Last modified: 2020-12-12 by rob raeside
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Wawa is a small mining town in northern Ontario and has a nice little parade
of 10 flagpoles, 9 of which flew flags at
The flag of Wawa Municipality is white with a coat of arms-like feature in the centre, which appears to depict a goose lifting off below a red crown and inside a green wreath, below which is a yellow ribbon some black objects intertwined, probably an axe and a scythe. I canít find a clean depiction of the Wawa arms on the internet, but Wawa itself is famous for its giant goose statue near the TransCanada Highway (https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/wawa-goose).
Rob Raeside, 14 September 2020