Saskatchewan Flag

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On September 22, 1969, the Saskatchewan flag was officially adopted as the winner of a statewide competition that garnered more than 4,000 entries. It is blazoned per fess vert and , in the fly a prairie lily slipped and leaved proper, in the dexter chief an escutcheon of the coat of arms of Saskatchewan fimbriated argent. The flag’s meaning is solely revealed by its colors: yellow denotes the province’s southern grain fields, while green denotes the province’s northern wooded lands. The province flower is represented by the western red lily at the apex of the flag. The Minister of Parks, Culture, and Sports established Saskatchewan Flag Day on September 22 in 2017. The flag has a 1:2 aspect ratio.



  • Durable knitted or woven
    polyester fabric with direct to textile printing
  • Single (1 ply) or
    double-sided (3ply) printing available
  • 5 finishing options with
    grommets and sleeves
  • Perfect for indoor or
    outdoor use
  • No minimum order
    quantity! One off orders are welcomed!


Discount Table

Quantity 2 Flags 3-4 Flags 5-9 Flags 10-19 Flags 20-49 Flags 50-99 Flags 100+ Flags
Discount 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 50%

Quantity Discount
2 Flags 10%
3-4 Flags 15%
5-9 Flags 20%
10-19 Flags 25%
20-49 Flags 30%
50-99 Flags 35%
100+ Flags 50%