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Every weekday all five flags on Parliament Hill are changed. My dad signed me up to receive one of these flags when I was 10. I turn 21 this March and it finally came!

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I signed up a few years back. ETA 50 years. Just in time for me to die and be buried with it. So excited.

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I got in when the waiting list was only 40 years long. I’m so lucky.

I received mine over ten years ago. The waiting list was only a few years (max 5?) then. I was 18 when I got it, I think 12 when I signed up.

British Columbia
11 points · 5 months ago

Same. I think I signed up around 2000-2001ish, and got mine about 3 years later. I still have it in the envelope it came in, so I could probably see if there is a date on the postage to be sure.

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Mine is 46 years and I only applied a couple years ago. I guess it’s really spiked since then

People keep posting links to the request page on social media, so I’m not surprised.

I took the shortest list which was 34 years I think. 31 more to go!

I must have signed up right after it got very popular, because I signed up in 2015 and they gave me a delay of 42 years for one of the East or West flags.

I also signed up in 2015 and was told 34 years

8 points · 5 months ago

Signed up October 9, 2013 and was told 25 years. It's interesting how many more people sign up every year.

11 points · 5 months ago

I feel like the list gets years longer every time someone posts about it on reddit.

Someone should make a bot for this, a la Half-Life 3 bot

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How can you check? I forget when I signed up.

I went to the email account I used and searched "parliament".

25 points · 5 months ago

Just signed up. 84 years.

I just turned 21 today maybe I'll have a chance.

Just signed up 87 years. I’ll be dead.

2 points · 5 months ago

RemindMe! 81,000 years "What are you doing with your life? Also did you remember to get a free flag because the lineup now is one million years."

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I'm going to flag this thread. I'll check back in 83 years.

1 point · 5 months ago

I think it’s time they either put up more flag poles, or change every 6-8 hours.

And I wonder how many have been simply stuffed in a closet. Where are all these flags now...

1 point · 5 months ago

Just checked, it’s an eighty-two year wait for one off of the Peace Tower.

Nov 2017

This is to acknowledge receipt of your request for a flag that has flown from Parliament Hill in Ottawa. We confirm that the desired name has been added to the waiting list.

The estimated waiting times currently stand at 83 years for Peace Tower flags.

People like free shit.

How many people are gonna sign up and then move before it arrives and forget to give their new address?

Jeez. How often do you move? 83 years isn't THAT long.


The optimist in me hopes that they ask for your name and SIN so they can just look you up when the time comes.

Theres a near 0% chance anyone will get their flag otherwise.

I signed up, can confirm they don't ask for SIN. Just mailing address and email...

Well that is a shame. I hope you're able to ensure your grandchildren inhabit the same house as you in 90 years.

That, or there's going to be a lot of people unexpectedly receiving flags in 2100.

They reach out to you prior to it shipping to make sure

Source : have one

2 points · 5 months ago

Pretty sure you'll need to give the government your address after you move...

I can imagine many people forgetting that they signed up for a flag 20 years previously and then moving.

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17 points · 5 months ago

It used to be not bad, but every time this gets posted to Reddit, the wait time jumps up about ten years.

1 point · 5 months ago

We've bamboozled ourselves.

Can you pass your spot on to your children in a will?

"Kids, someday you'll get an email from the government to pick up my Peace Tower flag. I want you to check everyday after I'm gone."

3 points · 5 months ago · edited 5 months ago

Wow, I signed up for the peace tower flag when* I first started reddit in 2012 and the waitlist was at 35 years.

1 point · 5 months ago

I signed up for the Peace Tower flag in 2013, and I'll get it around 2051. It'll be a nice surprise for 55 year old me, I guess.

I think it was around 25-30 when I signed up... only 15-20 to go

Also, don't forget to contact them for a change of adress if you move.

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158 points · 5 months ago

I just signed my 8 year old son up. At a 74 year wait, he has the best chance of getting it. Now I just have to remember to update my address every time I move.

