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Capitale-Nationale Region, Quebec (Canada)
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1966: Québec Administrative Region is created.
1987: The region is divided into Québec and Chaudière-Appalaches.
2000: Québec becomes Capitale-Nationale.
Counties (6 MRC and one city*):
Note: Charlevoix and Charlevoix-Est form their own tourism region
(Charlevoix), while the other counties for the tourism region of Québec.
Harrington, Kevin. Quebec city - Flags of a Capital, in Flagscan
[fsc] no 11, Fall 1988.
Godbout, Lucien et Raymond Létourneau, Les Armoiries de l'Île d'Orléans,
Municipalités régionales de comté flag information
Municipal flag information
Luc Baronian, 6 May 2005
- Village de Pointe-au-Pic (Charlevoix-Est,
White with coat of arms. Observed in the Summer of 1999. It seems that the
merged municipalities of La Malbaie and Pointe-au-Pic kept using their
- Ville de Neuville (Portneuf):
In December 2000, there was a partial photo of a yellow flag with the city
logo on the city website. The logo was white in the center, and a smaller
version of the same logo was placed in the canton in a dark color, perhaps
dark green. The name of the city was also under the logo.
- Municipalité de paroisse de Saint-Hilarion
White with coat of arms, 1:2. Observed in the Summer of 1999.
- Municipalité de paroisse de Saint-Irénée-les-Bains
Blue and white Canadian pale with coat of arms on the central white
square. Observed in the Summer of 1999.
- Municipalité de paroisse de Saint-Urbain
(Charlevoix): Logo on a white 1:2 field. Observed in the Summer of 1999.