When you walk into the Saskatoon Western Development Museum’s Boomtown right now you will see the Union Jack draped everywhere. That’s because it was the flag of the day on November 11th, 1918, Armistice Day. And this Sunday, Remembrance Day, marks 100 years since the end of the Great War – World War I . Conservator Mark Anderson says they have used flags and banners to reflect the mood of the day and something else which has consistently attracted the interest of visitors that being the newspaper clippings. The newspapers reproductions are accounts of the actual day one hundred years ago. The Canadian flag wasn’t adopted until February 15th 1965 so even during World War II, Canada would have flown the Union Jack. Welcome to Boomtown on Armistice Day is on display until November 18th.