The Métis Flag was first used by Métis resistance fighters in Canada prior to the Battle of Seven Oaks in 1816. The flag is either blue or red with a white infinity symbol superimposed on top. The red represents the Métis who worked for the Hudson's Bay Company. The white infinity symbol on the flag represents the faith that the Métis culture shall live on forever. It can also be perceived as two conjoined circles,standing for the unity of two cultures
The red flag now stands as the provincial ensign for the Métis Nation of Alberta.
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