The flag of Quebec, called the Fleurdelisé, was adopted for the province by the
government of ... The desire of French Canadians in Quebec for a distinctive flag
was longstanding. Other flags t...
The origin of the provincial flag can be traced to France, which controlled vast
areas of North America during colonial times. Since at least the 12th century, ...
May 18, 2009 ... The flag of Québec, also called the Fleurdelisé, has some things in ... many
people believe the Québec flag is very closely derived from French symbols. ...
What the French Flag Colors Represent · What Does the French Flag ...
Dec 8, 2015 ... With the Treaty of Paris in 1763, the French King signed over New France to the
British ... The flag of Quebec is often called the “Fleurdelisé”.
Jun 24, 2015 ... Since “lis” is French for lily, the authorities assumed that the fleur-de-lis ... That's
why irises that resemble the fleur-de-lis are called flag irises: ...
Visit Québec and discover the people of Québec, their history, their language and
... on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River at a spot the Aboriginals called
Kébec. ... The Battle of the Plains of Abraham marked the defeat of the French
General ... Known as the Fleurdelisé, Québec's flag was flown for the first time
Aug 9, 2012 ... There are about 535.000 Francophone people in Ontario, and a flag ... at the
French-language Université de Sudbury (today called Université Laurentienne).
... Until 1948, French-Canadians in Quebec, New England, Ontario ...
Aug 9, 2012 ... not all francophones in Canada are in Quebec (though probably a majority of ... I
know that the French in Manitoba go way back in our history and played a ... or
the Quebec flag, but, as you might assume, the Franco-Manitoban flag. ... When
this mean in this day and age is that the only francophone groups ...
Jun 7, 2016 ... Variant Form on Federal buildings; "Polish" Quebec flag .... Acadians were never
historically called French-Canadians, even though they are .... flag with the fleur-
de-lys pointing toward the hoist and was wondering what was ...
The never-ending war of symbols between the feuding Quebec and Canadian ...
What's your symbol? ... a new people called the Québécois suddenly appeared
on the North American continent. Until the sixties, the people of Quebec divided
their loyalties between the Canadian nation and the French Canadian people.