The Red Ensign Flag went through several variations on its journey from the jack of the British Merchant Navy to the emblem of Canada until the introduction of the Maple Leaf flag in 1965. The first version bore a composite coats-of-arms of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, with new provinces added as they joined Confederation. The Canada Coat of Arms in 1922 replaced the composite. The original composite, the Vimy Ridge flag, flew in Canada’s World War I birth-of-a-nation battle.
The Canada Red Ensign Red leaves version was used between 1957 - 1965 and until now.
At Canadian, we take pride in using the most up-to-date technology machines that produce high-quality embroidered products. We focus on creating unique and eye-catching flags and banners made in Canada that will last for years to come. Set your final touch with our Canada Ensign Historic Embroidered/ Appliqué Collection.
Learn more about the Evolution of the Canadian Red Ensign here