Canada Flag Protocol - Etiquette for Displaying Flag

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FLAG ETIQUETTE FOR PROPERLY DISPLAYING THE FLAG:

No flag, banner or pennant should be flown or displayed above the Canadian Flag.

Flags flown together should be approximately the same size and flown from separate staffs at the same height.

The Canadian Flag should be given the place of honor when flown or displayed with other flags as indicated below.

When two or more than three flags are flown together, the Canadian Flag should be on the left as seen by spectators in front of the flags.

When three flags are flown together, the Canadian Flag should occupy the central position, with the next ranking flag to the left and third ranking to the right, as seen by spectators in front of the flags.

Where more than one flag is flown and it is impossible to hoist or lower at the same time, the Canadian Flag should be hoisted first and lowered last.

Please see our other pages on Flag Protocols for Canada!

 

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