Request a flag online (new request)
To be added to the waiting list for a flag, complete the form below or provide us with the requested information by mail, email or fax.
- Consult the flag specifications and waiting periods.
- Due to high demand, we can only donate one flag per household. Additional requests will not be processed.
- Flags are only donated to Canadian residents.
|Flag type||Approximate size||Pole height requirement||Approximate waiting period|
|Peace Tower flag||2.3 m x 4.6 m
(7.5 ft x 15 ft)
|13.7 m to 15.2 m
(45 ft to 50 ft)
|The waiting period for both Peace Tower and other Parliament Hill flags exceeds 100 years|
|Other Parliament Hill flags||1.35 m x 2.7 m
(4.5 ft x 9 ft)
|9.1 m to 10.7 m
(30 ft to 35 ft)
Other ways to request a flag
If you prefer to mail, email or fax your request, please provide all of the following information:
- your first and last name
- your mailing address, including street address, city, province or territory and postal code
- your telephone number with area code
- your email address
- your choice of flag
- Mailing address:
- Office of the Minister
Public Services and Procurement Canada
Portage III 18A1
11 Laurier St
Gatineau QC K1A 0S5
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