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Four wavy light blue horizontal stripes on a white field, the municipal arms
in the fly, a Scottish St. Andrews cross overlain by a red maple leaf as a
canton. "Cum 'nad Chuimhne ar Sinnsre" means "Keep In Remembrance Our Fathers"
(occasionally seen on plaques of remembrance in Scotland).
Valentin Poposki, 1 July 2011
Town of Kincardine is a former entity in Ontario, Canada. Now it is part of the
Municipality of Kincardine.
"The Municipality of Kincardine is located on the shores of Lake Huron in the
County of Bruce in the province of Ontario, Canada. It has a population of
12,000, and covers an area of 580 square kilometres. The municipality, located
at the mouth of the Penetangore River, was created in 1999 by the amalgamation
of the Town of Kincardine, the Township of Kincardine, and the Township of
Bruce. It was formerly known as Penetangore." - from Wikipedia:
Valentin Poposki, 23 December 2008