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   xoxoxoBruce  Saturday May 2 10:47 PM

May 3rd 2015: Canadian Flag

The Canadian Flag turns 50 this year, actually it did in February.



Wiki says...

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The flag is horizontally symmetric and therefore the obverse and reverse sides appear identical. The width of the Maple Leaf flag is twice the height. The white field is a Canadian pale (a square central band in a vertical triband flag, named after this flag); each bordering red field is exactly half its size and it bears a red maple leaf at its centre. The blazon was registered with the Canadian Heraldic Authority on March 15, 2005; outlining the heraldic design as "Gules on a Canadian pale argent a maple leaf of the first", as outlined in the original royal proclamation.
Now you have to remember this design came from dead center of the turbulent sixties.







Leus  Monday May 4 09:15 AM

Being south american, just realized that I know absolutely nothing about Canada (or Canadá, as we spell it.)



xoxoxoBruce  Monday May 4 12:55 PM

It's a beautiful place, Leus, have a look.



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