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The Ontario provincial flag was adopted on May 21, 1965. The Canadian Red Ensign is used with the Union Jack in the upper left hand corner and the Ontario shield of arms on the right side in the middle.
Photo: Ontario Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of Ontario was
granted by Royal Warrant of Queen Victoria on 26
The shield of arms - which appears on Ontario's flag and coat of arms - consists of three golden maple leaves, representing Canada, on a green background.
On the top is the Cross of St. George, the name saint of King George III, in allegiance to whom the Loyalists first came to the land that would form the province.