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Varennes, Quebec (Canada)

Ville de Varennes

Last modified: 2012-08-09 by rob raeside
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The town of Varennes (21,368 inhabitants on 1 January 2008; 94 sq. km), part of the MRC Lajemmerais, Region of Montérégie, is located on the southern bank of river Saint-Laurent.

The flag of Varennes is shown on a photography available on the municipal website, hoisted in the Mayor's room.

Although the municipality has a coat of arms, the flag is white with the municipal logotype. The description of the logotype is the following (my translation):


  • Shape: an isosceles triangle for stability and the "V" of Varennes for opening up to the future;
  • Elements: the curved points represent on one side water and on the other side the rural territory of Varennes; they cross to form a bird, a symbol of humanity; the repetition of the points represents the dynamism and energy of the town of Varennes.


  • Blue for confidence and the omnipresent river;
  • Ochre for the richness of the heritage and the wide rural territory of Varennes.


  • The serifed Calson font is in harmonywith the curve-shaped and point- ending elements of the symbol.

Source: Varennes Logo Page
Ivan Sache, 5 March 2008