BRITISH COLUMBIA
Flag

Adopted in 1960, the flag of Alberta duplicates the Armorial Bearings. The flag is topped by the Union Jack with a gold crown centred in the cross bars, representing British Columbia's colonial beginnings. The waving blue and white lines and the setting sun symbolize British Columbia's geographic position between the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.

Proportionally, the flag measures 5 units wide by 3 units high.