You may resize the whole, intact image of B.C. flag, as long as the horizontal and vertical scales are maintained in the correct proportions (5 x 3). However, you cannot alter electronic images of the flag in any other way including condensing, expanding, re-arranging or distorting the image.Since when did the B.C. flag change to include the BC Liberal Caucus , its subliminal messaging via twitter.
The red triangle banner top right bottom left is ..... the BC Liberal Caucus and in between, instead of there being the BC Flag, its been replaced by "BC Liberal
The BC Liberal Party is using the B.C. Flag for commerical(s) purposes which is illegal, unless the BC Liberal Government has requested free use from the Protocol Office of the province.
Advertising and Commercial Purposes
The Trade Marks Act protects the National Flag of Canada and the flags of the provinces and territories against unauthorized use. Requests to use the Canadian flag in connection with business activities should be addressed to the Department of Canadian Heritage (attention: Canadian Identity Directorate). Requests to use the provincial or territorial flags should be addressed to the Protocol Office of the province or territory concerned. A flag should always be shown, represented or used in a dignified manner. It should not be defaced by way of printing or figures or masked by other objects, but displayed in a manner which may be described as aloft and free, in which all symbolic parts of the flag can be identified.
Anonymous Comment The Coal Mine
Take a good look at the image below. Notice the pretty colours and the majestic provincial flag.
Notice the government logo. Whoops! Not government logo… BC Liberal Caucus logo. (This is an important distinction.)
August 8, 2016 Canadian Coast Guard Announcement
"I want to thank Minister LeBlanc and the federal government for honouring their commitment to re-open the Kitsilano Coast Guard base.
Whether for work or play, the connection to our coastal waters is part of the fabric of who we are as British Columbians.
The Kitsilano Coast Guard base is an integral part of ensuring that these waters and those of us who use them are protected."
The Honourable Christy Clark, Premier of British Columbia
BC Liberal Caucus Twitter: August 8th
Who has been in our wallet since 2001?