Most likely, unless you're young/healthy/lucky (or all of the above) you will be passed before he gets the flag so make sure he knows to change the address himself when he moved out of the house

almost a burden lol "I'm 81 fucking years old and moving to a retirement home, why do I have to update my address for a stupid flag my dad wanted?"

or to not be so pessimistic "What's this in the mail? A flag? DAD'S FLAG?" breaks down in tears

Signed up my 2 year old daughter.

Man when I’m 92 I’m going to be the happiest guy in Canada

14 points · 5 months ago

Congrats! I'm going to be 101.

18 points · 5 months ago

Probably not, mate. Probably not.

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2 points · 5 months ago

114 here! Gonna be the coolest monkey in the jungle!

Where did you sign up for this???

British Columbia
93 points · 5 months ago

There's a website. I signed up probably 10 years ago and it was a 35 year wait

Original Poster116 points · 5 months ago

Ya I just checked it, the estimated wait time now says 84-72 years depending on the flag. The estimations are pretty accurate since when my dad signed me up in 2007 the wait time was 11 years.

I’d be dead by the time either of those showed up

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84 years, they are likely to be dead as well.

1 point · 5 months ago

Pfft, not my future kids. They'll be robots by then.

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Don’t be so pessimistic. Eat right and you might make it to 200!

They know how many people are on the list and they know how many flags they mail out a day. Estimations should be pretty accurate. Plus or minus three weeks for shipping.

British Columbia
4 points · 5 months ago

Wow!!! Glad I got in when I did

Newfoundland and Labrador
1 point · 5 months ago

I signed up last year for a Peace Tower flag and it's a 80+ year wait list. I'll just leave it for my g-g-grand kids I guess.

1 point · 5 months ago · edited 5 months ago

Well considering 365 of these get sent out per year I am guessing, it makes sense. Even if there is like 10 flags flown each day, 3600 people per year isn't much.

Just looked, Peace Tower has 1 flag. So yeah, 365 people per year get it. Currently an 84 year wait list. 30600 and change people currently registered to get the flag. Not that many when you think about it.

Edit - Looks like the Peace Tower flag is only changed on weekdays, and not on stat holidays or poor weather conditions. It is also changed for half-masting. Not 365 people per year so:

260 + HalfMastDays - BadWeatherDays - WeekdayStatHolidays = PeaceFlagPeoplePerYear

The other 4 flags are "changed weekly and on days they are half-mast" so:

52 x 4 + HalfMastDays = "Other"FlagPeoplePerYear

It’s shorter for the flags from the east or west blocks I think? I signed up about ten years ago too and received mine like five years later.

British Columbia
3 points · 5 months ago

Wow that was really fast... I remember it being 25 years and 35 yeara

British Columbia
1 point · 5 months ago

33 years for me!

12 points · 5 months ago

Ministry of Public Services has an online form to fill out. Keep in mind that if you change your address, you have to send them an update.

Signed up my child. Thanks!

8 points · 5 months ago

"TIL 85 years ago I was signed up to get a Canadian flag from parliament"

Top comment "Just signed up, only 800 years for mine!"

No you don't. They verified my address before sending it. I had moved and they already had my updated address.

That's a career I want.

Where can i buy it? Same quality same size same everything?

32 points · 5 months ago

Quebec City flag manufacturer L'étendard supplies Parliament Hill with the Maple Leaf flags

Made in Canada.

Fait au Quebec.

38 points · 5 months ago

I get the reference

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10 points · 5 months ago

looks like the current supplier is

Scythes Inc. 128 Sterling Road Toronto Ontario M6R2B7 Canada

according to the link /u/thirdstrongestmole3 gave us.

182 points · 5 months ago

For those here wondering about the cost: 9 flags per week (5 Peace Tower flags & 4 additional flags) at $150/flag (as per this source) comes to about $70k. The actual number is likely a little less, since they skip stat holidays (even July 1st: since the Governor General visits Parliament Hill for the Canada Day celebrations, they fly the viceregal standard that day instead, which isn't given away).

Factor in the cost of shipping, & the pay of the flag master himself, and I'd be surprised if this even costs taxpayers $150k. In other words, 0.00005% of the government's total budget. Not exactly a fortune for something that's obviously pretty popular.

"every weekday all five flags...", So wouldn't this be 25 flags/week rather than 9? Nearly tripling the cost?

