Last modified: 2007-02-10 by phil nelson
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by Jan Oskar Engene - 15 August 1996
Adopted: October 1985
Designer: CÚcile Girard
There are less than 1.000 Franco-Yukonnais, but they have a flag. This is also a complex design with a blue field and three diagonal stripes set from lower hoist to upper fly. The colours of the stripes are white and golden yellow. The effect created by the arrangement of the stripes is meant to represent Yukon's many mountains. Blue is for the French people and the sky. White is for winter and snow. Yellow represents the gold rush and the Franco-Yukonnais contributions to history of the territory.