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Anglo-Quebec flags (Canada)

Last modified: 2013-06-29 by rob raeside
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Proposed Flag for Anglo-Quebec

[Proposed Flag for Anglo-Quebec] image by Ben Koorengevel

This flag is promoted on the website at as a flag for English-speaking people in Quebec. Other drafts and variants are shown on the website.
Ben Koorengevel

Anglo-Quebecker Identity Flag

[Proposed Flag for Anglo-Quebec] image located by Marc Pasquin, 7 January 2012

I came across by chance a mention of an Anglo-Quebecker Identity Flag online. This Facebook group appears to be promoting it:, but not being a member, I got very little information beside the design they use as an icon. I found a photograph on Wikipedia of an actual flag in-the-cloth:, but it is currently not linked to any page (not a good sign of its popularity). I finally found a classified ad calling for an anti-bill-101 (the basis of Quebec's linguistic legislations) demonstration:, which gave a meaning behind the design which I copy here:

"The red cross represents the Anglophone culture in the north, south, east and west Quebec. The central fleur-de-lys represents Quebec. The four red stars are the Anglo-Quebec people in all four corners of the province. The blue symbolizes the many waterways of Quebec."

I haven't found a creation date or designer for it and due to my absence from Quebec, I have no idea if the flag enjoy any sort of popularity within the English-speaking population although, based on the photography above, we know that at the very least a prototype was made.
Marc Pasquin, 7 January 2012