What is The National Colors of Canada?
Red and White are The National Color of Canada. By proclaiming the Royal Arms of Canada, King George V in 1921 made red and white the official colors of Canada. The red color is a symbol of Canadian sacrifice during World Wars. It was taken from Saint George’s Cross. White is the symbol of peace and tranquility reflecting neutrality and impartiality of Canadians. It was taken from the French royal emblem.