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Buy Online - Official Canadian Flag
- 200D Nylon Outdoor Canadian Flags (Government Standard is 70D Nylon)
- High Quality - All of our Nylon flags are quadruple stitched on the fly end
- Vibrant and Bright Colours - All of our Nylon Canadian flags are screen printed
- Long-lasting compared with other materials - 200D Nylon is considered to be the best product offered by the industry
- Resistant to UV rays - our Nylon Canadian Flags are printed with UV resistant inks on UV coated Nylon
- The Standard Canadian Flag size is 36''x72'' (Fits poles 20 ft to 30 ft)
- Nylon Canadian Flags can be finished either with a Rope and Toggle or Grommets
- Made in Canada!
- Polyester Indoor Canadian Flags - perfect for hanging on your wall
- Finished only with Grommets on left hand side
Product Description for the Canadian Flag
The Maple Leaf Canada flag is 1 colour and is screen printed in several sizes. At FlagMart Canada we carry all sizes of Canada Flags online. You can buy your Canadian flags by using the below charts to determine what flag size you need based on your flagpole. If you require one for indoor use on a wall, the most economical option is the polyester flag with grommets.
Determine The Flag Size You Need
|Application||Size of Pole||Standard Flag Sizes|
|Outdoor Flag Pole||20’||27"x54",36"x72"|
|Indoor Flag Display||8’||36"x60", 36"x72"|
|Wall Angle Mounted||6’||27"x54"|
Detailed Description of Canadian Flag
The Maple leaf flag is the national flag of Canada. It consists of a red field with a white square at its centre in the ratio of 1:2:1, in the middle of which is featured a stylized, red, 11-pointed maple leaf charged in the centre. It is the first flag approved by the Parliament of Canada for use as the country's national flag replacing the unofficially used Red Canadian Ensign.
In 1964, Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson formed a committee to resolve the ongoing issue of the lack of an official Canadian flag. There was three choices but eventually the design by George Stanley was chosen. It was based on the flag of the Royal Military College of Canada was selected. The flag was officially used on February 15, 1965 (National Flag of Canada Day).