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Hanover, Ontario, Canada

Grey County

Last modified: 2011-11-05 by rob raeside
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[Hanover, Ontario] image located by Valentin Poposki, 4 November 2010

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Description of the flag

The flag of the Town of Hanover, Ontario, is vertically divided in three fields - green-white-green, with town emblem on the white field. "The flag design is taken from the Town of Hanover coat of arms. The crest represents the Torch of Progress, (industry, progress, recreation)." Photo of the flag and information thanks to Bruce Meyerink, Municipal buildings maintenance coordinator.

The Town:
"Located in the heart of Saugeen Country in southwestern Ontario, Hanover is a thriving town of over seven thousand people with a prosperous manufacturing and regional commercial development base. Whether you are a new resident, or a business professional, Hanover offers everything you are looking for. Hanover-Close to Everything and far from Ordinary! In the year of 1904 Hanover Ontario Canada received the status of town." - from the Town.

"Hanover is a town in the Canadian province of Ontario, located in southern Grey County, west of Durham and east of Walkerton on Grey/Bruce Road 4. Hanover marks the border between Grey County and Bruce County. There is currently a population of 7,147 residents." - from Wikipedia:,_Ontario

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Valentin Poposki, 4 November 2010