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Miscellaneous First Nations (Canada)

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T'souke Nation

[T'souke Nation]
by Andrew Andersen

T'souke Nation, Vancouver Island (designed by myself and officially adopted in 1997 by the nation)
Andrew Andersen, 27 January 2001

Esquimalt Nation

[Esquimalt Nation]
by Andrew Andersen

Esquimalt Nation, Vancouver Island (unofficially used since 1997)
Andrew Andersen, 27 January 2001

Nisga Nation

The Indian Nisga'a Nation has had autonomy within British Colombia since May 2000. The flag, The result of a public competition won by Lloyd McDames and Peter McKay, was adopted on April 24, 2001. Red, white, and black are the traditional Nisga'a colors. The circle in the white stripe represents a rainbow. The hayatskw, a copper shield, symbolizes the history of the Nisga'a Nation.

Capital: New Aiyansh
Area (sq. km): 2,000
Population: 5,500

source: Illustrated Guide to Flags by Jos Poels 2003 PRC Publishing Ltd.

There is a picture of the flag at this site:
Geoff Haley, 17 June 2004

Odanak Nation

[Odanak Nation]
by Jorhge Hurtado

The flag of the Indian nation of Odanak in Quebec was adopted at the end of 20th century.

Source is Michel Lupant (Gaceta de Banderas #65)

Symbols in the corners are: a black turtle, a black bear, a maple leaf and a yellow bird over a black rectangle.
Jaume Ollé

Red Earth Cree Nation

[Red Earth Cree Nation]
by Blas Delgado

I couldn't identified well the upper and lower small symbols, so they are an approximation. The lower big symbol is a map of the Indian Reservation. The tortuous line above it may be a river or a delineation of some mountain chain in the horizon.
Blas Delgado, 5 April 2001