Newfoundland and Labrador Flag
The Newfoundland and Labrador flag was officially adopted and hoisted in 1980.
It was designed by artist Christopher Pratt. White is symbolic of snow and ice; blue represents the sea, red represents the human struggle for success, and gold the confidence of the Canadian people. The two triangles outlined in red are symbolic of the mainland and the islands of the province, and the golden arrow points to a bright future.
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