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Deep River, Ontario (Canada)

Last modified: 2011-11-05 by rob raeside
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The flag of the Town of Deep River, Ontario, is white with town crest on it. The crest is in fact a coat of arms, consisting of shield with diagonal stripe for river, down with tree, and up with atomic sign. Above the shield is a beaver facing left. The shield is surrounded by six red maple leafs - three on each side, and below the shield is a scroll with words "TOWN OF / DEEP RIVER". Image of the crest thanks to John Walden, Planning/Development Manager.

About the town:
"Deep River (2006 population: 4216) is a town in Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada. Located along the Ottawa River, it lies about 200 kilometers (124 mi) north-west of Ottawa on the Trans-Canada Highway. Deep River is opposite the Laurentian Mountains and the Province of Quebec. The primary industry centres around research at the Chalk River Nuclear Research Laboratory, in nearby Chalk River, Ontario, a facility of the Atomic Energy of Canada Limited. Chalk River is about 10 km south of Deep River down High Way 17E." - from Wikipedia:,_Ontario

Official website:

Valentin Poposki, 25 March 2010