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Sainte-Catherine, Quebec (Canada)


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[Sainte-Catherine flag] image by Masao Okazaki, 6 February 2022
based on image located by Dave Fowler, 31 January 2022
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The municipality

The town of Sainte-Catherine (17,403 inhabitants in 2020; 1,600 ha) is located in the southern outskirts of Montreal, on the southern shore of the Saint-Lawrence.
Ivan Sache, 12 February 2022

The Flag

Jim Croft brought this flag to the NAVA meeting of 1998 in Quebec city [not likely the logo flag shown above - ed.].
Luc Baronian, 22 May 2005

Flag is the municipal logo on white.
Dave Fowler, 31 January 2022

The lower green stripe means quietness and proximity with the natural environment.
The blue stripe that surmounts it represents the lock of the St. Lawrence Seaway and its significance for the town.
The upper dark blue stripe and the tree are the ultimate signs of constant development and wise urban planning of a town that grows with righteousness, stability and strength.
Town website
Ivan Sache, 12 February 2022