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Lansdowne Rural Municipality, Manitoba (Canada)

Last modified: 2011-10-29 by rob raeside
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Landsdowne, Manitoba image located by Valentin Poposki, 2 July 2011

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Description of the flag

The flag of the Rural Municipality of Lansdowne, Manitoba, was adopted in 2009. It is vertically divided in three fields, blue-white- blue. Flag incorporates the Lansdowne Seal of the Oxen, Plough and Farmer and inscription. In the middle of the white field is positioned the municipal seal. The seal of the municipality pictures a team of oxen pulling a plow with the farmer walking behind. The inscription reads "Industry is Wealth". The farming industry has and continues to be the main source of wealth for the municipality for over 120 years. "R.M. of LANSDOWNE" above the seal, and "INCORPORATED 1884" below. In the circle of the seal "MUNICIPALITY OF LANSDOWNE.MANITOBA" is written. Information and photo of the flag thanks to Tracey Winthrop-Meyers, CAO.

About the municipality:
"The Rural Municipality of Landsdowne is located in western Manitoba and is northwest of Winnipeg, Manitoba's capital city. The municipality is situated in the fertile prairie farmlands of western Manitoba, and is also a few minutes east of the beautiful Riding Mountain National Park. The communities of Arden and Tenby are the major centres in Landsdowne. The scenic Whitemud River snakes its way through the municipality.

Landsdowne is accessible by Provincial Trunk Highway 16 (The Yellowhead Route), and by Provincial Roads 352, 265 and 462. Arden, the largest community in Landsdowne, is located on Provincial Road 352 just north of the intersection of PR 352 and PTH 16. The municipality was incorporated in 1884. Total population 750." - from:

Official website:
Valentin Poposki, 29 March 2010