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 Québec flag was the first of the provincial flags to be officially adopted in ...
The original flag flown in January 1948 was called the Carillon (the French word
[what's this?] Quebec Flag Meaning: The flag of Quebec is often called the "fleur-
de-lis" flag. The white cross originates from ancient royal flags of France.
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”.
The latter, called the Bannière de France displayed the fleurs-de-lis spread (
semé) over ... There is no record that the Bannière, itself, was ever used in what
is now ... The present flag of Quebec emerges from Champlain's flags if a fleur-de
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 ...
Aug 9, 2012 ... There are about 535.000 Francophone people in Ontario, and a flag for ... at the
French-language Université de Sudbury (today called Université ... Franco-
Ontarian flag in the 1950s, shortly after Quebec's flag was adopted.
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 ...
The French flag is often referred to as the tricolor in English or 'les couleurs' in
French. It consists of three vertical bands of different...
Apr 7, 2016 ... ... French presence in North America, has featured on the Québec flag .... this
reconciliation, which was called the “return of the fleurs-de-lys,” ...