Canadian Duality Flag
The Canadian Duality Flag is an unofficial flag of the nation that was popularized by the 1995 Quebec referendum on the "no" side of the issue. It is similar to the current Canadian flag, but it contains two thin blue bars in addition to the red and white. The blue represents French heritage. The red represents British heritage. It is also known as the Renewed Canadian Flag or Canadian Unity Flag[1].
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