Canadian Red Ensign
The Canadian Red Ensign was the flag of Canada until 1965. It is a British red ensign, featuring the UK's flag in the canton, adorned with the shield of the coat of arms of Canada.
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- [T]he flag of the true Canada [is the Red Ensign], the European Canada before the treasonous European replacement schemes brought in by the 1965 immigration policies...
- Paul Fromm, as quoted in "Former Canadian flag, the Red Ensign, gets new, darker life as far-right symbol" (10 July 2017), by Graeme Hamilton, National Post
- There is significant and genuine affection for the Red Ensign in the veterans’ community of Canada for the reason that wars were fought and lives were lost under that flag... Canadians fought for the freedoms we enjoy today. I don’t think they fought to have the Red Ensign denigrated in such a manner, quite frankly.
- Bill Maxwell, as quoted in "Former Canadian flag, the Red Ensign, gets new, darker life as far-right symbol" (10 July 2017), by Graeme Hamilton, National Post
- Encyclopedic article on Canadian Red Ensign at Wikipedia