The national flag of Canada, popularly known as the maple leaf, made its first appearance of February 15, 1965. The current flag of Canada was approved by the House of Commons on December 15, 1964, and by the Senate two days later. The flag was later approved by Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen of Canada. The national flag is also employed as the naval ensign for Canadian ships and military vessels. In 1921, King George V proclaimed the official colors of Canada as red, from Saint George's Cross, and white, from the French royal emblem since King Charles VII.
Nylon flags are made of 100% heavyweight 200-denier Nylon, specially treated to resist deterioration, a truly durable all-weather flag. Finished with white cotton header and 2 grommets. Made in the USA.
Light Weight Polyester flags are printed on a lighter, richly colored indoor quality material. Can be flown outdoors for short periods of time. Perfect for pictures or as a souvenir of a special trip. Finished with white header and 2 grommets.
Fleece blankets are 50”x60” and made from washable, super soft fleece.
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