Like in neighbouring Manitoba, sentiment in favour of the Red Ensign was high in Ontario at the adoption of the Maple Leaf as Canada’s emblem in 1965. Though two MP’s condemned it as a “revenge flag,” the version featuring Ontario’s coat of arms was proclaimed as the provincial flag shortly thereafter.
Available in Nylite or Durapoly
A bright appearance with a tough and sturdy touch
Fabric and colours tested for durability and UV resistance
Sewn with a strong, UV resistant thread with a thick, white tape header
Product made by following the Canadian Federal Government's CGSB guideline
Product satisfaction guaranteed
Made in Canada
Durapoly is a knitted polyester fabric that is fast-drying, fray and wrinkle resistant making it easy to maintain outdoors. If you are looking for a bright white on the fine details of a provincial flag, this product is meant for you.
Nylite 200 is our most popular nylon fabric for its value. Through several colour and field testing, our team has developed a true "Canada Red" that shines bright. It is durable yet lightweight and is coated for UV and water resistance to keep your flag colours lasting longer.