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Lytton, British Columbia (Canada)

Thompson-Nicola Regional District

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[Lytton, British Columbia] image located by Valentin Poposki, 26 August 2010

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Description of the flag

The flag of the Village of Lytton, British Columbia, was provided by David Harrison, Chief Finance Officer and Corporate Officer.

About the village:
"Lytton in British Columbia sits at the confluence of the Thompson River and Fraser River on the east side of the Fraser. The location has been inhabited by the Nlaka'pamux people for over 10,000 years. The community includes both the Village of Lytton and the surrounding Indian Reserves of the Lytton Indian Band, whose name for the community is Camchin, also spelled Kumsheen ("river meeting"). The Village has 235 residents." - from Wikipedia:,_British_Columbia

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Valentin Poposki, 26 August 2010

The upper half is blue, with a yellow sun, representing Lytton's status as the hot spot of Canada. On the sun is a spawning sockeye salmon. The lower half is red, with the silhouette of a miner with a pack-horse, and a steam locomotive. Lytton is located along the route of the Fraser River Gold rush, and the Canadian Pacific Railway. On a white stripe in the middle is written the name of the village "Lytton, British Columbia" in black letters.

I thought the blue was brighter when I saw it last year (maybe it was just faded), but it seems that I failed to take any pictures. I managed to find the spot on "Google street view" at I think the flag looks more like 2:3, but the image seems otherwise accurate.
Dean McGee, 27 August 2010