Prince Edward Island flags evoke the strong traditions and history of the province with a replication of its Coat of Arms. A golden lion appears in the upper third of the flag and it also showcases three small oak trees clustered together next to one large oak tree. Red and white trim borders three sides of the flag. The British lion highlights the province’s link to Great Britain while the three small oak trees represent Princes, Queens and Kings, the three counties of Prince Edward Island. The larger oak tree signifies Canada and Britain. The flag was adopted on March 24, 1964. Prince Edward Island joined the Confederation of Canada on July 1, 1883. The Coat of Arms was adopted in 1905.
Our Prince Island flags showcase Carrot-Top’s highest standards of craftsmanship and quality. These superior flags are fashioned in two sizes: 3’x 5’ and 3’ x 6’. Carrot-Top’s nylon flags are fashioned with 200 Denier nylon that dries quickly and waves beautifully in the slightest breeze. Prince Edward flags are best suited for locations with light to moderate winds.
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