Civic Flag for Toronto, Ontario
The flag of Toronto was adopted in 1974 after the city called for design submissions from the public. After the city amalgamated in 1997, council wanted to modify the design. Changes were adopted in 1999 by the original designer of the flag to form the design we know today. White outlines of City Hall are featured on a blue field, representative of the letter "T" with a red 11-point maple leaf positioned near the bottom centre.