|Flag of Saskatchewan|
|Adopted||March 1, 1969|
|Designed by||Sister Imelda |
The flag of Saskatchewan is a horizontal bicolour of green and yellow, with the Saskatchewan armorial bearings, stylized, in the canton area. In the center of the fly area of the flag is a large stylized prairie lily. 
The armorial bearings represent Saskatchewan. The prairie lily is the provincial floral emblem of Saskatchewan. Green represents the forests of the province, and yellow represents grain.  The proportions of 1:2 are the same proportions of the flag of Canada.
|Provinces and Territories of Canada|
|British Columbia ● Alberta ● Saskatchewan ● Manitoba ● Ontario ● Quebec ● Newfoundland and Labrador (Newfoundland, Labrador) ● New Brunswick ● Prince Edward Island ● Nova Scotia ● Yukon ● Northwest Territories ● Nunavut