Thank you, much appreciated!
And wishing you a very happy 4th of July upcoming!
Andrew, you weren’t born yet (I am sure) when that flag flew officially over Canada. But I am so old that I actually remember the day that this came down and the Maple Leaf replaced it. But on closer inspection I notice the maple leaves on your flag are a different colour from the ones of the last Dominion flag that was replaced by the Maple Leaf in 1965. (I remember 1965 well because I saw the Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl that year … I was 15 years old).
I pray for the return of the Red Ensign. Happy Dominion Day, and God Save the Queen!
Any flag with the Union Flag on it is inherently better than any other alternative.
Thank you Mr Cusack! However the proper name of the day pursuant to the Holiday Act, which received Royal assent on October 27 1982 is in fact Canada Day. Her Majesty’s laws are Her Majesty’s laws! As fount of justice she so assented to the new name and new flag. God Save the Queen!
As for Mr Cooper, he is quite correct; the maple leaves at the bottom of the shield were changed to red in 1957. The flag at the top of the page was the de facto flag from 1921 to 1957.
Beautiful medieval Doom painting in Church of St Thomas, Salisbury— had been painted over by Protestant iconoclasts. pic.twitter.com/4GFvFlYWtl
6:10pm 24 Sep 2016
Salisbury Cathedral, Wilts. pic.twitter.com/Ry0aiswFUi
6:05pm 24 Sep 2016
Our Lady of Walsingham, Mother of England, pray for us. pic.twitter.com/zrkbOAQmXd
8:48am 24 Sep 2016
Yesterday was the 100th anniversary of teenage Guards officer & poet Bim Tennant's death at the Somme. R.I.P. pic.twitter.com/Pl7RrZlWTj
11:51am 23 Sep 2016