What Does the Canadian Flag Stand For?
The Canadian flag stands for the country's unity. The flag represents all Canadian people, regardless of race, language or religious belief.
The flag is red and white and boasts a large, three-point maple leaf. The colors of the flag are the country's national colors. the maple leaf has represented Canada since the 1700s. the flag was designed by George Stanley and finalized by designer Mr. Jacques St-Cyr. The maple leaf flag was adopted as the country's first official flag on February 15, 1965. Prior to the adoption of the flag, Canada used the Union flag to unofficially represent the country.