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What Does The Canadian Flag Mean?

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The Canadian flag is red with a white square in the center with a red maple leaf and was adopted by the parliament in the year 1964.

The length of the flag is twice that its width. Their flag is also known as Maple leaf or l’Unifolié. Maple leaf in thé center is a tribute to the appreciation of nature and the environment of canada. The colors red and white are used because these were chosen as the national colors of canada by King George in 1921. The points of the maple leaf do not represent the provinces, it was just pure coincidence and not intentional.
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Its awesome!! Lol The length of the flag is twice that its width. Their flag is also known as Maple leaf or l’Unifolié. Maple leaf in thé center is a tribute to the appreciation of nature and the environment of canada. The colors red and white are used because these were chosen as the national colors of canada by King George in 1921. The points of the maple leaf do not represent the provinces, it was just pure coincidence and not intentional.
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Lots of people say the red means bloodshed in a war, but it represents St. George's cross. The white represents the French Royal Eblem. The maple leaf does not represent anything, but the points on it represent the oceans and lakes. The two outer stripes were ment to be blue, but they decided to keep the red and white and the flag.

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