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image contributed by Aleksandar Nemet, 21 July 2010
"The Anglo Flag was developed by members of the Society. The crosses of St. Andrew and St. George make up the background of the Flag but the red bars coming from each of the corners and joining in the middle beneath the Maple Leaf represent the four corners of New Brunswick uniting for the good of the province and nation. The Maple Leaf in the centre represents the fact that first and foremost we are Canadian. The Lion in the centre of the Maple Leaf represents the English language and culture. All of the parts together are the Anglo Flag."
"The Anglo Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and protection of the English language and culture in the province of New Brunswick. It attempts, through the power of the citizens, to reestablish the connection between the daily lives of the people and their heritage."
And here are links with photos of a flag:
Aleksandar Nemet, 21 July 2010