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by Dean McGee
I remember seeing this logo (again after the fact -- I was born in 1969),
it was a geometric maple leaf formed from a hexagram with the lowest point
replaced by a straight line (for the stem of the leaf). I recently saw an
image of this (in black & white) on one of those "50 years of
Canadian Television" retrospectives that have filled the CBC-TV
schedule. I have assumed that the background was red; there seemed to be some
text at the bottom, but the 1867 1967 is really just an educated guess.
Dean McGee, 10 October 2002
The centennial flag appears not only to be red but yellow, green, blue and
purple. Also the years 1867 and 1967 on the flag were positioned under the
Fred Young, 28 November 2004
More precisely, this was the flag of Expo 67, held in Montreal
in 1967, and after which the defunct Montreal Expos of the National League
(Baseball) were named (now the Washington Nationals).
Luc Baronian, 12 May 2005
Also, a quick note to say that I just saw the flag flying in West Saint
John on Friday morning, May 27 2005. It was the red version.
Luc Baronian, 30 May 2005