|Flag of Vancouver|
|Adopted||May 17, 1983|
|Designed by||Robert Watt|
The flag of the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, is white with five wavy blue horizontal stripes. On the hoist is a green pentagon with three of its edges on the edges of the flag, and two more edges forming an arrow-like shape pointing towards the fly. In the center of the pentagon is a golden shield with a stylized version of the Vancouver badge in black in the center of the shield. The shield is outlined in black. There is a black line in between the pentagon and the white and blue stripes.
The blue and white wavy stripes represent the Pacific Ocean. The green represents the forest. The shield with the city's badge represents Vancouver.
The green chevron penetrating wavy bars symbolizes the city's peninsular position.