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1 Symbols of Canada Canadian & World Politics

2 Symbols of Canada


4 Canadian Red (& Blue) Ensign

5 Royal Symbols in Canada

6 Each of the Lieutenant Governors of the Provinces have their own flags





11 Canadian Government Symbols

12 Canadian Coat of Arms Shield Ribbon Helm Mount Crest & Crown Supporters Motto desiderantes meliorem patriam a mari usque ad mare

13 Canada’s Coat of Arms 1904192119571994

14 Other Canadian Symbols

15 Royal Canadian Mounted Police

16 Government of Ontario Symbols

17 Other Ontario Symbols

18 Municipal Government Symbols

19 Political Party Symbols

20 Canadian Bills 2012-

21 Canadian Bills 2001-2012 Only 5 bills left!

22 1986-2001

23 1969-1986 No $1000 bill

24 1967 1954 1937 1935


26 Canadian Coins

27 Canadian Songs & Anthems O Canada! God Save the Queen Maple Leaf Forever Something to Sing About This Land is Your Land Ontari-ari-ari-o Ode to Newfoundland Vice Regal Salute Hockey Night in Canada

28 O Canada! O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot love in all thy sons command. With glowing hearts we see thee rise, The True North strong and free! From far and wide, O Canada, We stand on guard for thee. God keep our land glorious and free! O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.

29 God Save the Queen God save our gracious Queen! Long live our noble Queen! God save the Queen! Send her victorious, Happy and glorious, Long to reign over us, God save the Queen!

30 Maple Leaf Forever In Days of yore, from Britain's shore, Wolfe the dauntless hero came, And planted firm Britannia's flag, On Canada's fair domain. Here may it wave, our boast, our pride, And joined in love together, The thistle, shamrock, rose entwine, The Maple Leaf forever.

31 Maple Leaf Forever O, land of blue unending skies, Mountains strong and sparkling snow, A scent of freedom in the wind, O'er the emerald fields below. To thee we brought our hopes, our dreams, For thee we stand together, Our land of peace, where proudly flies, The Maple Leaf forever.

32 Something to Sing About I have walked 'cross the sand on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland, Lazed on the ridge of the Miramichi. Seen the waves tear and roar at the stone coast of Labrador, Watched them roll back to the great northern sea. From the Vancouver Island to the Alberta Highland, 'Cross the prairie, the Lakes to Ontario's towers. From the sound of Mount Royal's chimes out to the Maritimes, Something to sing about, this land of ours.

33 This Land is Your Land This land is your land, This land is my land, From Bonavista, to Vancouver Island From the Arctic Circle to the Great Lakes waters, This land was made for you and me.

34 Ontari-ari-ari-o Give us a place to stand And a place to grow, And call this land Ontario. A place to live For you and me, With hopes as high As the tallest tree. Give us a land of lakes And a land of snow, And we will build Ontario, A place to stand, A place to grow, Ontari-ari-ari-o.

35 Ode to Newfoundland When sun rays crown thy pine clad hills, And summer spreads her hand, When silvern voices tune thy rills, We love thee, smiling land. We love thee, we love thee, We love thee, smiling land. As loved our fathers, so we love, Where once they stood, we stand; Their prayer we raise to Heaven above, God guard thee, Newfoundland God guard thee, God guard thee, God guard thee, Newfoundland

36 Vice-Regal Salute The first six bars of the royal anthem, God Save The Queen, and a short version (the first four bars and the last four bars) of the national anthem, O Canada! Played for the Governor General and the Lieutenant Governors upon arrival at any event Words are not sung to the Vice-Regal Salute

37 Canada’s 2 nd National Anthem!

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