British Columbia
17 points · 5 months ago · edited 5 months ago

Every weekday, the designated flag master changes the Peace Tower flag, except on statutory holidays and during poor weather conditions. The flag is also changed for half-masting. The other Parliament Hill flags are changed weekly and on days that they are at half-mast.

So 9 total changes per week is correct (5 Peace Tower flag plus the other 4)

EDIT: Also noticed that the 4 flags are only 36% the size of the $150 Peace Tower flags, so I assume they're quite a bit cheaper

4 points · 5 months ago

Nope! It’s only the Peace Tower flag that’s changed every day. The other four are up all week.

They should give me 150k per year.

It's only 0.00005% of the federal budget and would be very popular around my condo.

31 points · 5 months ago

I think that’s a funding program reserved for people who get elected to the House of Commons.

2 points · 5 months ago


If i remember right i think there was a good reason they switched it out each day. probably just to keep it pristine.

11 points · 5 months ago

Still a ridiculous thing to spend money on. That money is better spent sending a few kids to school for free or starting community gardens

37 points · 5 months ago

Eh, I don’t think you’re wrong, in a strictly utilitarian sense, but I don’t really view government in strictly utilitarian terms. There’s a nation-building element to this as well. These flags fly above our central legislative buildings - in a way, the peace tower flag in particular symbolizes a place where the divisions that mark us as a federation (political, cultural, geographical) come together and debate the nation’s business under a single roof and a single flag. Following from that, the flag flying there should be a big deal, and it’s a reasonable thing to say it ought not be re-used.

And the fact it gets sent to a citizen somewhere in the country is a nice touch.

9 points · 5 months ago

But what if they replaced it every other day?

So 166 year waits for a flag instead of 83? Might as well just start throwing them out.

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4 points · 5 months ago

You can also invest the money in figuring out how to make flags that last more than a week.

1 point · 5 months ago

I mean flags can already last 90, we're just wasting them at this point.

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So culture means nothing to you

7 points · 5 months ago

You can do a lot more things with that money instead of changing a flag daily, that would normally last around 90 days.

8 points · 5 months ago

To whom is changing flags daily culturally significant?

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I dunno. Every 100k counts when you've got like 100 100ks

Great program. But at this point its basically dead. 83 year wait is essentially your entire life time. Well less because your old enough to be on reddit.

I could see them going to a Lotto system or something in the future. I mean, we might even have a new flag at that point.

I for one support our new robot overlords

I’m passing mine on to my grandkids...what a present that would be, imagine the wait in 83 years..

Unless your die beforehand, and so does your wife, the house is sold. The flag gets sent to the new occupiers who either return it, or keep it for themselves.

Great program. But at this point its basically dead.

Yup. I bet they could fix it by only accepting mailed requests.

5 points · 5 months ago

Or putting the price at $150. Price of the flag when purchased. Small price to pay for the pride it may bring some

4 points · 5 months ago

Oh hell, even $15 would shorten that like significantly. Better yet, dynamic pricing to keep the list at 10 years.

8 points · 5 months ago

No, we do not need surge pricing for something we already pay for through taxes...

Imagine surge pricing for other government services...

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18 points · 5 months ago

This is so cool. I'll probably never get one :(

114 points · 5 months ago

For everyone complaining about our current PM, or the Liberals who started this service for Canadians...

Take a look at the number of opportunities other parties in power have had to scratch this from the budget. No one has.

Maybe none of this is about who is in power, or who has made right or wrong choices.

Maybe this is about being proud of our country. Being able to hold onto a flag that flew above the buildings that govern it would be something to be pretty damn proud of as a real Canadian.

Instead, some of you just have to have something to bitch about.

Read the letter. Is that the kind of Canadian you are? Take a good, long, objective look at yourself. I bet the people complaining would be a bit scared of what they see.

If I didn't have to wait 70-some years, I'd be so honoured to be able to call one of those flags my own.

3 points · 5 months ago

If I didn't have to wait 70-some years, I'd be so honoured to be able to call one of those flags my own.

Perhaps someone should have noticed the delay getting stupid and done something about it? Even a small fee would give you all the pride and honor and be able to see it before you die. Not to mention that most people aren't going to remember to update their address before the 82 years is up.

