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Saint-Constant, Quebec (Canada)


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[St-Constant flag] image by Dave Fowler, 22 May 2020
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The Municipality

The municipality of Saint-Constant (27,145 inhabitants in 2016; 5,730 ha) is located on the southern bank of river Saint-Laurent, facing Montreal.

Saint-Constant was first settled in 1726. The parish of Côte-Saint-Pierre was erected in 1750 on the domain of Sault-Saint-Louis. According to a local legend, the chapel was dedicated to St. Constant as a tribute to Constant Le Marchand de Lignery, father of Jacques Le Marchand de Lignery, the priest serving the neighbouring parish of Nativité-de-la-Sainte-Vierge, highly estimated all over the region. - Histoire du Québec website
Ivan Sache, 29 March 2017

The Flag

Saint-Constant has a new municipal flag.
White logo, Saint-Constant in black, below, on a lime green background.
Green is RGB 155, 205, 102

Dave Fowler, 22 May 2020

Previous flag

[St-Constant flag] image by Ivan Sache, 29 March 2017

The flag is white with the municipal logo centred.