Here are the rules for flying a historical flag in Canada according to Canadian Heritage. At Flag Mart Canada we offer a variety of historical reproductions of previous canadian flags and flags representing important parts of Canadian History.
Why is land acknowledgement important? Land acknowledgments are a fundamental step towards honouring and recognizing the First Nations communities that occupied the land before us and who continue to occupy the and today. As a Canadian, an employee, a business owner, a student etc..we need to take active steps in truth and reconciliation. Land acknowledgements are a first real and actionable step that we can all take.
The resources included in this document were developed by Alberta Regional Professional Development Consortia (ARPDC) as a result of grants from Alberta Education to support the implementation of First Nations, Métis and Inuit Education for Reconciliation in Alberta. Explanation of Terms (Stepping Stones is a publication of the Alberta Teachers’ Association Walking Together Project) Treaty Map of Alberta Alberta Treaties 6, 7, 8 History of First Nation Peoples in Alberta History and Legacy of Residential Schools Overview of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Advancing Reconciliation: Relationships
On April 10th 2017 Barbara Fitzsimmons, the Chief Operating Officer of the BCEHS presented Mike Wright, The Ceremonial Sergeant Major (CSM) of the BC Ambulance Service Honour Guard, with the very first British Columbia Ambulance Service Honour Guard flag.