Interesting Facts about National Flag Day. Full text description provided below.

Interesting Facts about National Flag of Canada Day, July However; today, Sunday, February is the Fiftieth Anniversary of the birth of our Canadian flag!

How the Canadian Provinces and Territories Got Their Names | Mental Floss

How the Canadian Provinces and Territories Got Their Names

"How the Canadian Provinces and Territories Got Their Names" from Mental Floss - This could be a fun article for some of you. I, for one, didn't know where exactly my province's name came from until reading this, although I guessed its linguistic origin e

FREE ROMAN NUMERAL POSTER FOR YOUR CLASSROOM — Edgalaxy

FREE ROMAN NUMERAL POSTER FOR YOUR CLASSROOM

Roman numerals were the accepted numerical system of the ancient world for a longer period of time than our current 0 - 9 Hindu Arabic numerical sy.

Interesting Facts about National Flag of Canada Day, July 01. However; today, Sunday, February 15, 2015, is the Fiftieth Anniversary of the birth of our Canadian flag!

Interesting Facts about National Flag of Canada Day, July However; today, Sunday, February is the Fiftieth Anniversary of the birth of our Canadian flag!

Components of a coat of arms - The Coat of Arms of the Town of Penhold, Alberta

'Heraldry is the practice of devising, granting, displaying, describing, and recording coats of arms and heraldic badges.' This explanation of heraldry and badges of coat of arms is great.

British Columbia's motto is chalk full of symbolism and Latin. This coat of arms has been a work in progress with King Edward VII proposing the coat of arms in 1906, however, Queen Elizabeth granted the final touches in 1987. Splendor sine occasu are not just three words but a sentence meaning, "Splendor without diminishment."

British Columbia's motto is chalk full of symbolism and Latin.

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