Young athletes and coaches representing Lesser Slave River in the 2016 Arctic Winter Games unfurl the MD flag in its northernmost location to date: Nuuk, Greenland.
Chief Administrative Officer Allan Winarski shows off the MD banner to his Beefeater buddy in front of the Tower of London.
Executive Assistant, Lana Spencer, enjoys the view with her colleague Trisha Kuzek, Administrative Assistant for Transportation, in Winfield, British Columbia.
Municipal communicators Karen Kolenc and Sean Mellis show their true colours to the ancient coastal village of Piran in southwestern Slovenija.
La Sagesse, Grenada
Councillor Brian Rosche takes time out of his holiday in La Sagesse, Grenada to support the Lesser Slave River brand.
Apache Junction, Arizona
Administrative Assistant Trisha Kuzek and Human Resources/Communications Coordinator Alanis Marleau brave the heat of Arizona's Silly Mountain to fly the MD flag.
Utility Operator Dayton Lindbergh shreds the slopes of Big White with the legacy MD flag in tow.
Administrative Assistant Annette Kay unfurls an older version of the Lesser Slave River flag on the steps of the legendary Great Wall of China.
McBride, British Columbia
Ed Copeland and his thrill-seeking friend take the MD flag to new heights on Mount Lucille in McBride, British Columbia.
BC Hot Springs
MD Utility Operator Dayton Lindbergh takes the old school municipal flag with him for some down time in the BC Hot Springs.
Human Resources/Communications Coordinator Alanis Marleau chooses a balmy onshore breeze to fly the MD colours.
Chief Administrative Officer Allan Winarski plants the flag at King Arthur's Table in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Safety Coordinator Angeline Blackmore proudly waves the municipal flag at Signal Hill in St. Johns Newfoundland.
Tom Moore and his family take the flag to Union, Oregon.