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Oxford County, Ontario (Canada)

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Flag of Oxford image by William Hepburn, 11 November 2017

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Description of the flag

On Google Streetview, I took a look at the Oxford County Admin Building and a few other county buildings. They seem to flying a county flag. The colours & logo were taken directly from the county website http://www.oxfordcounty.ca. The standard Canadian 1:2 aspect ratio was used. The size of the bands appears to be 1/4 on top, 1/8 on bottom while the logo seems to be centred on whole flag. I'm not 100% certain of the dimensions. I've included the Google view of the flag
as well.
William Hepburn, 11 November 2017

Based on this picture, I think that the upper and lower stripes are equal: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c1/Oxford_County_Board_of_Health_Woodstock_Ontario_1.JPG
Dave Fowler, 11 November 2017

Well, they sort of are. They aren't, however, straight. On each hoistwise edge, one stripe is narrow and the other wide, and across the flag that gradually turns around so at the other edge it's the other way around.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 11 November 2017