Canadiana Flag

White Ensign Flag


The historic White Ensign (not to be confused with today’s Canadian Naval Ensign) consists of a white field with a red St. George’s cross and a Union Jack in the canton, and was flown by Canadian naval ships as ensign (stern or amidship flag) to the blue ensign’s jack (bow flag) from 1911 to 1965. While some some Commonwealth countries altered the ensign, adding country badges, removing the cross or replacing the Union Jack with a national flag in the canton, Canadian ships retained the original design.

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  • Constructed from Nylite 200, our most popular nylon designed to give your flag a bright and satin appearance
  • Digitally printed single-sided with an 80% colour penetration on the backside
  • Sewn with strong, UV resistant thread
  • Fly-end is reinforced with 4 rows of stitching for a durable construction
  • Flag finished with a thick white tape header
  • Flags made by following the Canadian Federal Government's CGSB guideline
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  • Made in Canada

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