The New Brunswick flag displays a golden lion passant on a red field. A gold field with a lymphad that was a ship known to carry Loyalists to the land resides on the bottom part of the New Brunswick flag with blue and white wavy lines.
The history behind the New Brunswick flag is an interesting one. After the Maple Leaf was adopted as Canada’s national emblem, the parliamentary opposition in New Brunswick was expected move that the province retain the Red Ensign. Louis Robichaud, the province’s first Acadian premier, avoided tensions between the Anglo, French and Acadian populations by secretly commissioning a unique provincial flag.
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Sewn with a strong, UV resistant thread with a thick, white tape header
Covered in UV resistant formula for longer lasting colours
90%+ colour penetration on both sides
Product made by following the Canadian Federal Government's CGSB guideline
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Durapoly is a knitted polyester fabric that is fast-drying, fray and wrinkle resistant making it easy to maintain outdoors.
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