At this point the program is useless. They might as well just throw out the requests.

What do you propose to 'do something about it'? Fly a thousand flags a day?

Nah man. Get a PO box, ensure it stays in the family and get it sent there. Imagine your Grandpa died and left you with something as cool as this. Sure, as an angsty teen you wouldn't appreciate it, but when you grew up, you'd be pretty stoked. (Maybe)

And if there is a 70 year wait, it's clearly not pointless and people DO care.

6 points · 5 months ago

It's free and online. Signing up for something that is free from your phone or computer doesn't show much care. Absolutely no risk for something that might not happen. It is slightly behind filling out those Home Depot receipt surveys because those will pay out sooner.

Charge $20 for it and you will quickly see how much people care. People willing to pay $20 now for something that might not happen for 80 years are people that care a lot more. They will track it and change their address and count down the days until they receive it.

Right now there are people on that list that don't even remember signing up.

OP wasn't even aware they were signed up (as far as I know) and look how excited they are.

And lets be real, $20 wont stop anything. Putting a price on the symbol of your nation would be SO tacky, and people would just go buy a flag at the... I dunno... flag store (where ever that is)

I just feel it's a kind gesture from the government that is routinely in the top countries to live in.

I'm not going to take this discussion any further. If you don't like it, that's fine. No one has forced you to sign up and wait. I don't feel like there is much reason to be mad about that.

1 point · 5 months ago

And lets be real, $20 wont stop anything. Putting a price on the symbol of your nation would be SO tacky, and people would just go buy a flag at the... I dunno... flag store (where ever that is)

Not tacky at all. Even if they just charged you approximately what the shipping would cost would be a perfectly reasonable fee and I predict would eliminate a HUGE part of the list.

Anyone who would scoff at the $20 to own an official flag from Parliament Hill and go buy a dollar store flag instead is exactly the sort of person who shouldn't be getting one. Worse yet, there are people on that list who wouldn't even buy a flag at a dollar store instead and might just as soon put it in a closet and throw it out one day. Is that the sort of person you want ahead of you?

I don't feel like there is much reason to be mad about that.

I'm not mad. I'm trying to figure out a way to improve the service. For people like you who would really like a flag it is unfortunate that you won't ever be able to get one.

I don't have a flag pole and I have no where to fly it and I'm not likely going to hang it on the wall, but I could sign up for one because free. If there was a chance that I could receive it I might have signed up when it was only a few years and then it would have sat in my closet for years before being thrown out. I am not the sort of person you should want getting these flags.

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Hey, Carla Qualtrough! She’s my MP as well! :) I emailed her office a few months back to ask for Canadian flag lapel pins to bring on a trip abroad. They delivered, and now I have bags of them, lol.

What exactly did you say in your email, and around how long did it take for them to mail you the pins? I’m asking since my mom is going overseas in the middle of march and I think my relatives would love some pins :)

My email basically just read “I’m going abroad in a few weeks and was wondering if I could get some lapel pins for my family and whoever we meet, is that possible?” The person we were communicating with was lovely and replied the next day. We had a quick correspondence about pickup, and soon after we dropped by the office to grab them!

2 points · 5 months ago

Honestly I'd love to do this but I am already abroad

Wow, that’s amazing! May I ask how many you were given? All my parents old friends and relatives are overseas Also, thank you for your reply!

I believe I received three of those really little ziploc bags, with probably about twenty pins each, so ~60 overall? I was blown away with how many I got, but I imagine they have tonsss.

And no worries! Happy to help :)

Oh my god this is perfect! thank you very much :) have a nice day!

Ok I have priced out pins, and 60 is super generous. That is awesome!

Yeah! She also gave me a couple of small Canadian flags, as well. It’s a real neat program to have :)

I signed up in December and was told the wait was 72 years.

Sorry but man is this bohunk. I wrote a letter in the mid 90's (still have the reply somewhere) asking for a flag when I heard about the program. Never got one, just the response letter saying I was in the queue. Still have that mailing address, still waiting. I was a very excited youngster, now I am a disgruntled old man. Lol

Congrats to you, my envy knows no bounds on this one!

