Flag of Victoria, British Columbia
The flag of Victoria, British Columbia, is sky blue with an incorrect version of the city's coat of arms. The shield of the coat of arms, as granted in 1962, is blue with a red pile (triangle), but the flag reverses the blue and red. The flag was adopted in 1966 by the city council.
An alternate flag is sometimes seen, which consists of the city's official wordmark on a white field.
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