The Official Flag of Prince Albert

This flag was designed by Miss Milda Hunter of Arborfield and modified by Mr. Carter Watson and the Celebration's Committee during Prince Albert's 75th Jubilee Year in 1979.  Declared the "Jubilee Flag," it was later declared the Official Flag of the City of Prince Albert on January 1, 1980 by the City Council.

The symbolism is as follows:

Green and gold are the official City colours.  Green represents forests and gold represents agriculture.

The four triangles represent the building blocks of industry:  fur, fish, forestry and farming.

The stylized tree represents the abundance of parks and recreational playground.

The arrow pointing north represents all roads that lead north to and from Prince Albert, the "Gateway to the North."

The arrowhead symbol pays tribute to the city's original inhabitants.

City of Prince Albert's Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms of Prince Albert was adopted in 1957 after considerable research.

Besides being an attractive Coat of Arms, it is a pictorial history of The City of Prince Albert.

The shield with the beaver and three sheaves of wheat represent the fur trade of the early days and our agricultural industry. The white spruce depicts our lumbering industry.

The North West Mounted Police Constable reflects the connection between The Force and The City which has existed since the Riel uprising of 1885.

The Plains Cree Indian in full regalia represents the Indians who inhabited this area when Prince Albert was founded in 1866.

The emblem at the top of the shield depicts a portion of the Coat of Arms of Prince Albert the Prince Consort. Royal permission was granted for such usage.


City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK
S6V 7P3

Phone:  306.953.4884