Outside Canada
5 points · 5 months ago

/r/vexillology might like this

GOD I love this country!

Nice just signed up! I'm 28 and will probably get it when I'm 103. I'll update everyone on when I get it!

!remindme 75 years

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I did 74 years so I get mine a year before you and can reap the karma.

I signed up in 2005 or something after they mentioned it on a CBC Canada Day broadcast and received a flag in 2008. It was from the west parliament building so it had a shorter list. It was signed by Rona Ambrose which is sorta cool.

There’s gotta be some flags sent back, right? Like if someone doesn’t live at that address or have that PO box anymore.

Maybe my wait time will go down from 107, to 106!!

3 points · 5 months ago

It's not the most environmentally conscious nor fiscally sound program ... oh wait, it's the government. Enjoy your flag. You'll no doubt get more use out of than the feds did. ;)

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5 points · 5 months ago
British Columbia
5 points · 5 months ago

You can let them know your change of address and they'll update it

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2 points · 5 months ago

Signed my 3 month old daughter up for one! Now to bookmark and add to my list of places to update address with every time we move.

7 points · 5 months ago

geezus.. 260 (give or take) flags a year x 5 poles...

anyone want to make an assumption on a bulk govt contract on flag purchasing? i assume this is in some open data set somewhere already but ive no clue where that would be.

Correction: It's only the peace tower flag that gets changed every weekday. The other 4 get changed once a week. Still though... 9 flags a week!

Edit: 9 * 52 weeks = 468 flags.

2 points · 5 months ago

yeah wow.

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I'm sure the data has been flagged for any audits the government may want to do.

I see what you did there


not sure im reading that right but 100k a year for 5 years?

Requirement: To provide Canadian Heritage with Outdoor National Flag of Canada (90 cm x 180 cm) in accordance with the Canadian Standards Board (CGSB) Standard CAN/CGSB-98.1-2011.

Quantity (Delivery in Ottawa, Ontario): Item 1: A firm quantity of 5,525 units to be delivered before March 28, 2014.

Item 2 (Option 1): An estimated quantity of 27,500 units. The option may be exercised before March 31, 2015.

Item 3 (Option 2): An estimated quantity of 27,500 units. The option may be exercised before March 31, 2016.

Item 4 (Option 3): An estimated quantity of 27,500 units. The option may be exercised before March 31, 2017.

Item 5 (Option 4): An estimated quantity of 27,500 units. The option may be exercised before March 31, 2018.

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Just signed up. Ill be getting mine at the ripe age of 108. I always get excited about waiting for packages in the mail. Of course I lose this excitement when I'm not expecting anything. Now I will have something to wait for and be excited about for the rest of my life. How great.

Edit/ I am female, and most females in my family seem to make it to 100. So hopefully I can push another 8 years.

!remind me 84 years

I'll be 111 years old when I get mine, can't wait!

Lest We Forget
2 points · 5 months ago

I ordered one a few years ago too - there was a 25 year wait, so 20 more years to go.

What happens if you change addresses during the wait time? Is there a way to notify them?

Yes, you are supposed to notify them if you move.

2 points · 5 months ago

Yea, I just signed up for the one that has the most frequent flag changing and it's up to 76 years.

Shit, I was there in like 1997, why didn't I sign up?

2 points · 5 months ago

How do I sign my kid up

My dad was the guy who changed those flags everyday a few years back

British Columbia
2 points · 5 months ago

How can I become that guy. I would be honoured to get to change the flags for ourbparkiament building. You wouldn't even have to pay me.

He was the maintenance guy (not sure what his official title was) for parliament hill's facilities. He told me about a time when there was someone important visiting and he went up to change the flag that morning. When he opened up the hatch at the top of the peace tower he just got instantly grilled by a bunch of guys in all black with sniper rifles.

My mother works for the flag initiative. She folds them, packs them and sends them out. The wait time is ridiculous, it's funny hearing how disgruntled some people can be about it.

2 points · 5 months ago

i signed up for one and it’s supposed to come in around 67 years

2 points · 5 months ago

I signed up for my son. 72 years. Maybe he'll have kids to collect it.

