Alberta Flag Color Codes HEX, RGB, CMYK, HSL & HSV

Alberta have 6 colors in their flag which are Blue(#053293), White(#FFFFFF), Red(#FC131C), Yellow(#FFEC40), Green(#046821) and Grey(#BEBEBE).

The Hex, RGB, CMYK, HSV, and HSL color codes are in the table below.

The flag of Alberta is composed of different colors and elements, each representing a unique concept. The following are the key points that study the symbolic significance of the flag of Alberta:

  • The flag of Alberta is an ultramarine blue field with a shield of Alberta.
  • The blue represents the sky and sparkling lakes.
  • The provincial shield is positioned in the center of the blue background.
  • St. George’s Cross is represented by the red cross at the top of the shield. It serves as a reminder of the British heritage and a homage to King George III.
  • The snow-capped mountains represent the Rocky Mountains.
  • The province’s diverse and abundant flora is symbolized by the green foothills that lie underneath the snow-capped mountains.
  • Alberta has prairie lands beneath its foothills. Small bushes on the shield serve as a visual indication for them.
Learn about the state symbols of Alberta