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Grand Manan, New Brunswick (Canada)

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Grand Manan, New Brunswick (Canada) image by Eugene Ipavec, 8 October 2010

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Description of the flag

The flag of the Village of Grand Manan, New Brunswick, consists of three vertical stripes blue-white-blue, where the white stripe is wider, and a modified village crest is on the center of the white stripe.
Photo of the flag and image of the crest (in fact seal-like logo) thanks to Rob McPherson, Chief Administrative Officer.

About the village:
"The Village of Grand Manan is a small island community located in the Bay of Fundy, and is surrounded by several smaller islands. The island is twenty-four kilometres (24) long, and eleven (11) kilometres wide. The Village was amalgamated on May 8, 1995; it is comprised of the former Villages of North Head, Grand Harbour and Seal Cove, and two former local service districts Castalia and Woodwards Cove. The population of the Village of Grand Manan according to the last census in 2006 was a year round population of two thousand four hundred and sixty (2460)." - from the Village website:
Valentin Poposki, 4 January 2010