British Columbia
1 point · 5 months ago

I should get mine in 33 years

I signed up in 2012 and the wait time was 23 years

Just signed up to get one of the other flags, I'll be 102 when it arrives! I thought 84 years was a little long to wait, I doubt I'd remember requesting it at 114 years old.

Aww man, I want to get man but there's a 80 year wait :(, mabye for my future kids

1 point · 5 months ago

April 1st, 2014. 31 years estimate. 27 years to go.

I signed last year and I have to wait for 42 years!

Us too. When it came we were so curious what was in the package. It is enormous and comes out every Canada Day.

I know someone with one of these flags in the basement. Call me lazy, but it seems like a huge effort to find something else to do with one of these flags. They are HUGE.

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1 point · 5 months ago

omg that's amazing! congrats buddy

1 point · 5 months ago

I think I've got 30ish years to go

Where and how do you get this?

this is the stuff of legend in high school social studies classes across the country, gg

British Columbia
1 point · 5 months ago

Where can I buy a flag exactly like this? Same dimensions and material.

1 point · 5 months ago

Woah that's cool that they do that. Do they only do it strictly with parliament flags or other buildings too? I imagine the other buildings don't get changed as often though.

Forget the flag. I want to apply for the job to box up the flags every week and send them to you guys. Talk about job security!

Just signed up for a flag in 2008.

What is the quality like if they need to last only a week?

For anyone who has one ...

Have you found a great way to frame it, yet.

The flag is so large I can't see myself flying it at my house but a nice frame with the letter sounds perfect

Any tips / suggestions ?

1 point · 5 months ago

I signed up a few years ago. I hope i get one someday!

My family signed up 12 years ago. We're going to get it in 15-20 or so. Super cool eh

1 point · 5 months ago

My mom signed me and my sister up when the waiting list was 37 years, about 8 years ago

Back in 2004 I signed up and it was a 10 year wait! Got mine it's huge!

The reason the wait jumped so much in the last year is either CBC or global posted an article about things to do for free for Canada day. One of which was get a free flag with the link to sign up. I signed up for mine when I saw the article. I went with the smaller flag and the wait is about 50 years

How have I never heard of this?

1 point · 5 months ago

Parliament hill, keeping at least one flag making company in business since 1867.

Lest We Forget
1 point · 5 months ago

And it flew on my real life cake day so it's even extra awesome. ;)

Grats to you but seriously, What a waste of money.

Yeah, it's pretty cool. I signed up back in the late 90's when I heard about it in a high school class.

Got the Peace Tower flag in 2005, so it wasn't such a long wait back then.

The nice part was that the flag flew on my mom's last birthday before she died.

Now I just need a gigantic flagpole in my tiny backyard to fly it! It's been sitting in a container in my basement for years...

Part of the wait time comes from the fact that a lot of those flags are being given to military personnel for one reason or another.

A retiring member of the military is always asked if they would like a flag, and can specify Peace Tower, East or West Block. However they do not jump in line ahead of anyone, the normal waiting time applies.

Ah, you learn something new every day. Thanks for the clarification!

Signed my daughter up, 84 years and she's 6, hopefully she'll be around to accept it...and remember to update her address!

dude i want one now

Got mine 5 years ago! She's a beaut. Think I waited only 6 years- nuts how the demand has skyrocketed. Patriotism is at it's peak!

500 internal server error /s

Approximate waiting period (as of September 6, 2017) ; 84 years for Peace flag, 72 years for other Parliamentary flags

Why are these flags changed everysingle day? Cant they reuse then and waste less fabric?

A friend of mine signed up after a school trip. 11 years later he got it and put it on a windmill. It looked a lot smaller up there. The Star wrote about it.

Welcome to the club man. Id have to recheck my flag but it was from the peace tower on remembrance week (i think remembrance day) of the year of the veteran.

Do you plan on displaying it or stashing it away to pass on?

If the wait time is 70+ years now, why not turn the program into a national raffle or lottery? That way everyone has a roughly equal chance of receiving a piece of history. Only problem is that turning the Canadian flag into a prize seems a bit demeaning.

Then again, Canadians like waiting in lines for stuff.

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