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200 sq mi (5660 km2 ) Where Nova Scotia (of which Prince was a part until 1769) has a flag proudly boasting Scottishness, this flag, adopted in 1964, has a stretched English lion above a large oak tree and three young ones; the large oak is for the united purpose of Canada and the UK. and the three saplings are for the three counties of the province. The border is in red and white, the colours of St George - yet another expression of Englishness. Edward Island Most of the remaining Inuit live in scattered settlements or reserves throughout Canada and display a Totem pole outside their homes to show rank and lineage.

200 sq mi (5660 km2 ) Where Nova Scotia (of which Prince was a part until 1769) has a flag proudly boasting Scottishness, this flag, adopted in 1964, has a stretched English lion above a large oak tree and three young ones; the large oak is for the united purpose of Canada and the UK. and the three saplings are for the three counties of the province. The border is in red and white, the colours of St George - yet another expression of Englishness. Edward Island Most of the remaining Inuit live in scattered settlements or reserves throughout Canada and display a Totem pole outside their homes to show rank and lineage.

The almost-finalized flag, without the star, was in use for a few months before being officially adopted on independence day, when the star was added. The colours are supposed to represent the blood shed by the rebels, the snow of the Andean peaks and the sky. flag's history it was that of a ) religions Economy: combined gas, minerals, textiles, cereals, sugar, tobacco, tea, wood, oil, fishing, coal, iron, minerals, machinery, chemicals, automobiles This flag was introduced in 1949 on the declaration of the People's Republic of China by the triumphant communists.

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