The national flag of Canada is changing, according to the official National Post newspaper.
The national anthem is being played, and the flag is being flown over the Houses of Parliament.
Why is the flag changing now?
The official Canadian flag is the red maple leaf, with the blue, white and red stripes.
The flag is red and white with a black stripe.
It was designed by the British artist John Leland and was flown over Parliament Hill in 1926.
Canada’s flag was the same flag in use from 1917 to 1971, but it was changed in 1976, when the Conservative government passed a new version of the Constitution.
The current flag was designed in 1988 and adopted in 1993.
The Canadian flag was used in the 1960s, when Canada was under British rule.
During the war, Canada was ruled by France and Germany.
The Royal Canadian Air Force was also part of the Canadian military, and in 1966 the Royal Canadian Navy was also based in Halifax.
The National Post article Is there a reason for the change?
There is an increasing number of people in Canada who have questions about the Canadian flag and its history, particularly those who are Canadian citizens.
For example, many of those Canadians are students in Canada and want to know what the national anthem means to them.
Others have questions related to the national flag and the Canadian constitution.
For more information on Canada’s changing flag, visit the Canadian Heritage website.
Is it a good idea to fly the national emblem?
Some people have said that flying the national symbol will make it harder for Canada to be recognized internationally.
Others say it will make Canada appear weak.
What is the Canadian Flag?
The Canadian Flag is a flag of the country of Canada, which was adopted in 1867 and is the first flag of a new country.
The original flag was created by the first prime minister, Charles A. Macdonald, in 1851.
It is a red maple, with white stripes and a white and blue stripe across the upper portion of the flag.
The red maple has been worn by Canadians since 1794, and it has the same design as the current flag.
What do Canadians know about the flag?
Canadians are familiar with the Canadian national anthem.
The anthem was composed by the late Sir John A. MacDonald, who was a vocal advocate of the abolition of slavery.
It features the words, “To thee be the glory, the love, the peace and the freedom, forever and ever.”
It was first played at public ceremonies in 1855, and then repeated several times a day in 1871.
It also features an ovation.
The Anthem of the National Anthem was first performed at a public service in 1882, and has since been recited on a variety of occasions, including the national centennial in 2021.
The song is known for its lyrics, which have been written in English and French and have been performed by thousands of Canadians.
The lyrics of the anthem have also been translated into more than a dozen languages, including Chinese, Italian, Russian, Ukrainian and Spanish.
The United States is the only other country that uses the anthem in its national anthem, while other nations, such as the United Kingdom, use it for national events.
How does the flag compare to the original flag?
The original national flag was a red-and-white striped flag with white and white stripes, with a red and blue striped stripe across its upper portion.
The new flag has a blue and white striped flag on its upper half.
The design is inspired by the blue and yellow stripes on the flag of England, which first flew in 1633.
The colours of the national coat of arms have also changed, but they are still white and grey.
The colour of the Canada flag has been red since Confederation.
The colors of the coat of rights have also varied.
During Confederation, the flag was yellow with red stripes on a red background, but during the 20th century, it was red and green.
During World War II, the colour of Canada’s coat of war armorial bearings changed from blue to white, but since then, the colours of these arms have been blue and green, as well as red.
In the early 20th-century, the colors of Canada was blue, and red, yellow and white.
Today, the flags of Canada and the United States are both blue and red.
The official national anthem was originally written in the English language.
Today the song was written in French and is often sung at public events.
The first time the song has been played at a national ceremony was in 1856.
The history of the original national anthem can be traced to 1789, when Macdonald issued the first national anthem in English.
In 1917, the anthem was changed to the new flag.
In 1951, the song became the national song and became the official anthem for Canada.
What happens if the flag changes?
The National Anthem of Canada changes every four years to reflect the changing of government.