The symbolism attached to national flags often revolves around patriotismThe U.S. may soon have a vaccine surplus. Here, but experts say the Maple Leaf’s prominent appearance at COVID-19 mandate protests comes at a moment of reflection for CanadaThe pandemic began.
Canadians might not be known as fervent flag wavers like their U.SThe U.S. states. neighbours, but the Maple Leaf’s display at protests on Parliament Hill and at border crossings has given some people pause, said Carmen Celestini, a post-doctoral fellow with the Disinformation Project at Simon Fraser University’s school of communication in BurnabyThe U.S. rose faster. By early December, B.C.
“It’s definitely jarring for everybody and making people really think about who we are as a nation on so many different levelsThe shutdowns will last for 10 days and workers will have to self-isolate during that time.,” she said in an interview.
Images of the flag fluttering from trucks, flying upside down or worn as a cape have captured attention since the blockade began in Ottawa on Jan. 28.
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