Canada Flag
The current Canadian Flag was adopted on February 15, 1965. It is a vertical bicolour that features two red outer band and one larger inner white band. A large red maple leaf is depicted in the center. It came about when Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson appointed a committee to select a flag to resolve the debate surrounding the national flag, which was known as the Great Canadian Flag Debate. It was designed by George F. G. Stanley and John Matheson. The color red derives from Saint George's Cross. The color white derives from the French royal emblem since King Charles VII[1].
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  Canada Coat of Arms
The Canadian Coat of Arms was adopted on November 21, 1921. It underwent slight modifications in both 1957 and 1994. It features a shield divided into five section. One section shows three golden lions of a red background, which represents England, and dates back to the reign of Richard I. Another section depicts the red lion rampant of Scotland, a symbol which dates back to the reign of William I. Another section depicts the Irish harp of Tara. Another section depicts three golden fleurs-de-lis, which represent France. Lastly, three red maple leaves are depicted, which represent Canada itself. The shield is supported by and English lion and Scottish unicorn. The crest is a crowned gold lion standing on a twisted wreath of red and white silk and holding a maple leaf in its right paw. A scroll at the bottom contains the Latin motto A Mari usque ad Mare, which means "from sea to sea"[2].
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