The Nunavut flag was adopted on April 1st, 1999, when the land became a territory. The yellow section and white sections of the flag are divided by a red inukshuk, which is a stone landmark used by Inuit people. A blue star is located in the upper right side, which stands for the North Star, as well as the community elders wisdom. The Nunavut flag is the only Canadian flag to not have any elements of the United Kingdom in it.
Here are some quick facts about the province of Nunavut.
Motto(s): Our Land, Our Strength
Capital City: Iqaluit
Largest City: Iqaluit