Last modified: 2021-09-18 by rob raeside
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image by Masao Okazaki, 25 August 2021
I drew this flag based on the many photos on the towns Facebook page:
According to this information at the Riverview History Project (http://addendum.riverviewhistoryproject.ca/images/rpl_archives/Local_Politics/RIVERVIEW-TOWN-CREST.pdf), the seal on the flag was designed in 1973 by Town Administrator George E. Hamilton. Riverview was incorporated in 1973 by the amalgamation of the villages of Bridgedale, Gunningsville, and Riverview Heights and part of the parish of Coverdale. The bull moose supporters represent the king of New Brunswick wildlife, denoting vigilance and perseverance against adversity. The four maple leaves on the shield represent the villages that make up the town.
Masao Okazaki, 25 August 2021