• Short Sleeve Polo

    • 100% cotton pique knit
    • Five button placket
    • Flat knit collar & sleeve cuffs
    • Uneven hem with V-notch side slits
    • Dyed to match buttons
    • Roots 73 inner neck tape
  • Full Zip Fleece

    • 80% cotton, 20% polyester
    • Covered two-way metal zipper
    • Lower welt pockets
    • Rib knit collar, cuffs & hem
    • Coverstitch detail
    • Roots 73 inner neck tape
Customize your apparel before adding it to the cart

Civic Flag for Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax, Nova Scotia Flag

The Halifax Regional Municipality came into existence on April 1, 1996 as a result of the amalgamation of the cities of Halifax and Dartmouth, the Town of Bedford and Halifax County Municipality. The Halifax flag is a banner of arms and features St. Andrew's cross which refers to the cross in the provincial flag symbolizing Halifax's status as the capitol of Nova Scotia. The Nova Scotia flag is a reversal of the flag of Scotland which also features St Andrew's cross (also known as a saltire). At the flag's centre is a kingfisher with ancient ships in the hoist and fly centres of the flag.