Last modified: 2011-10-28 by rob raeside
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The flag of the Village of Dunnottar, Manitoba, is a Canadian-style
green-white-green with village logo in the middle of the white stripe.
Information thanks to C. Cheyne, Administrative Assistant
[Unfortunately, most of Manitoba municipal websites are not accessible from Europe, so I can't see the logo which is on the website.]
About the village:
Dunnottar is a village in the Canadian province of Manitoba. The village is located on the shores of Lake Winnipeg, just off Highway 9, south of Winnipeg Beach. It was formed after the amalgamation of nearby Ponemah, Whytewold, and Matlock. It borders the Rural Municipality of St. Andrews, in addition to Lake Winnipeg. It is known for its beaches & many summer residents & visitors. The 2006 census showed a population of 692 persons, an increase of 42.1% from the 487 during the 2001 census.
Official website: http://www.dunnottar.ca
Valentin Poposki, 13 July 2010
Flag Inquiry Response: We do have a flag. We do not have any photos of
digital copies of it. It is similar to the design of the Canadian Flag but in
place of the red its dark green and in place of the maple leaf it is our logo
which can be found on our website.
Chelsey Cheyne, Administrative Assistant
John S. Johnson, 4 November 2010
image located by Steve Shumaker, 14 July 2010
The logo of Dunnottar village shows an image of Dunnottar Castle on the east
coast of Scotland.
Rob Raeside, 14 July 2010