Wednesday, 13 February 2013

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This is a photo of Canada's flag and its made up of peoples faces. I picked this image because it shows how all the people in Canada make what this country's identity is. It is also the Canadian flag that represents the countries freedom and peace.This photo is a great example of what Canada is known for, and that's the people who live here now and the people who have made a difference in the past. 


  1. Hi Carly,

    You have selected a great photo. I really think you make a good point that Canada's identity is made by the people who live in it. I never thought about focusing on the "common" people; I always seems to think about events or specific people.

    Thank you for remembering to include a title and a label.

    Mrs. Le

  2. This is a great topic to do but how does the flag show Canadas identity? All it is a maple leaf, maybe if there was a connection between the flag and something someone or something did would have made it a little better to have chosen this to be the identity... overall it was a great post :)

    1. The flag shows Canada's identity through the flag being the beginning of Canada becoming a country and that is significant because the flag is a representative of how we began and started as a country.

    2. I agree that the flag is representative of Canada today. Our current flag, though, didn't come into being until 1965, 98 years after Canada was "born". There was also a lot of controversy surrounding the flag's design, especially in Quebec.