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Beresford, New Brunswick (Canada)

Last modified: 2022-10-15 by rob raeside
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[Flag of Beresford] image located by Vanja Poposki, 17 September 2022
Photo located by Valentin Poposki, 28 July 2019

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Description of the flag

The flag of the Town of Beresford, New Brunswick, consists of three parts - on the top horizontal stripe with five-pointed star in the middle, in the middle stripe with flowers, near the hoist, and beaver, near the fly, and the bottom of the flag consist of wavy stripes. The flag was adopted in 1999. It was designed by a local committee comprised of town councilors and citizens of our town.

Information and image thanks to Rachelle Chiasson and Sylvie Bernatchez from the Town of Beresford

About the town:

Beresford (2006 population: 4,264) is a Canadian town in Gloucester County, New Brunswick. It is situated on the shore of Chaleur Bay immediately north of the city of Bathurst. 81% of the town's residents are francophone. - source Wikipedia: Beresford, New Brunswick.

Official town website . Valentin Poposki, 31 October 2009

A black and white image of the flag showing more details is archived here.
Valentin Poposki, 18 April 2010

The Town of Beresford's website now includes a digital image of the town's flag

The town’s flag was adopted in 1999.

Cuculated Violet: Official flower of New Brunswick and reminding us of our connection to it.
Beaver: Symbol of hard work and belonging of the town of Beresford in Canada.
The Star: Symbol of Acadie
The waves: Our presence on the edge of the Bay of Chaleur.
The colour silver represents beauty and purity.
The gold colour represents justice and strength.
Azure blue represents loyalty.
Vanja Poposki, 17 September 2022