Pearson Pennant (1965)
The Pearson Pennant is a proposed flag of Canada that features three red conjoined red maple leaves on a a white field. Additionally, two thin vertical blue rectangles located on the hoist and fly of the flag, symbolizing Canada's motto (and geography): "sea to sea". This design was favored by Prime Minister Lester Pearson during the Great Flag Debate of 1964. Pearson had been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his negotiating during the Suez Crisis of 1956, during which he came to find out that the Egyptians opposed a Canadian peacekeeping forces on the grounds that the then Canadian Flag contained a Union Jack, a symbol of the United Kingdom[1].
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