The Flag of Saskatchewan Now Available As A Flag Magnet
An acrylic fridge magnet has many utilities like enhancing the beauty of your refrigerator, giving it a stylish touch and modifying the look of your fridge. But, now you can add a touch of extraordinary quality of royal heritage to your fridge by keeping a flag as a magnet attached on your very own refrigerator. We often find photo frames or beautiful sceneries as the cover of any fridge magnet, but rarely do we find a flag as a magnet that can be attached to our fridge. The bright colours of green, red and yellow make it a vibrant piece of collection. The name Saskatchewan is an adaptation from the Cree Indian word Kisiskatchewasnisipi, meaning fast flowing river. The Canadian Confederation joined hands with Saskatchewan on September 1, 1905, and the flag was formed on September 22, 1969. The design of the current flag was chosen in a competition, the design is strongly influenced by Anthony Drake. If you have to decide upon any one flag magnet, then unquestionably, the flag of Saskatchewan is the best option for you.
Symbolism Used In the Flag of Saskatchewan
The flag of Saskatchewan has an emblem on the top left side of it, a red lion across a golden background; below the lion are three wheat sheaves against a green foundation on the top left corner of the flag. A red lily is displayed on the right side of the flag. The flag of this Canadian Prairie Province is divided into two rectangular halves; the upper half is green in colour, depicting the forest land of the province and the lower part of the rectangle is yellow coloured symbolising the vast prairie grasslands of this vast region. The red lion amidst the golden yellow background in the emblem reflects an association with the Armorial Bearings of the coat of arms representing British culture and heraldry, and the wheat sheaves signify the province's rich agricultural lands. The red lily, on the other side represents Canadian flavour, as lily is the provincial flower of Saskatchewan.