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Flag of the Canadian Progress Club, a Canadian pale of blue, yellow, blue, with the club's emblem centered on the central square.
About the flag: I took a picture of it in Moncton, New Brunswick in the Spring of 2005. The room was a little dark, and it may be that the color of the side stripes are\more towards purple.
About the club:
It's Great To Be a Canadian/Soyons Fiers d’ętre Canadien; is the motto of the Canadian Progress Club, an all-Canadian service club having no international affiliations. Membership and its privileges are open equally to men and women. Progress members seek the advancement of the communities in which their individual clubs are located. Progress is entirely Canadian in concept and development. Each local club conducts its own affairs and its own charitable projects. There is no classification system within the Club. Progressians are men and women from all walks of life who enjoy hands-on involvement in charitable activities. In particular, members are proud of their contributions in the area of under-privileged children, and of helping to foster the cause of the physically, mentally and socially handicapped people of Canada through service to the community. In doing so they meet new friends and have fun! In addition to their commitments to local communities, on a national level, Canadian Progress Clubs proudly support Canadian Special Olympics through the Canadian Progress Charitable Foundation.Luc Baronian, 16 June 2005