The Red Ensign went through a number of variations on its journey from jack of the British Merchant Navy to 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 composite was replaced by the Canada Coat of Arms in 1922. The original composite is also referred to as the Vimy Ridge flag; it flew in Canada’s World War I birth-of-a-nation battle.
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