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Princess Louisa International Foundation (United States/Canada)

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The Princess Louisa International Foundation is a joint US/Canadian nonprofit organization dedicted to preservation of the Princess Louisa Inlet area. The inlet is accessible only by water, and the flag is intended primarily to be flown as a burgee on members' boats.

I was not able to get a good picture of the flag, but there is an image of it on the PLIF web site at www.princesslouisa.bc.ca. It is a white swallowtail burgee with a dark blue border. The field is charged with a green maple leaf (styled after the Canadian one), and the border with 13 white billets, 6 each on top and bottom and one at the inner angle of the fly.
Peter Ansoff, 16 September 2006