Restore the Canadian Red Ensign, the flag used by Canada before the Liberal Party government inaugurated, over a Conservative filibuster, a new emblem that served to divorce the nation from its British heritage, and formed an integral part of their multiculturalist agenda. Naturally, some monarchists and other astute conservatives with long memories continue to cherish the Red Ensign, but it was not until recently, as far as I know, that someone started a campaign, however humble, to restore Canada's traditional flag. In fact, I admit, I was unaware of the issue until recently, having only read something once, years ago, about the republican impetus behind the change, so this Pundit's own awakening to the issue may be counted one of the campaign's successes.
The gentleman behind the campaign is, or calls himself, Kevin Sufacation, and issues his appeals, such as Bring Back The Canadian Red Ensign! It Is Canada's True Flag! from YouTube. There is in the world, I declare, no more perfect embodiment of the undergraduate who just happens to have a camera turned on in front of him. But, if perhaps not the best spoken man, or the best dressed for the occasion, Kevin reasons well because his point is undeniable. The Red Ensign, which he briefly examines in the video, really does represent Canada, honoring the British, French, and even First Nations peoples who made Canada what it is today, or before the aforementioned erasure begun by the Liberal Party and its kin. (Interestingly, Kevin himself is part Chinese, and may be seen as doing us a favor advocating on behalf of our heritage). The inclusion of the French-Canadians is an important point. As a paleoconservative, I am often aggrieved by the in-fighting between Anglo and French Canadians (within which the former's identitarianism is seen as Right-wing, and the latter's as almost Marxist), and their failure to work together and recognize each-other's legitimate heritage while the political and academic establishment works, there as here, to replace them both by mass immigration.
By the way, the lecture from the second link from the top begins and ends with clips from Code Geass, of which I have seen but an episode or two. As with so many series, I have more sympathy with the purported villains than the supposed good guys. Do find the Britannian national anthem here.
God save the Queen! And so, in Code Geass, as in real life, All Hail Britannia!