The current flag of Saskatchewan, Canada, was adopted in 1969. The flag has a green upper half which represents the northern section of the province and its primarily forested lands. The left side in the green half also contains Saskatchewan's shield of arms.The lower half of gold represents the southern section of the province and its primarily grain growing areas. On the right side overlapping both green and gold halves is the western red lily, the provincial floral emblem. Our Canadian Province flag are made to the official size of 3'x6'. These flags are made from durable nylon material, designed to last!