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Quebec Flag

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A dark blue Quebec flag with a white cross in the center. There is a white fleur-de-lis in each corner.
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As the only Canadian province with a primary language of French, Quebec has developed a unique culture along the St. Lawrence River. Pair your Canadian flag with one for Quebec to display where you come from!

Quebec Flag

Our Quebec flags are made in America from 100% nylon, a sturdy and durable material suitable for indoor or outdoor use. This flag measures 91 cm x 183 cm and features a canvas heading and brass grommets, making it a perfect fit for a 5’ fiberglass pole or 6’ tangle-free pole


  • Made in America
  • 3’ x 6’ (91 cm x 183 cm)
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Extra stitching
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets

History & Meaning of the Quebec Flag

The provincial flag of Quebec, called the Fleurdelisé, was the first to be formally adopted by a province of Canada on January 21, 1948. Earlier French and Canadian flags heavily influence elements of this design. The Kingdom of France’s naval flags inspired the white cross motif. The other symbols were initially presented on a banner of the Virgin Mary used by the 18th-century Canadian colonial militia. On that banner, the fleurs-de-lis symbolized purity, while the blue background represented heaven.