The Treaty 6 Flag is a powerful representation of the Confederacy of Treaty Six First Nations, established in 1993 to protect and provide political structures for the Treaty community's economic advancement. This meaningful flag spans the vast regions of Western Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, holding deep historical and cultural significance.
The Treaty No.6 Flag, with its vibrant colours and intricate design, pays homage to this rich cultural heritage and serves as a visual tribute to the enduring spirit of the Confederacy. It embodies unity, resilience, and the commitments made by Indigenous communities throughout history.
By proudly displaying the Treaty 6 Flag, you honour the past while celebrating the present and inspiring hope for a harmonious future where diverse cultures coexist. This flag is not just a historical artifact; it's a symbol of unity and progress for all Canadians.
As you add this flag to your collection or home decor, you own a piece of Canadian history and contribute to preserving and celebrating Indigenous culture.
Embrace the spirit of Treaty 6 – a symbol of unity and progress – and order your Treaty 6 Flag today to become part of this remarkable legacy.
For more information about Treaty 6, please visit the Government of Canada and Treaty 6 on Wikipedia
|Size||54 in x 27 in (4.5' x 2.25')|
72 in x 36 in (3' x 6')
|Material||Durapoly/ Knitted Polyester|
|Finishing||Tape Header with Grommets|
Double-needles 3 sided
4 rows of stitching on the fly end
|Specifications||Constructed using 110 gsm Polyknit, the most durable fabric in our Polyester line|
Digitally printed single-sided with an 80% colour penetration on the backside. A bright appearance with a tough and sturdy touch
Sewn with strong, UV thread on a thick, white tape header
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