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Flag of Toronto

Toronto
Use Civil flag Normal or de jure version of flag, or obverse side
Adopted October 1999
Designed by Rene De Santis

The original flag of

  • City of Toronto flag at Toronto.ca official website
  • Toronto, Ontario at Flags of the World

External links

  1. ^ Brucemark, contributed by Phil Nelson (2006-12-23). "Council committee picks Toronto's 25-year-old design". Toronto Star City Hall Bureau. Retrieved 2007-03-25. 
  2. ^ a b "City of Toronto flag". City of Toronto: Toronto Protocol. 

Notes

A variation of this flag is used by Toronto Fire Services fireboat William Lyon Mackenzie. The marine Ensign consists of the main city flag in the upper canton with a life preserver on two tone blue background.

The shape of the space above and between the towers suggests the letter 'T', the city's initial. [2] at its base, representing the Council Chamber at the base of the towers.Flag of Canada of the maple leaf on a blue background, with the red Toronto City Hall The flag displays the twin towers of the [2] and won in a 1974 competition held by the City of Toronto Flag Design Committee. After the city amalgamated in 1997, the City Council looked for new designs from the public, but did not approve of any. De Santis suggested minor modifications to the original flag, which was adopted in October 1999, to create the current flag.[1]

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