Unity Flag story in
"History of TRCF"
Site pg. 4.
The Ottawa Sun
July 1, 1995.
Sandbanks Provincial Park
Quinte's Isle, Ontario
Summers of 1996 and 1998.
Unity Flag's first St. Patrick's Day Parade
Montréal Québec. March 19, 1995.
With a difference.
Blue stripes symbolize French.
The Gazette Oct. 3, 1996.
Jerry Pangborn holds a Canadian flag with two blue stripes, representing French-speaking Canadians. Another flag flies in the backyard of his Lachine home.
See "History of TRCF"
Newspaper Articles. Site Pg. 4.
HWY. 20 Unity/Duality Flag.
Many photos have been taken of the Unity/Duality Flag, whether it be in
parades, on Parliament Hill or even skating on the Rideau Canal.
Any copy of these photos would be greatly appreciated. Please send them to the P.O. Box in Ottawa and advise us by email. Thanks.
Beaucoup de photos du drapeau pour l'unité et la dualité ont été prises, que ça soit
dans les parades, sur la colline parlementaire ou même en patinant le
canal Rideau. Une copie de n'importe lesquelles de ces photos serait bien appréciée. S.v.p. envoyez-les à la boîte postale à Ottawa et envoyez-nous un message par courriel. Merci.
The 175th. St. Patrick's Day Parade, March 14, 1999
The hugh 15 foot Unity/Duality Flag soared above St. Catherine St.
Montreal, before 500,000 spectators. The banner below the flag reads "French and English together .. Anglophones et francophones ensemble".
Photo courtesy of / courtoisie de: André Bergeron, Timmins, On.
Parliament Hill, Ottawa July 1, 1999 Canada Day.
Noon ceremony televised nationwide. Hosted by Julie Payette, Canada's latest astronaut just returned from her shuttle mission in space, and Anthony Sherwood, actor and performer.
Tribute to Julie Payette by Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, Governor-General Romeo Leblanc and Heritage Minister Sheila Copps.
On May 31, 2000 a Unity Flag bears the No. 9 in tribute to the great Maurice Richard during his funeral at Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal.
The "Rocket" was the pride, courage and heart of French Canada.
See archives in the Ottawa Citizen:
"The Rocket: A hero for a nation".
The No. 9 Unity Flag in preparation
for the Canada Day ceremonies on
Parliament Hill, Ottawa.
July 1, 2000.
Ottawa area high school students visiting Parliament Hill, Oct. 6, 2001, hoisting the huge
In the foreground is the Centennial Flame.