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Detailed Franco-Ontarian Flag Product Description
The Franco-Ontarian flag was adopted on September 25 1975 and designed by Gaétan Gervais. The flag was adopted by the Association Canadienne-Francaise de l'Ontario.
This flag consists of two panels, one dark green at the house and one white at the fly end. A white fleur-de-lis is set on the green panel and a dark green stylized trillium flower is set on the white panel.
The fleur-de-lis is of course the symbol of Frenchness, while Ontario's floral emblem is the symbolic connection to the province. The white trillium was adopted as Ontario's floral emblem in 1937, as a by-product of a failed effort to find a national flower that could be planted on the graves of Canadian soldiers that died abroad.
Perfect for proudly displaying your heritage. At FlagMart Canada, we are happy to customize your order or help you to amend it to fit your needs. For other sizes or materials, please reach out via the contact us link.
- Kevin Harrington: 'The Flags of the Francophonie in Canada', Flag Bulletin, No. 147, 1992, pp.139-152.